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Ending the daily work commute may not cut energy usage as much as one might hope

1 May 2020

A mass move to working-from-home accelerated by the Coronavirus pandemic might not be as beneficial to the planet as many hope

University of Sussex retains award for excellence in researchers’ career development

11 February 2020

HR In Excellence in Research Award goes to University of Sussex for sixth consecutive year for excellence in supporting researchers develop careers.

Climate change already damaging health of world's children, according to Lancet report

14 November 2019

A new report, co-authored by experts at the University of Sussex, warns about the health impact of climate change on the world’s children.

Performance based on real attack forms part of endeavour to rise against extremism through the arts

31 October 2019

A University of Sussex Professor is promoting the use of the arts to counter extremism and fanaticism.

New research suggests groundwater in Africa could be resilient to climate change

8 August 2019

Groundwater could offer a sustainable way to provide clean water, after research finds it may be relatively resilient to climate change.

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.

New initiative by religious groups provides safe passage to vulnerable refugees

31 October 2017

University of Sussex policy briefing on Humanitarian Corridors – a new way of helping vulnerable refugees that is gaining momentum in Europe.

Geography student finds 2,000-year-old Native American spear and arrow points

26 April 2016

A student who took part in a field trip to Southern California has discovered 2,000-year-old Native American spear and arrow points.

Sussex-led international study looks at the life chances of migrants

11 June 2014

A Sussex geographer is leading a major project on the vulnerability of migrants who have moved to some of the world’s most pressured cities.

Sussex Anthropologist examines the social meltdown in Greece

26 September 2012

Sussex social anthropologist Dr Dimitris Dalakoglou explains in a documentary how Athens has become the stage for strikes and protests.

Sussex wins funding to bring environmental research back down to earth

12 June 2012

Geographers at Sussex have been awarded funding for projects that look to the soil for a better understanding of our impact on the environment.

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