Our Chief Research Advisor writes ‘groundbreaking’ paper

Our Chief Science Advisor Prof Peter Horton selected by Springer Nature for groundbreaking paper. 

Springer Nature has chosen the papers from 2017 that could impact society’s most pressing problems. And our Peter Horton’s paper on sustainable food was one of those hailed by Springer as groundbreaking.

We need radical change in how we produce and consume food

Peter Horton was chosen by Springer for his paper, We need radical change in how we produce and consume food. The paper looks at global food security. It discusses the need for a radical change in the way we produce and consume food. Without such change we can’t deliver a sustainable and just global agri-food system.

More about our work with Springer

6 Grantham Scholars have written chapters in Springer’s Encyclopedia of the UN SDGs. To find out more follow the links below.

Martin Appleby reviews current research on using light-activated compounds in water purification. Here’s a link to find out more: 4th Grantham Scholar in Springer’s Encyclopedia of the UN SDGs.

Maria del Carmen Redondo Bermudez wrote about plant-based approaches to air pollution. If you want to know more, read: Plants, Ambient Air Quality, and Human Health.

Nicole Kennard wrote 2 chapters, both for Volume 2: Zero Hunger. Find out more: Grantham Scholar published in Springer’s Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

George Asiamah is in the No Poverty volume. There’s more info here: Pro-Poor Development Strategies chapter from Grantham Scholar published by Springer.

Manasi Mulay published  a chapter called ‘TiO2 Photocatalysts for Degradation of Micropollutants in Water’.

Finally, Vibhuti Patel wrote about the ethics of food production and consumption.