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Environment staff and students are involved in several COP 28 events on a range of topics, with many contributing to the daily themes over the two week period.

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A team of researchers from the Consumer Data Research Centre (CDRC) have been awarded an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Celebrating Impact Prize for supporting healthier consumer habits.

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Leading researchers have launched a major scientific initiative to investigate and protect the fragile Congo Basin Forest in central Africa, one of the world’s most important ecosystems.

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If the world’s natural forests are allowed to grow and mature rather than being cut down, 226 billion tonnes of carbon could be taken out of the atmosphere, according to a major international study.

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New research shows that faith-based organisations (FBOs) supporting modern slavery survivors in the UK are embroiled in a landscape marked by racialised border violence.