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A gorilla in Lefini, Republic of Congo, stood on a fallen tree above water.

Leading researchers have launched a major scientific initiative to investigate and protect the fragile Congo Basin Forest in central Africa, one of the world’s most important ecosystems.

An image of a forest from above.

If the world’s natural forests are allowed to grow and mature rather than being cut down, 226 billion tonnes of carbon could be taken out of the atmosphere, according to a major international study.

Three people holding protest signs. They read "Human trafficking happens here," "99% of victims are never rescued," and "slavery still exists."

New research shows that faith-based organisations (FBOs) supporting modern slavery survivors in the UK are embroiled in a landscape marked by racialised border violence.

A bean burger in a white bun.

On World Vegan Day, we outline the innovative research projects that are making it easier to switch to a plant-based diet.

A clip of the Whose Uni? poster. An illustration of students at University, each with speech bubbles. Full text is below in the news article.

The poster was created following activities with undergraduate students at the University of Leeds who felt underrepresented. It's designed to be a learning tool for educators and activists.