Two academics at the University of Leeds have been elected as Fellows of the American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Scientists are developing a pioneering technique that allows them to monitor insects in the air using weather radars, as part of a research project called BioDAR.
A new framework provides a robust scientific tool for researchers, policymakers and industry to calculate remaining global carbon budgets.
An evaluation of the global energy return on investment for fossil fuels and renewable sources reveals a much more level playing field than previously believed.
The Priestley Building will provide a base on the University's main campus for leading climate-related research.