Meet the Department 13th April 2021
In this interview, our Chair in Sustainable Geoscience, Professor Chris Jackson, discusses the ways that research, study and science communication in Earth and Environmental Sciences maps onto the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Chris also considers the title ‘sustainable geoscience’ and how, by defining this term, we can establish directions in geoscience going forward.
Welcome to EES 9th December 2020
Dr Greg Holland provides an overview of the Pollution and Environmental Processes Pathway of our undergraduate degree programmes in Environmental Science.
Meet the Department 3rd September 2020
In this blog post Dr Nick Marsden, Experimental Officer for the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, discusses his background and how this led to an academic and professional career in industry and research. Nick’s story showcases the ways that talent, ambition, education and industrial experience can result in a successful science career which really makes a difference.
Student experience 28th May 2020
Dr Neil Mitchell provides us with insight on how fieldwork can be redesigned in light of lockdown by sharing his experience of delivering the module EART20042 Environmental Field Course.
Meet the Department 21st May 2020
The common first year of our undergraduate degree programmes provides new students with the skills they need to specialise on any of our Pathways starting from year 2. Our common first year also allows students to transfer between courses if their interests shift during their first year – between Environmental Science and Earth and Planetary Science. We would now like to introduce you to the teaching teams for the common first year…
Research and impact 22nd January 2020
Dr James Allan, Reader in Atmospheric Science here at the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, explains more about the effects of wildfires. James highlighted some of the science behind wildfires that feeds their connection to climate change, including the damaging effects of black carbon.