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010 wetland team

Self-powered wetlands

Cath O’Driscoll, November 2017

Nature’s wetlands are brilliant at cleaning up wastewater. Litre for litre, artificial ecosystems created with wetland plants and microbes are 1/20th the cost of standard municipal wastewater treatment plants.

Feature

022 wine

Grape expectations

Michael Gross, November 2017

Climate change has already shifted harvest dates for wine by up to two weeks. Within the next few decades, many wine growers will need to adapt methods or migrate to higher latitudes.

Global View

Out-Trumped

Sarah Houlton, November 2017

Donald Trump’s mission to dismantle his predecessor’s legacy continues apace.

People

Movers and Shakers

November 2017

Reviews

A nuclear guide

Simon Cooke, November 2017
nuclear cover

A review of 'Principles of nuclear chemistry' by Peter A C McPherson.

Business

Business digest

November 2017

Review the latest news and developments from the sector.

Leader

Fifty shades of Brexit

Neil Eisberg, November 2017

When singer/songwriter Paul Simon wrote ‘Fifty ways to leave your lover’, he would have had no idea that the European Chemical Industries Council (Cefic) would re-work it for its 2017 annual Chemical Congress in Vienna into ‘Fifty ways to leave the EU’.