Small pockets of protected areas, separated by inhospitable farmlands, are not sufficient to preserve wildlife.
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.
Scientists led by the University of Leeds have estimated the impact of climate change on annual heat-related deaths of children under five years old in sub-Saharan Africa.
New research shows that the UK can dramatically reduce its energy demand to meet net zero emissions targets by 2050 without negatively impacting quality of life.
Fellows from six African countries this week joined colleagues at Leeds to strengthen networks and build research and leadership skills, helping to bring sustainable change in African food systems.