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Flooding

An innovative plan to reduce the impact of flooding and climate change in West Yorkshire over the next six years is being launched during national Flood Action Week.

A cropped photograph of an electric bus.

Using carbon tax revenue to fund free green electricity and public transport could significantly reduce individual households’ greenhouse gas emissions, a new study has found.

Oil rigs at night, with industrial towers lighting the background.

For at least the last 30 years, not a single country has met the basic needs of its residents without overconsuming natural resources, according to new research led by the University of Leeds.

Man stands abover large conference with glowing globe suspended from ceiling and letters COP26 in leaves

Now COP26 is over we look at those involved and the contributions of School of Earth & Environment Staff and students.

A red, polluted lake in Geamana , Romania.

Experts can make crucial decisions about future biodiversity management by using artificial intelligence to learn from past environmental change, according to a new study.