News | Lancaster Environment Centre
  • Eco-innovation in Africa

    Lancaster University partners with the African Development Bank at the Paris Climate talks to explore how university-business collaboration can help Africa adapt to climate change

  • Climate change and migration

    Lancaster University is cohosting an event on climate migration at the world leaders climate talks in Paris in December

  • Putting plants on a (water) diet

    The first graduate on one of the UK’s biggest industry focused environmental PhD programmes walks straight into a tailor made job in horticulture

  • Tracking the key elements of life

    Lancaster scientists gain prestigious NERC Highlight Topic funding to track the source and fate of chemical elements in our rivers and lakes

  • Exploring nature’s gifts to humanity

    A mission to show how plants play a vital role in our everyday lives, motivates the Head of Education at London’s oldest botanic garden

  • Feed the world

    Plant science group, researching how to improve photosynthesis to increase crop yields, relocates to Lancaster

  • Food for thought

    A field course in the Amazon gave a prizewinning student a taste for research

  • World rankings success

    Lancaster University has been ranked 37th in the world for Geography, and is in the top 100 for Environmental Science, according to the latest QS World University Rankings

  • 5 reasons to be cheerful

    Congratulations and welcome to our new students!  Here’s a taste of what’s in store for you at the Lancaster Environment Centre

  • Big on business impact

    National impact Award won by unique environmental research programme which is helping 300 businesses innovate and boost business