The human impact on the Amazon rainforest has been grossly underestimated according to an international team of researchers from Brazil and the UK.
If you are looking for a professional career, these new programmes at the Lancaster Environment Centre are designed for you.
Congratulations to the 207 undergraduate students from the Lancaster Environment Centre who graduated with a record number of higher grades this year.
The £4.4 million, 680 m2 building will house two laboratories with bench space for 216 students, and will be shared between the Lancaster Environment Centre and the Biological Life Sciences department at Lancaster University.
Businesses and organisations interested in the waste water industry will hear how new regulations are likely to affect the management of our sewage and water and provide new commercial opportunities.
Lancaster University is launching a new masters programme to train the experts needed to manage and interpret the huge quantities of information that are now being routinely collected by environmental businesses and organisations.
Lancaster University is one of the best places in the UK to study Geography, Environmental Science and Biological Sciences, according to the 2015 Guardian University Guide.
A Lancaster academic, who is researching food insecurity in small isolated cities in the Brazilian Amazon, has been recognised as an “outstanding” early career researcher.
The first masters student to work with our new collaborators at Dhaka University, Bangladesh, has headed out into the field.
Join us on Saturday 30 August to get a sense of life as a student studying Geography, Biological Sciences, Ecology, Earth or Environmental Science.