What's killing trees in the southern Amazon?
A team of Brazilian and British scientists have discovered that extreme wind and water-deficiency are the main causes of tree death in the southern Amazon.
The number of tree species on Earth
An international team of scientists estimate that there are 14% more tree species than previously thought.
Wider-reaching solutions urgently needed to reach realistic ‘net zero’
There should be greater investment in using a wider group of experts to make decisions about how the landscape is managed if the UK is to reach climate targets, a new report warns.
Prestigious dissertation prize awarded to Geography alum
The Population Geography Research Group in the Royal Geographical Society with IBG has announced its winner of the 2021 Bob Woods Postgraduate Dissertation prize.
Himalayan glaciers melting at ‘exceptional rate’
The accelerating melting of the Himalayan glaciers threatens the water supply of millions of people in Asia, new research warns.