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University of Strathclyde Student Projects

By Chris Eccles, Seawater Solutions Project Coordinator (Africa) Recently you may have noticed some different information coming out the Seawater Solutions media channels from what we normally have. That’s because this year we were lucky enough to participate in a class run by the University of Strathclyde Engineering department which brings students and industry partners …

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Managing for Carbon Sequestration Alongside Wetland Farming

By Hilary Blackman, MSc Environmental Engineering student at University of Strathclyde Hello, Hilary here! As part of a collaboration with industry between the University of Strathclyde and Seawater Solutions, I had the opportunity to study the management and creation of wetlands as places for carbon sequestration and accreditation. The project matched well with my previous …

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Nature-based Solutions to Combat the Consequences of Climate Change

By Andrew Ormiston, MSc Sustainability and Environmental student at University of Strathclyde My name is Andrew Ormiston, and I’m a student at the University of Strathclyde studying the MSc Sustainability and Environmental Studies course. I’m particularly interested in the monitoring and modelling of the natural environment, and the development of nature-based solutions to combat the …

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Wetland-Generated Carbon Credits and the Voluntary Carbon Market

By Lorna Clark, MSc Sustainability and Environmental student at University of Strathclyde I am Lorna Clark and I am currently studying an MSc in Sustainability and Environmental Science at the University of Strathclyde. My specific areas of interest are in developing sustainable solutions to tackle climate change and biodiversity loss. As part of the Collaboration …

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