Lancaster Environment Centre
Innovation, training and research for a sustainable future
The Lancaster Environment Centre (LEC) is one of the major centres for environmental research in Europe, recognised internationally for its excellence in environmental research, which has the ability to inform policy and impact positively on the regional and national economy.
The LEC comprises academic staff and professional researchers, covering all the biological, physical, chemical and geographical aspects of environmental science. It offers an unrivalled centre of excellence for the teaching and research of the environmental sciences.
A new free "massive" online course explores how we can feed an extra two billion people by 2050. Read more
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Fri 11 April 2014
Andrew Binley, Professor in the Lancaster Environment Centre, has just returned from a two week field campaign in Svalbard. The project, funded by the Norwegian Research Council, is exploring the composition of deep permafrost in an Arctic river catchment. Read more
Wed 09 April 2014