On Monday 14 June, Professor Uekotter discussed the environmental impact of war in an impromptu radio interview on SRF, the Swiss national radio company.
On 12 May 2022, Professor Frank Uekotter appeared on BBC World Service’s The Food Chain podcast in an episode entitled ‘The Problem with Wheat.’
This is only one of many new sites and unexpected patterns of prehistoric activity detected at Stonehenge by the Ghent-Birmingham research team
University leaders are calling for practical solutions to key global challenges ahead of the Forum for Global Challenges on the 3-5 May.
Researchers from the University of Birmingham will be working with artists and schools to co-create artworks on the themes of nature and environmental justice.
World Water Day is about “taking action to tackle the global water crisis” . Raising awareness is crucial for taking action.
Our symposium convened industry leaders from the healthcare and life sciences sector and key academics to discuss how to make respiratory medicine sustainable.
Education experts have created free educational resources to put sustainable fashion centre stage in the classroom.
The transition to net zero is threatened by the vulnerability of the supply chains for these critical materials, few of which are produced or processed in the UK
Natasa Mavronicola argues that states are subjecting people to inhuman and degrading treatment on from escalating suffering, risk of catastrophic and irreparable harm to which state (in)actions are exposing them.
Dr Lovleen Bhullar on the relationship between climate change and water security.
Law students Kefa Nsubuga and Sumirat Saini were part of a multi-disciplinary student led COP26 Roundtable discussion discussing environmental activism and climate change.