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Rafael Cirino Gonçalves, a PhD researcher in the Institute for Transport Studies, has been awarded a fellowship by transport safety company Seeing Machines.

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There should be greater investment in using a wider group of experts to make decisions about how the landscape is managed if the UK is to reach climate targets, a new report warns.

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An article originally published on The Conversation, discussing the injustices in global food systems.

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The Population Geography Research Group in the Royal Geographical Society with IBG has announced its winner of the 2021 Bob Woods Postgraduate Dissertation prize.

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Scientists monitoring the giant A68A Antarctic iceberg from space reveal that a huge amount of fresh water was released as it melted around the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia.