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Current MSc Environment and Development student, Vaibhav Sonone, has been honoured as a finalist at the India UK Achievers Award 2024 (NISAU) in the category of Society and Policy.

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A new report warns the government’s net zero transition policies could push struggling communities further into deprivation. How can policies create a fair and inclusive transition to net zero?

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The side effects of large-scale forestation initiatives could reduce the CO2 removal benefits by up to a third.

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Researchers are creating a toolkit that peers can use to ensure fieldwork is more inclusive, diverse and equitable for LGBTQ+ people.

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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.