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In this episode we discuss the future of geothermal energy in the UK with Corinna Abesser, Gareth Farr and David Boon.
Carbon capture, usage and storage will play a significant role in the UK achieving national emissions reduction targets
The UK Geoenergy Observatory will allow scientists to better understand the processes and impacts of using warm water underneath UK cities as a sustainable heat source
This new instrument will be used to characterise the geochemistry of microscopic, solid-rock materials.
From food security to mitigating geohazard risks, environmental understanding is essential for mitigation and resilience in a changing climate.
Virtual field reconnaissance can help maintain research momentum during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Increasing the amount of renewable energy that generates clean electricity will require a transition from natural gas to hydrogen and to store heat/cool in rocks.