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“How do we think about conservation, and who is it for?”

13 May 2016

Blog post from Life Sciences PhD student, Dan Ingram, with his thoughts on the Georgina Mace SSRP inaugural lecture


Sussex and IDS researchers start new project on sustainable groundwater in Africa

28 July 2015

Groundwater Futures in Sub-Saharan Africa (GroFutures) will develop the scientific evidence and inclusive groundwater management processes by which...


Study identifies sources and magnitudes of phosphorus nutrient input from the Sahara desert to the Atlantic Ocean

28 July 2015

Saharan dust that is transported over the Atlantic Ocean provides an important input of phosphorus (P) to the oligotrophic waters of ocean and the...


Inter-university team reports on wildlife trade

28 July 2015

International trade in wildlife is a key threat to biodiversity conservation. CITES, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of...


Biodiversity damage mapped by global land-use study

1 April 2015

Human activities are causing global declines in local ecosystems, according to a major collaborative study co-led by the University of Sussex.


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