Local food supplies could prevent empty shelves after pandemic – The University of Sheffield

University of Sheffield academics to investigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on local food suppliers University of Sheffield academics to investigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on local food suppliers Team of experts will make recommendations to government on how more local production could improve long-term UK food security Initial findings expected in […]

Climate change could make diseases like COVID-19 passing from animals to humans more likely – University of Kent

The climate and biodiversity crises are presenting unprecedented global health risks that need to be urgently addressed, argue conservationists including Dr Charlie Gardner from Kent’s Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE). However, they warn that the economic impacts of COVID-19 may reduce society’s willingness to tackle environmental issues, increasing the risk of future pandemics. […]

COVID-19 in the Congo Basin – University of Wolverhampton

A team of academics from the University of Wolverhampton has focused its efforts on raising awareness of COVID-19 across the Congo Basin by diverting funding to help countries affected by the pandemic. The Centre for International Development and Training (CIDT) at the University is a leading specialist for capacity strengthening services for international development agencies, […]

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