Researchers use creativity to reduce deadly congestion in East Africa
A close look at York's local rivers reveals some interesting findings
Despite the ravages of climate change, nature may offer a refuge to wildlife
We're studying ash trees that resist a deadly fungus which threatens to wipe out Britain's ash population
Understanding ancient animal movement in the Western Alps
We highlight the threat to a little-known African habitat
Our research is transforming rubbish from a problem to a resource
Food security is a looming global issue, warn our researchers
York residents could have a key role in a city-wide environment project
We're exploring the social side of ants
We're drawing a clearer picture of Africa's air quality problems
We're capturing carbon with vegetable peelings
Working with Mother Nature to tackle floods
We're working with farmers in Asia to convert rice straw into biofuel
Our scientists combine ancient history and computer modelling to predict coastal flood risk
Russian and Soviet attitudes to the environment have been misunderstood, say our experts
Fire could be the answer for Africa's fragile savannahs
Study shows species most at risk from England’s rising temperatures.
Grass developed by our biologists could lead the fight against soil contamination
Study shows parasitic plants can boost the diversity of surrounding wildlife.
Our studies could shape the future of fishing on the Firth of Clyde
How the Chinese could improve the quality of the air they breathe
The case for reintroducing a big cat to the British countryside
Older female killer whales use 'environmental knowledge' to lead their families to food
We're collaborating to find ways to convert woody plant material into biofuel.
We’re using genetics to develop more resilient crops.
Our research is helping local industries convert plants into high value products.
Fish stocks are under pressure from healthy eating guidelines.
One of our research teams is mining food waste for valuable chemicals.
Research by our award-winning academic is benefiting wildlife in two very diverse environments.
British butterflies heading north to escape climate change need stable populations to survive.
York's scientists are playing a role in the quest to harness the fundamental power source of our Sun.
Drugs in the water system could be the reason for starlings decline.
Earth's ozone layer is in recovery says an international study involving one of our scientists.