Environment

Produced bi-annually, International Innovation Environment focuses on European based research that explores and examines current global environmental issues. Research areas covered will include predicting changes in climate, ecological conditions, earth and ocean systems; tools and technologies for monitoring, prevention and mitigation of environmental pressures and risks including health risks and sustainability of the natural and man-made environment.

As an official media associate of the Sustainable Energy Europe Campaign and as a media partner to Green Week, both run by the European Commission, Research Media is able to cover the most important issues within the commission’s campaigns through this unique journal

With a strong bias toward international collaboration, this publication provides exclusive articles and unbiased interviews with leading political, research and NGO figures in climate and the environment.

Produced in physical and digital format, the publication runs to an average of 100 pages and has an extensive global readership ensuring reach to the wider environment and climate stakeholders. It also offers unique opportunity to connect engage with prospective project collaborators, end users and stakeholders.

A call for papers on the blue economy

The Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics has issued a call for papers, providing marine researchers with an unprecedented opportunity to showcase important work...

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World Population Day 2014

This year’s World Population Day, on Friday 11 July, will be focused on supporting and investing in young people.   On 11 July every year, the United Nations...

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Ray Cas, President, International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior (IAVCEI)  

Volcanoes are an inevitable hazard for life on a hot planet. IAVCEI President Ray Cas explains to International Innovation the challenges of a career in volcanology...

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Ana Toni, Board Chair, Greenpeace

With environmental issues still high on the agenda, International Innovation investigates how Greenpeace’s Science Unit is acting to bring about lasting change Could...

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Taking stock

Overexploited, overtaxed and overstretched: a point of no return for the world’s oceanic fish stocks is rapidly approaching. International Innovation puts this...

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Janez Potočnik, European Commissioner for the Environment

Commissioner Potočnik delivered the opening address at the Healthy Oceans – Productive Ecosystems conference on 3-4 March this year. International Innovation...

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Maria Damanaki, Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries

Since taking on her current role, Commissioner Maria Damanaki has proved unremitting in her efforts to promote an integrated approach to all maritime policies. Her...

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Elizabeth McLanahan, Director of the Office of International Affairs and Senior Advisor, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

With emphasis on humankind’s inextricable link to the environment, Director of the Office of International Affairs and Senior Advisor to the NOAA Administrator, Elizabeth...

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Ghassem R Asrar, Director of the Joint Global Change Research Institute

Based at the University of Maryland, College Park, JGCRI houses an interdisciplinary team dedicated to understanding drivers of global climate change and their potential...

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Paola Deda, Section Chief, Joint UNECE/FAO Forestry and Timber Section

Monitoring over 40 per cent of the world’s forests, the Joint UNECE/FAO Forestry and Timber Section is well placed to respond to threats posed to these crucial...

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