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Project sunlight: Creating the right climate for growth

The Grantham Annual Lecture 2014 was delivered by Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever

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Climate change and global food security

A Grantham Special Lecture by Professor Martin Parry, Grantham Institute and Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London

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News: losing appetite and cutting fertilisers

Gastric bypass surgery has surprising effects on the brain and Imperial researchers contemplate how to help crops thrive without nitrogen fertiliser. (Extract 1 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 28 August 2013)

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While you were seeping

Nitrates from fertilisers used decades ago are polluting our water supply â and itâs all because of how slowly water passes through chalk, according to Dr Adrian Butler. (Extract 3 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 20 March 2013)

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Q&A with John MacArthur, VP CO2 Policy, Shell

Listen to an exclusive chat with Shell's John MacArthur about his career and current role at Shell, as well as his thoughts on future energy security.

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