Dr Sarah Bezan, LCAB postdoctoral researcher, explores how the category of “endling taxidermy” has emerged in the wake of the sixth mass extinction.
The Coronavirus pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on the North of England – leading to more deaths and greater social and economic hardship than any other region in England, according to a new report.
The Leverhulme Centre for Anthropocene Biodiversity (LCAB) is delighted to announce that we've moved into a newly refurbished space in the Berrick Saul building on Campus West at the University of York.
A new study, published by the European Forest Institute, calls for collective action to put nature at the heart of the economy and set the world on a sustainable path.
Some of Europe’s native butterflies may have to be moved to colder climes if they are to survive global warming, a new study suggests.
COVID-19 is a horrible global crisis. Yet, like previous horrible global crises, including WWI and WWII, it also presents an opportunity and an obligation to rebuild our global society to adapt to changing conditions.
The Leverhulme Centre for Anthropocene Biodiversity (LCAB) is funding a new research project aiming to explore the drivers behind inequalities in accessing greenspaces in Leeds.
A couple of our researchers give their points of view on the planned release of a small herd of wild bison in Kent, as part of a £1m project to reintroduce the animals and help secure the future of an endangered species.
Professor Robert Costanza and Dr Ida Kubiszewski talk Ecological Economics and how it can help create a prosperous, just, equitable and sustainable future.
Conservation management around the margins of agriculture fail to protect butterfly species at greatest risk from the intensification of farming, a new study says.
Forest conservation areas in oil palm plantations play a vital role in storing carbon and boosting rainforest biodiversity, a new study on palm oil agriculture in Borneo has revealed.
Professor Kate Pickett explores the local biodiversity of Askham Bog Nature Reserve.
Local community involvement is vital in efforts to raise water levels to help restore Indonesia’s tropical peatlands, a new study has found.
An international team of researchers, including academics from the University of York, are working to help identify priority forest areas for protection on Borneo.
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Inês Martins has been awarded a prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Individual Fellowship.
Non-native plants are providing new homes for Britain’s insects - some of which are rare on native plants, a new study has found.
Professor Chris Thomas, Director for the Leverhulme Centre for Anthropocene Biodiversity, has been named as a Highly Cited ‘Cross-Field’ Researcher.
Researchers who set out to test the widespread theory that the UK is experiencing an alarming plunge in insect numbers have found no evidence for ‘Insect Armageddon’.
Professor Robert (Bob) Costanza has been elected a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia, for his work related to public policy.
Scientists have discovered why climate change may be contributing to the decline of some British butterflies and moths, such as Silver-studded Blue and High Brown Fritillary butterflies.
Many insects moving north in response to climate change find they have nowhere to go in Britain’s intensively managed landscapes, according to new research.
Researchers have discovered the first evidence of tropical insects shrinking in size in their bid to survive rising temperatures.
Connected areas of high-quality forest running through oil palm plantations could help support increased levels of biodiversity, new research suggests.
Faster rates of climate change could be increasing the diversity of plant species in many places, according to research from the University of York.
A new report suggests that in addition to producing clean energy, solar farms could offer a vital boost to Britain’s rare species.
The Leverhulme Trust Board has announced it will fund up to £10 million over the next 10 years to establish a new centre for research on biodiversity change at the University of York.
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