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Revealed: the ‘carbon bombs’ set to trigger catastrophic climate breakdown

“Carbon Bombs” - Mapping key fossil fuel projects, a study by Kjell Kühne, from the School of Geography is referenced in a Guardian special report on climate breakdown

Exterior shot of School of Geography building with sustainable garden in foreground

A UK-wide assessment confirms the international significance and impact of Geography research at the University of Leeds.

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On Thursday 28th April the Faculty of Environment held their Partnership Awards Ceremony celebrating the achievements and dedication of students and staff.

Diagram of Leeds City Portrait Doughnut Economics model

The city of Leeds has a huge opportunity to meet the needs of all of its citizens and improve the health of the planet, according to a report published today. 

View up through a canopy of trees

Tropical forests are critical for tackling climate change. But fieldworkers are risking their lives to bring nations the carbon information they are clamouring for.