Lancaster’s Professor Keith Beven becomes one of the first hydrologists to be made a Fellow of the Royal Society, one of science’s greatest honours
Extensive natural flood management such as tree planting could reduce flooding even in extreme events like Storm Desmond, according to a new modelling study.
Scientists and Waitrose suppliers are coming together to share best practice to help create a sustainable global supply chain in fruit and veg
Lancaster University is ranked 9th in the UK and top in the North West for Geography and Environmental Science by the Complete University Guide 2018
Lancaster University is paving the way for Lancashire firms to capitalise on the market for eco-innovation – estimated to be worth £2 billion to the regional economy.
Two Lancaster University researchers are helping to change the way academics work with the food industry to help us feed a growing population sustainably.
Lancaster Environment Centre alumni offer top tips to students on how to find the right career path after graduation
Companies are unaware of the huge risks they face from soil degradation.
Natural measures to manage flooding from rivers can play a valuable role in flood prevention, but a lack of monitoring means their true potential remains unclear, researchers say.
Natural and social scientists must work together to influence policy, says Lancaster’s new Professor of Political Ecology