Sheffield Links : Science and Environment

  • 25th June 2007: Sheffield Floods

    A selection of photographs from the Sheaf Valley.

    www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2007/06/374549.html

  • Sheffield Environment Weeks

    Gives people living and working in the Sheffield area an opportunity to take part in a festival celebrating the efforts of ordinary people doing their bit. News, events, constitution, and get involved.

    www.sheffieldenvironment.org/

  • The Star: Readers Flood Pictures and Video

    Pictures and videos of the flood including Chapeltown and Meadowhall.

    www.thestar.co.uk/news?articleid=2960040

  • Groundwork Sheffield

    An environmental trust supporting the sustainable development of Sheffield's environment.

    www.groundwork-sheffield.org.uk/

  • Sheffield Friends of the Earth

    Diary, events, news, recycling guide, photographs and group history.

    www.sheffieldfoe.co.uk/

  • Sheffield Bird Study Group

    Works to complement other local natural history societies and to promote an interest in birds, focussing on producing an annual report for the Sheffield area. Includes recorded sightings, publications, articles, photos, and membership details.

    www.sbsg.org/

  • KROTO Research Campus

    The multi-disciplinary research facility covers electronic nanotechnology, environmental engineering science, future generation materials, nanocharacterisation and nanomanipulation, soft nanotechnology, tissue engineering and modelling and virtual reality.

    www.krotoresearchcampus.com/

  • The Rivelin Valley Conservation Group

    The group was formed in 1991 with the aim to encourage the effective management of wildlife habitats and to reverse the decline of the nature trail over the past decade.

    www.rivelinvalley.org.uk/

  • RSPB Sheffield Members Group

    Meetings, field trips, events, news, local birding sites, and links.

    www.rspb-sheffield.org.uk/

  • Café Scientifique

    The general public, practising scientists and science communicators gather in a relaxed and informal environment to explore the latest developments in science and technology.

    www.sciencecafesheffield.org/

  • Transition Sheffield

    Aims to raise local awareness about climate change and the impending energy crisis.

    www.transitionsheffield.org.uk/

  • Sheffield Botanical Gardens

    Information for visitors including a location map and opening hours. Also includes a history of the gardens and information about their restoration.

    www.sbg.org.uk/

  • Sheffield Biodiversity Action Plan

    On-line reporting form, partners involved, species and habitats.

    www.ukbap.org.uk/lbap.aspx?id=510

  • Mayfield Astronomy & Space Centre

    Details of this project to bring a public observatory to Sheffield.

    www.masc.org.uk/

  • Sheffield Is My Planet

    The home of climate change issues for the UK's Greenest City and is a portal for the general public and the voluntary, public and private sectors to bring together resources and provide information to make the area green and encourage energy efficiency.

    www.sheffieldismyplanet.com/

  • Sorby Natural History Society

    Events, publications, news and membership.

    www.sorby.org.uk/

  • Sheffield Campaign Against Climate Change

    A local group linked to the national Campaign against Climate Change. Campaigns, events, profile and get involved.

    sites.google.com/site/scaccweb/

  • Sheffield Clean Air Partnership

    The Partnership has been involved in the Local Air Quality Management (LAQM) process in the city. This has included assisting in the preparation, production and consultation around the Air Quality Action Plan for the city.

    www.cleanairsheffield.org/

  • Greenspace in Sheffield

    This series of pages has been put together for the COST C11 project. It is based on information provided by a range of people and organisations working on green space issues in the Sheffield area.

    www.map21ltd.com/COSTC11/sheffield-case.htm

  • The Great Flood at Sheffield (1864)

    A concise history of the great flood at Sheffield which occurred on March 11/12th. 1864, and was caused by the bursting of the Dale Dyke Dam in the Bradfield hills on the outskirts of the town.

    www.mick-armitage.staff.shef.ac.uk/sheffield/flood.html

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