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Interior of a steel refinery showing the entrance to a working furnce.

Steel is essential for making many of the technologies that will end fossil fuel combustion. Unfortunately, to produce a lot of steel, manufacturers need to burn a lot of fossil fuel.

Ellen Dyson and Rachel Helbig with Professor Louise Dye in Brussels

Ellen Dyson and Rachel Helbig have published a research paper, in collaboration with multiple food and sustainability experts, and attended the ILSI Annual Meeting and Science Symposium in Brussels.

Training for next generation of earth observation leaders renewed

Training for next generation of earth observation leaders renewed.

Looking towards William Glacier from a ship

Scientists lucky enough to be in the “right place at the right time” witnessed a giant lump of ice breaking away from the William Glacier in Antarctica, a process known as calving.

Tree tops in a tropical forest looking towards a mountain top against a blue sky

Leading researchers, including University of Leeds academics, want to see a decade of “global action” to restore the world’s lost and depleted forests.