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With an ailing coal industry Poland is turning to renewable energy. Recent renewable developments - from wind farms to electric buses are growing in popularity, and could also boost the country's economy. However, there are warnings this may not be quite enough to tackle environmental damage.
Our head of overseas operations, Sam Udelman, shares three key lessons for cross-cultural collaboration, from staying flexible to breaking down your own biases.
A quick catch up on our 2020 journey so far and the next steps for our online platform. From crowdfunding, to setting up in Mexico, to relaunching our blog 2020 has been busy for the CCell team, that’s why we’re reaching out to amplify marginalised voices in science.
How we and other compaines work towards a fairer more sustainable world using the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The intricately timed spawning events of several coral species may be getting more erratic, serving as an early warning system for their possible decline.
A recent report by the Global Commission on Adaptation calls for revolutions in understanding, planning and finance to accelerate adaptation for crucial systems within our world to help combat the climate crisis.
Scientists have discovered up to 30 species of Coral that have adapted to live in climates harsher than 2100 ocean predictions.
CCell is setting up a page to help fund relief work for those affected by Hurricane Dorian.