New and novel techniques in satellite analysis will be used by scientists at the University of Leeds to help farmers in Kenya respond to global warming and environmental degradation.
524 results for 'global food environment'
A new study shows unprecedented heat is likely to lead to the next mass extinction since the dinosaurs died out, eliminating nearly all mammals in some 250 million years time.
The continued pursuit of economic growth in high income countries is at odds with the climate targets and fairness requirements of the Paris Agreement, say researchers.
A chemical process used in the browning of food to give it its distinct smell and taste is probably happening in the oceans, where it helped create the conditions necessary for life.
Businesses need to become more sustainable or risk not being able to cope with the shocks of future climate change.
At a time of rising food prices and a deepening climate crisis, Jamie Crummie has created a global phenomenon which helps customers rescue unsold food from businesses, saving it from going to waste.
Researchers have used nearly half a million fossils to solve a scientific mystery - why the number of different species is greatest near the equator and decreases towards polar regions.
Slingshot Simulations, a spinout from the University of Leeds, has secured a £3 million round of investment led by Northern Gritstone, alongside Mercia and the Northern Powerhouse Fund.
Phosphorus use in the UK needs to be better managed and used in a much more sustainable way to reduce river pollution and increase resilience over rising fertiliser prices, say researchers.
The 2020s have been described as the critical decade for climate change.