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Professor Robert Vanderbeck’s research helps teachers to grow their confidence in providing LGBT+ inclusive education, which is essential for the equality and safety of pupils.

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Over the last 12 months, the School of Geography has brought students and staff together to co-create its vision for a redefined curriculum.

John lockwood obituary

Influential Teacher of Climate Science at the School of Geography

Drone photography of Hammarmossen raised bog, Sweden, where researchers found that open water pools have been rapidly shrinking and disappearing over the last six decades, overgrown by mats of Sphagnum moss and sedges.

Peatlands are carbon-rich wetlands that are often covered in mazy patterns of open water pools, but some boreal peatlands in Scandinavia and elsewhere are beginning to lose their characteristic pools.

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This Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we highlight research at the University of Leeds that explores the causes and solutions to modern-day slavery and contributes towards ending it.