School of Earth and Environment


Our very own Professor William Young will be speaking at the annual event on Thursday 8 September which brings together the fashion and textiles community to discuss the multifaceted challenge of sustainability.[more]

The first global simulation of cloud condensation nucleus concentrations...

21 June, Liberty Building LG.06 The launch of CEMAC is to be held on the afternoon of 21st June with 50 external guests. The launch heralds the Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science (ICAS) great science and ambition in...[more]

14th June 2016 As virtual worlds become more sophisticated, versatile and easier to create, so their potential for use in a range of disciplines increases. They are already being used as training grounds for geological mapping,...[more]

The Priestly International Centre for Climate is one of the university’s flagship strategic investments in response to the global challenge of climate change. It is unique in bringing together world leading expertise from the...[more]

We’ll be at the Pint of Science Festival on 23 to 25 May presenting interesting and topical research in an accessible format –all in a pub![more]

A look at the types of uses long-range forecasts have (for example contingency planning, infrastructure, the energy industry, agriculture, reinsurance) before going on to look at the underlying climate dynamics which makes...

There has been much recent public debate about an alleged pause or hiatus in global warming, a framing that was ultimately accepted by the IPCC in its AR5. We argue that adopting this phraseology is misleading in light of the...

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Hosted by the School of Earth and Environment (SEE) at Leeds, the Environmental Studies Academy provides FREE unique science sessions for schools/students designed around their AS level curriculum, helping them to advance in...[more]

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The conference will take place at the University of Leeds, from 30th June - 3rd July 2015. ESEE is a non-profit, member-governed, organisation dedicated to advancing understanding of the relationships among ecological, social and...[more]

Main Speaker: Leo Hickman, Editor of CarbonBrief.Org Chair: Professor Jouni Paavola, Director of ESRC Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy Time: Tuesday 12th May, 6.00pm – 7.45pm Location: Maurice Keyworth...[more]