To celebrate Earth Day on 22 April 2023, we are inviting staff to share their own poems on the theme of ‘re-imagining our world’ and climate research at the University.
Children are the next generation and it is important they are well informed so they can make sustainable decisions. Our previous work highlighted that consumers are typically confused and lack…Read More >
As an industry that occupies 36.5% of global land mass agriculture plays a key role in how the natural world is managed. It also supplies the food we need to…Read More >
How many of us stop to think about where chocolate actually comes from and how it made its way into our culinary culture?
Films with powerful environmentally centred narratives can transform our thinking and connect us with nature in ways that scientific papers cannot. For example, Studio Ghibli, a renowned Japanese film studio co-founded by animator Hayao…Read More >
As the third of four all-staff talks we held in the run-up to the COP26 Summit in November 2021, this blog includes a presentation by Professor Kathy Pain (Real Estate…Read More >
“Britain will become the Qatar of hydrogen,” Boris Johnson declared as the government laid out its 368-page strategy for reaching net zero emissions by 2050. It sounds magnificent, but what…Read More >
Through our daily living practices, almost all of us contribute to global environmental change. For example, households in the UK emitted an average of 9.8 tons of CO2 equivalent in…Read More >
We are all aware of the negative aspects of the pandemic and for us these were largely things we couldn’t change. However, for us in Campus Commerce, as we were…Read More >