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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.

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A “carbon footprint calculator” has been created to help small craft brewers identify the scale of their carbon emissions.

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Scientists at the University of Leeds are leading research into sustainable, nutritious alternative proteins for food and feed. Find out what they’re working on with their industry partners.

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Improving the life chances of children in Leeds during their first 1,000 days is the focus of an ambitious new research project by the University of Leeds.

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Leeds Institute of Data Analytics (LIDA) reports on their successful year.