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Cyclist riding along a busy street with blurred cars in the background

Allowing cycling in both directions on one-way streets does not pose a safety risk and should be made mandatory in all but exceptional cases, according to a new study by Leeds researchers.

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By Piers Forster, Professor of Climate Physics, Director of the Priestley International Centre for Climate

Fishing camp on the Ikelemba River, DRC

The world’s largest tropical peatland turned from being a major store of carbon to a source of carbon dioxide emissions as a result of climate change thousands of years ago, new research has revealed.

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University of Leeds Professor Ed Manley has been awarded a £100,000 Philip Leverhulme Prize for research into how humans navigate urban spaces.

Rainforest in Panama

Global warming is likely to cause a decline in the number of species of microbes that live in tropical soils - and that could threaten the biodiversity of rainforests and increase carbon emissions.