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.
Amid extreme weather and record-breaking temperatures, world leaders are gathering in Dubai for the COP28 summit.
Scientists are warning that apparently stable glaciers in the Antarctic can “switch very rapidly” and lose large quantities of ice as a result of warmer seas.
New and novel techniques in satellite analysis will be used by scientists at the University of Leeds to help farmers in Kenya respond to global warming and environmental degradation.
Pioneering research will for the first time monitor how the creation of England’s biggest new native woodland could help stave off the worst effects of climate change, such as flooding.