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Looking towards William Glacier from a ship

Scientists lucky enough to be in the “right place at the right time” witnessed a giant lump of ice breaking away from the William Glacier in Antarctica, a process known as calving.

Tree tops in a tropical forest looking towards a mountain top against a blue sky

Leading researchers, including University of Leeds academics, want to see a decade of “global action” to restore the world’s lost and depleted forests.

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Acting on behalf of the UK in climate negotiations, Leeds alum Kate Fearnyough travels to COP27 hoping the conference will accelerate mitigation action around the world.

A windfarm at sunrise / sunset

Dr Dan O’Neill and colleagues explored the energy requirements, and carbon emissions, associated with the energy transition.

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By Piers Forster, Professor of Climate Physics, Director of the Priestley International Centre for Climate