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New research combines climate modelling with fossil shell analysis to understand what a warm future could be like over Western Europe.

Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone. Image shows the view of the coast, including high-rises and an offshore cargo boat.

Ahead of Africa Day on May 25, this article highlights recent research projects in which our researchers have collaborated with African communities, researchers and practitioners.

Three rows of wind turbines coming out from the sea, against a blue sky.

New research shows that, despite previous beliefs, renewable energy systems have a higher ‘energy return on investment’ than fossil fuels.

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Ken Carslaw, Professor of Atmospheric Science, earns this prestigious recognition for his invaluable contribution to science as a leader in his field.

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Ankitha Manohar attended workshops about sustainable food transformation systems at the University of Montpellier, France. In this article, she reflects on the experience.