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A landscape view of the Gran Sasso d'Italia mountain range. To the left, two people are hiking on a stony path.

A new paper makes the case for an updated Wilderness Quality Index (WQI) across Europe, including non-EU states, to ensure precious wild landscapes and ecosystems are protected.

A digital illustration with the comic-style heading

The School of Geography LGBTQ+ Students’ Group marked the International Day of Transgender Visibility with members of Sanggar Seroja, a collective of transgender women based in Jakarta, Indonesia.

A sepia photo from 1935. Three men stand atop a pile of wood and brick rubble, in front of the single remaining wall of a house.

A highly visual online exhibition co-created by Dr Arjan Gosal focuses on the effects of colonialism and geographical studies on people living with natural hazards.

A large group of researchers including delegates from southern and eastern Africa, standing together in the Global Food and Environment Institute at Leeds.

Partners from across Africa gathered in Leeds for a week of research dedicated to tackling challenges in food systems and supply chains.

geography professor louise waite advises the house of lords on the modern slavery act

LSSI Director and Human Geography Professor Louise Waite has given evidence to the House of Lords Modern Slavery Act 2015 Committee, outlining the conflation of modern slavery and immigration.