A new Executive Dean will join the Faculty of Environment community at the start of 2022.
University of Leeds academics have worked alongside with politicians to help address urgent climate issues.
Restoring the world’s depleted peatlands now rather than later would have massive economic benefits to society, according to new research.
Setting fire to forest and agricultural land in Southeast Asia to prepare it for cultivation or grazing contributes to an estimated 59,000 premature deaths a year, say scientists.
Extensive chains of volcanoes have been responsible for both emitting and then removing atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2), stabilising temperatures at Earth’s surface.