Reducing global inequality - options for change
Research explores how we could meet climate targets while at the same time enabling poorer communities to use more energy to secure better living standards.
Fossil study reveals origins of biodiversity gradient
Researchers have used nearly half a million fossils to solve a scientific mystery - why the number of different species is greatest near the equator and decreases towards polar regions.
Global inequality must fall - Millward-Hopkins and Oswald write for The Conversation
Global inequality must fall to maintain a safe climate and achieve a decent standard of living for all – it’s a huge challenge.
UK Space Agency gives major boost to the Space sector in Yorkshire
£800k funding to drive high impact, locally led projects and harness space-enabled technology.
Analysis reveals scale of tertiary education's carbon emissions
A major analysis of the carbon footprint of universities and FE colleges has revealed for the first time the source and scale of their emissions.