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Lockdowns have cleared the skies, but the capital’s air remains dirty and damaging to our health. Nicola Slawson considers the lessons from a project launched last January to look for solutions
We often think of dirty air in terms of busy roads and exhaust fumes but some of the most immediate dangers are found within our four walls. Here Nicola Slawson explains how many of them are caused by cleaning products and sealed windows
Don’t let air pollution stop you exercising outdoors in the city - choose parks or backstreets
The fashion industry needs to become more sustainable – here’s how scientists are tackling that problem
Learn how to never lose at noughts and crosses – and how that helps you understand AI
We’re focusing on ecology and natural sciences as we discover the natural world around us
We don’t need new stuff - we need to use what we have more creatively, says Fanfare founder Esther Knight
Making small changes to your existing job can have a big impact on how happy you are, as Helen Tupper and Sarah Ellis explain
Make a work area at home with these helpful tips
Freight transportation is a big polluter – here's how it might change by 2030
Countries in the EV fast lane show Britain the way forward
Sales of electric vehicles are growing – but do you need your own?
The number of eBikes sold in the UK is rising – but is everyone onboard?
Could your next car be electric? Last month, we challenged Lucy Tobin to swap her usual car for the new Nissan Leaf e+
More drivers have been switching to electric. Here’s how the capital’s charging network has expanded
As more electric models become available, there are fewer reasons to hold back on switching to a more environmentally friendly mode of transport
Meet Lucrezia Del Zompo, who is studying AI at Queen Mary University of London as part of an apprenticeship
Nick Dunn tells us about his work tracking sharks and rays using environmental DNA
Mollie Gupta, an ecologist with WWF, tells us about her job and her choices at school and university
The new extended ultra low emissions zone comes in next year. Nicola Slawson hears from people who will be affected
More of us are cycling around the city — but will that continue as we return to the office?
Schools are trying to reduce the impact of dirty air on children’s health by temporarily closing streets to cars
If you’re trying to break into the theatre industry, find out how the fund could help you
Theatrical heavyweights Helen McCrory, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Kwame Kwei-Armah are among the panellists for the Future Theatre Fund
Eco-systems are essential for a healthy world. Can you help protect them?
Not all health problems are immediately obvious
A self-working card trick is based on the same principles as a computer algorithm. We explain why
The Juice mission may help us get a better understanding of whether life might be able to form on Ganymede, Callisto or Europa
Michele Dougherty, principal investigator for the European Space Agency’s 'Juice' mission, explains what her team is looking for
As part of our The STEM Project, we are learning about role models, past and present. Here, we find out about a very talented pilot
Air conditioning. Need we go on?
Pollution can be particularly dangerous for people with breathing problems. That’s why charities are campaigning to change the law
A recent report found dirty air can impact every human cell
Home deliveries by van can mean increased emissions – might pedal power offer an answer?