Soils are in a bad way and the Government is doing little to help - indeed its policies are making the problems worse, writes Professor John Quinton, welcoming the hard hitting report on soil health, published recently by MPs.
Himalayan geologist Yani Najman travels to a remote corner of Myanmar to reveal the history of the world’s highest mountains.
Dr Stuart Sharp reports back from an expedition to the Congo searching for an elusive African bird, about which almost nothing is known.
Dr Jacob Phelps and MSc researcher Sophie Banks got a political education when attending global talks on illegal wildlife trade
Masters student Duncan Nicholls spent a three month internship researching and mapping schemes which use natural processes to reduce flood risk across Great Britain
Dr Justina Ukpebor explains the challenges facing women scientists in her African homeland, and how Lancaster University is helping her, and other scientists, overcome them.
Cities across Europe, including Lancaster, are increasingly growing their own food, says PhD student Dennis Touliatos after attending an urban agriculture training school in his hometown, Athens.
Nature can’t pay it’s own way, so let’s take the market out of conservation argues Dr Benjamin Neimark
On the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, coastal scientist Dr Suzi Ilic remembers visiting New Orleans and seeing first hand how the management, and mismanagement, of a coastline can effect lives.
Dr Rebecca Whittle explains the thinking behind the ‘glut market’, recently trialled at Lancaster Environment Centre to make the most of the annual fruit and veg surplus