Results 56 to 60 of 439 in School of Earth and Environment

Premier League has a short-haul flight crisis and Man Utd are the latest damaging culprits

Researchers highlight impact of Premier League teams such as Manchester United, taking domestic flights between matches in the UK

Planet Earth

SIM-EARTH project to shed light on pre-history mass extinctions and how to find intelligent life in space.

Looking towards William Glacier from a ship

Glaciers along the Antarctic peninsula are flowing faster in the summer because of a combination of melting snow and warmer ocean waters, say researchers.

Ellen Dyson and Rachel Helbig with Professor Louise Dye in Brussels

Ellen Dyson and Rachel Helbig have published a research paper, in collaboration with multiple food and sustainability experts, and attended the ILSI Annual Meeting and Science Symposium in Brussels.

Images of wind turbines

Research explores how we could meet climate targets while at the same time enabling poorer communities to use more energy to secure better living standards.