Three academics from across the Faculty of Environment were this week recognised in the University’s Women of Achievement Awards.
Predicting job market skills gaps, occurring in the move towards a net-zero economy, will be easier for employers, policymakers and unions through a new jobs tracker.
New energy tariffs designed for a low carbon future could leave people on bad deals even worse off, research has found.
Glaciers in West Antarctica are moving more quickly from land into the ocean, contributing to rising global sea levels.
A blanket ban on the trade of wild meat could create risks for nature and for human health, according to a new study.