Martijn Duineveld: ‘Serious investments are currently being made in fossil fuel infrastructure projects such as the transportation of Co2 out to sea. That way you restrict the possibilities for saying goodbye to that fossil industry.'The photo shows the first drilling for Co2 storage under the North Sea, near the sea wall on the Maasvlakte (15 April 2024). Photo PorthosCO2

Collective researches climate obstructors

Research network that Martijn Duineveld belongs to, aims to expose the mechanisms at work.

The Facts: vegan nitrogen emissions

Is it true that veganism increases the nitrogen issues?

Caring about the climate

Environmental Systems Specialist Rik Leemans says goodbye.

[The Proposition] ‘Change in attitude regarding the environment starts with the education of the youngest generations.’

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Run4Climate runners win in Wageningen sports election

‘The mayor wanted to buy a shirt with climate stripes.’

‘The outcome of this COP is disappointing’

But there are also some positive results, says researcher Max van Deursen.

Biodiversity: the dragonfly as indicator

Between 1990 and 2015, more than half of the species of dragonflies…
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The Meteorology and Air Quality group cycled a section of an imaginary…
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Five times fewer people in climate danger zone through compliance with Paris Agreement

Professor Marten Scheffer hopes for a ‘turnaround in how we think about…

New IPCC report: sleepless nights?

Is the alarming IPCC report keeping students awake at night?