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The Amazon rainforest

Tropical forests in South America lose their ability to absorb carbon from the atmosphere when conditions become exceptionally hot and dry, according to new research.

A Ghanaian person sitting on a stool. In the background we see a pile of used plastic and other rubbish.

A new publication spotlights the perspectives of academics and activists in the Majority World, unified in their aim to achieve climate justice.

Aerial view of a patch of cleared rainforest is cultivated by a digger, with smoke from a fire rising into the sky

Increased carbon emissions from the Amazon rainforest are due to weak law enforcement, new research suggests.

Rainforest with beams of light floating through.

A new study finds that the world’s tropical forest canopies may be closer to critical high-temperature thresholds than previously thought, but climate change mitigation can help to avoid them.

Researcher Duncan Quincey testing the water running from a glacier, with mountains in the background. The logo overlay reads "Water at Leeds"

This World Water Week, we explore the Faculty of Environment's key research into water.