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A glacier in Greenland

A study has found widespread mass loss of glaciers and ice caps in Greenland since the start of the 20th century.

Discourses of delay

Research uncovers over fifty-five commonly used justifications by high energy consumers not to change their lifestyles.

Some people at a protest in the USA. Sign reads: No human being is illegal.

Dr Deirdre Conlon warns that the privatisation of detention centres is leading to unjust and unsafe treatment of migrants, including asylum seekers.

A group of families at a Be Curious stall.

Record numbers of visitors flocked to campus on Saturday to sample free family-friendly activities showcasing the University’s world-changing research.

Dr Anvesha Mahendra

The Faculty of Environment’s Dr Anvesha Mahendra has been included in the collection. She discusses how important maternal nutrition is, even before conception.