Accelerated melting of glaciers in Greenland
A study has found widespread mass loss of glaciers and ice caps in Greenland since the start of the 20th century.
“We’re doing everything we can” and other excuses not to act on climate change
Research uncovers over fifty-five commonly used justifications by high energy consumers not to change their lifestyles.
Exploitation of immigrants rife in detention centres run for profit
Dr Deirdre Conlon warns that the privatisation of detention centres is leading to unjust and unsafe treatment of migrants, including asylum seekers.
Curious minds set new record
Record numbers of visitors flocked to campus on Saturday to sample free family-friendly activities showcasing the University’s world-changing research.
School of Food and Nutrition researcher celebrated in second World Changers Essay Collection
The Faculty of Environment’s Dr Anvesha Mahendra has been included in the collection. She discusses how important maternal nutrition is, even before conception.