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Man stands abover large conference with glowing globe suspended from ceiling and letters COP26 in leaves

Now COP26 is over we look at those involved and the contributions of School of Earth & Environment Staff and students.

A red, polluted lake in Geamana , Romania.

Experts can make crucial decisions about future biodiversity management by using artificial intelligence to learn from past environmental change, according to a new study.

A photograph of two cooling towers at a power plant, with a golden sunrise in the background.

Carbon limits needed to contain global warming could be breached within six years in the Yorkshire and Humber region, a new report warns.

A group shot of the youth group for Place-based Climate Action Network at COP26.

A climate change film made by a group of over 40 young people from the UK and South Africa during the pandemic is being shown at COP26 today, Monday 8 November.

Greenland

Global warming has caused extreme ice melting events in Greenland to become more frequent and more intense over the past 40 years according to new research, raising sea levels and flood risk worldwide