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Emissions of a greenhouse gas more potent than carbon dioxide or methane increased unabated up to 2020, according to a new report which a University of Leeds academic helped to produce.

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The University of Leeds will collaborate on a £2m national network to generate knowledge, action and resilience for UK coastal communities and seas.

Professor Dame Jane Francis wearing a life jacket in Rothera, Antarctica

The Chancellor of the University of Leeds, Professor Dame Jane Francis, has been elected President of the Royal Geographical Society.

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Global warming caused by humans is advancing at 0.26°C per decade – the highest rate since records began, according to new research by more than 50 leading international scientists.

A researcher hunches over the ground to do testing on a salt marsh. Two other researchers to the same in the background, in front of a stretch of water.

The UK’s saltmarshes are under threat from climate change, coastal erosion and sea-level rise, according to a new study.