Results 26 to 30 of 419 in School of Earth and Environment

A power plant.

Industrialised nations responsible for excessive levels of CO2 emissions could be liable for $170 trillion in compensation by 2050 to ensure climate change targets are met, say researchers.

Discourses of delay

Research uncovers over fifty-five commonly used justifications by high energy consumers not to change their lifestyles.

Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone. Image shows the view of the coast, including high-rises and an offshore cargo boat.

Dr Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor urges researchers to listen to indigenous communities when it comes to improving their food systems.

Left: Katie Surridge, smiling, on a public footpath. Right: stage@leeds at night.

The metalwork artist will create a 'living wall' in collaboration with University researchers and a community theatre.

A weather forecaster looking at satellite images on a dual-monitor screen. There are other forecasters in the office.

Scientists have been awarded £2 million to develop ways of alerting communities in South Africa, Zambia and Mozambique to extreme weather.