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A photographic portrait of Rachel skinner in her honorary degree gown.

Rachel Skinner has been awarded an honorary degree for her services to transport engineering.

A building on fire.
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An ‘urgent conversation’ is needed about extreme heat and the wildfire risk that could threaten lives in urban areas, a School of Geography expert says.

Prof Corneille Ewango of the University of Kisangani, DRC, takes notes in a peat swamp forest along the Ikelemba River in DRC.

A new study has mapped the full scale of a vast region of peatland in the heart of the Congo Basin, revealing it to be 15% bigger than previously thought.

A candid picture of people from the western African fishing community handling their fish supply.

How can communities adapt to extreme weather events whilst safely sourcing seafood? Research from the University of Leeds suggests a new climate-smart collaboration holds the answer.

green trees in a rainforest

Dr Simon Lewis is calling for an international intervention to stop an immense area of rainforest from being auctioned off by the Democratic Republic of Congo.