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A carbon tax based on the purpose of using goods and services would be fairer and more likely to deliver climate justice, say ecological economists.

Geophysics student, Isabelle Wicks, smiling at the camera, whilst sitting in the School of Earth and Environment foyer

Isabelle Wicks, a final year Geophysics student, has won a University of Leeds Beaumont Award for her research into proglacial lake thermal regimes.

A person on a roof installing solar panels.

An innovative green finance project that piloted a new form of crowdfunding for local net-zero projects has raised over £7 million across the UK.

The River Aire in Leeds, with Calls Landing in the background.

This week, the city of Leeds is home to the first Yorkshire Sustainability Week, which focuses on improving sustainability in and beyond the county.

An overview of the city of Leeds.

Businesses need to become more sustainable or risk not being able to cope with the shocks of future climate change.