A powerful new art exhibition developed between Edge Hill University and Kirkby Gallery will showcase children’s knowledge of the climate crisis and what they want adults to do to solve it.
Three Edge Hill students are helping to turn the tide on research into coastal erosion.
A global research project has uncovered new findings on how insects aid in the decomposition of wood, giving vital insights into their role in the carbon cycle and the health of forests around the world.
Coastal scientists at Edge Hill University are making waves on the internet after launching their own YouTube channel in a bid to inspire the next generation of learners to protect the world’s coastlines.
As President Biden sent a message to the world on his first day in office by signing an executive order for the United States to re-join the Paris Climate Agreement, a political economist at Edge Hill highlights the importance of the symbolic move.
World-renowned psychologist Professor Geoff Beattie is shaping intellectual debate at a series of global events, sharing his unique perspective on the psychology behind climate change and the Covid-19 pandemic.
More than 30 years on since the landmark Montreal Protocol united the world in a bid to save the ozone layer, an Edge Hill academic reflects on the lessons to be learned in the greatest environmental challenge ahead – climate change.
An Edge Hill University expert believes this week’s announcement of a new law to curb deforestation in supply chains doesn’t go far enough in tackling climate change.
In a new article for The Conversation psychology lecturer Professor Geoff Beattie and Research Fellow Dr Laura McGuire from the Faculty of Education explore how to get the public to play their part in tackling climate change.
A geography researcher from Edge Hill University has been awarded funding to explore how coastal communities in Thailand can use vital data to manage risks around climate change.