Investigation by Cambridge City Council match-funded by Cambridge Water will assess damage and point to recovery measures
Energetic dance routine for first event since Cambridge University’s ‘divestment-by-2030’ announcement
The decision is a victory for Cambridge Zero Carbon and Exctinction Rebellion - but they say action should be taken more quickly.
8,000 new homes is too many and more green space is needed, say residents.
Prof Stephen J Toope, vice-chancellor, says the university will also only accept funding and donations compatible with its green targets
The 94-year-old was said to be more excited than ever to be back in the field.
Five landscape-scale projects have been highlighted as part of the project.
Vice-Chancellor Stephen Toope promises ‘changing relationships... and not just for fossil fuel companies’
New cycling service for local takeaway orders
Cambridgeshire County Council will hold a consultation about the proposals
World-renowned photographer, famed for ‘immersive’ technique, to launch ‘In Focus’ journal at Grafton site