The global market for eco-industries has been estimated at roughly €1.15 trillion. With new environmental regulations, increasing prices for traditional energy resources and changing market demands, this figure is set to double with the average estimate for 2020 being around €2 trillion a year.
Five successful scientists from the worlds of business, academia and conservation have taken up residence at the Lancaster Environment Centre
A ground-breaking new Masters programme is giving students the opportunity to work on high-impact business projects that develop collaboration between UK and Chinese SMEs.
Lancaster University and energy company EDF have teamed up to provide opportunities for students to gain valuable industry experience.
UK firm set to help ignite China's green revolution
Lancaster Environment Centre has successfully hosted a series of career panels to inspire students with the true value of their degrees
Lancaster Environment Centre has successfully hosted another dedicated Careers Fair to help students find employment.
Lancaster University’s first female academic is still working at the university half a century later revealing the secrets of the UK’s ever changing coastline
Professor elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, is recognised for her “high calibre” research and role as advisor to the Scottish Government
A unique study of persistent organic pollutants in the frozen Tibetan Plateau was a leading journal’s most read paper of 2014