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Martin Zebracki leaning his elbows on a platform, smiling.

Researchers are creating a toolkit that peers can use to ensure fieldwork is more inclusive, diverse and equitable for LGBTQ+ people.

A tray with two classes of beer, two hot dogs and a mini football.

Switching to plant-based pies, burgers and hot dogs at home football games over the Green Football Weekend would save more than 250,000kg of carbon emissions, new research shows.

Huge lightning bolts in the sky, hitting the sea below. In front of them are small apartment blocks.

Leading weather scientists and practitioners from the UK, South Africa, Zambia and Mozambique have commenced a two-week “testbed” to improve early warnings for severe thunderstorms in Southern Africa.

An image of factories across a skyline with a sunset across the sky.

Harmful emissions from the industrial sector could be reduced by up to 85% across the world, according to new research.

Log floating in a quarry, showing old debris, metal infrastructure and calm reflections in the water. English Lake District, Hodge Close Quarry near Coniston.

Researchers at Leeds have helped to secure a £2.6 million initiative funded by Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), part of UK Research and Innovation.