Nutrient credit trading: a way to curb nitrogen and phosphorus pollution and the expansion of oceanic dead zones

By Faye Palmer, GLOBUS Correspondent What are dead zones? Dead zones are anoxic areas of water that cannot sustain biodiversity. They occur naturally, but there is increasing concern that anthropogenic activities are accelerating their growth. Nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers are primarily responsible for dead zone expansion as they cause eutrophication – they overload the water with nutrients. Due... Continue Reading →

Interview: Prof. Cathia Jenainati

Professor Cathia Jenainati is the Head of the School for Cross-Faculty Studies, as well as the Academic Director for the Global Sustainable Development and Liberal Arts degree programmes. As an integral, driving force behind the programmes, GLOBUS' Digital Media Team sat down with her to explore her own history, that of the School, and to... Continue Reading →

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