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In the run up to COP26, Leeds PhD student Anne Sietsma tells us why the Global Conference of Youth (COY) is so important, and how you can get your voice heard at COP26.

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Industry must speed up investment in new technologies that allow manufacture of materials using renewable electricity if net zero emissions targets are to be met, researcher warn.


Leeds climate researchers working to tackle the environmental crisis and help the world achieve net zero carbon emissions are preparing to address 200 world leaders at COP26.

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A total of 40 researchers from Leeds are celebrating earning fellowships at the prestigious Alan Turing Institute.


Research in African wetlands is revealing crucial data that could help save lives — and it all starts with the humble puddle.