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Geography student, Kiran Maher visited Iceland to study its unique and diverse landscape.
Geography lecturer Tim Lane talks about his research into climate change.
How do we combat overconsumption and our global plastic addiction?
Have a greener Christmas this year by taking a more environmentally friendly approach to some of our festive traditions.
Megan Harvey, MA Fashion Realisation and Innovation student, talks about her passion for sustainable living and the global...
Find out how businesses are benefiting from the sustainability expertise within the Low Carbon Eco-Innovatory and Clean Growth...
We chat with Dr Avril Rowley, project lead for the Forest School programme at LJMU, to learn more about this innovative approach...
Matt Fryer, a Product Design Engineering student, has created a new product which saves water, money and time when doing...
Making small changes to your lifestyle can make a big difference to the environment, plus you'll save money and improve your...
LJMU students are given a once in a lifetime opportunity to venture out into the wilds of Tanzania to study primates in their...