Prospect news stories
Fresh from receiving an OBE in the New Year's Honours list, former Prospect General Secretary Paul Noon, who retired in December 2012, is now a finalist in the Climate Week Awards 2013 in the most inspirational leader category.
The government’s policy statement on woodlands and forestry fails to answer three important questions, says Prospect.
The role of scientific advice in government must go to the very heart of ministerial thinking about civil service efficiency and reform, and two recent examples illustrate why, Prospect head of research Sue Ferns said yesterday.
Prospect today welcomed the decision by the Natural Environment Research Council not to go ahead with plans to merge the British Antarctic Survey and National Oceanography Centre.
Two unions today raised concerns about the impact on climate science of plans to shed 18 specialist jobs at the British Antarctic Survey and a proposal to merge BAS with the National Oceanography Centre.
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