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Diagram of Leeds City Portrait Doughnut Economics model

The city of Leeds has a huge opportunity to meet the needs of all of its citizens and improve the health of the planet, according to a report published today. 

View up through a canopy of trees

Tropical forests are critical for tackling climate change. But fieldworkers are risking their lives to bring nations the carbon information they are clamouring for.

A shallow river bed with trees on the river bank.

Launched in spring 2021, Wild Ingleborough is a partnership between the University of Leeds, WWF-UK, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, Natural England, United Bank of Carbon and Woodland Trust.

Dr Effie Papargyropoulou, Dr Sara Gonzalez and Suzannah Turner

The Global Food and Environment Institute (GFEI) is delighted to announce three new appointments to its Executive Group.

Field of sugar beet at a farm in South East England, cultivated with basalt

Adding rock dust to UK agricultural soils could absorb up to 45 per cent of the atmospheric carbon dioxide needed to reach net zero, according to a major new study led by scientists at the University