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Mountain of rubbish can now be recycled thanks to new university facilities

11 June 2019

A Tetra Pak bin has just been installed on the University of Sussex campus, allowing staff, students and visitors to recycle food and drink cartons.


Highlights from the China 2019 Field class

2 May 2019

Visit to the Department of Earth System Science at Tsinghua University Prof. Wang Yi from the University of Sussex in the UK led 32 undergraduates...


Mandela Scholars visit Sussex

5 April 2019

The Mandela Scholarship Fund provides the means for students from Southern African countries to study at Sussex.


SussexFood takes a trip to the New Forest to plant trees thanks to customer purchases

22 March 2019

On 20 March SussexFood, partnered with Mug For Life, ventured to the New Forest to plant trees in the name of sustainability.


Sussex researchers join international project to help 11 million Thai people

18 March 2019

Researchers are joining an international effort to protect Thailand’s vulnerable coastal communities from storms, floods and coastal erosion.


University of Sussex world’s best for development studies for third year running

27 February 2019

Sussex is number one in the world for development studies for the third consecutive year in the QS World University Rankings by Subject.


SSRP research with artisanal fishers highlights working with local communities to meet global challenges

20 February 2019

New research by the Sussex Sustainability Research Programme (SSRP) highlights the need to work with local communities to meet global...


"Turning off lights is fine, but climate change requires dramatic political action"

15 February 2019

Sussex student and climate activist Sebastien Kaye is among the panellists of The Exchange debate, 'Can Veganism Save the Planet', on 21 February.


El Niño in World History wins Atmospheric Science Librarians International award

14 February 2019

The book El Niño in World History by Richard Grove and George Adamson has won an award. The Atmospheric Science Librarians International...


Outreach at the beach: Soapbox Science returns to Brighton in June

29 January 2019

Take your science to the seafront, share your research and inspire passers-by at Soapbox Science.


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