Applying rock dust to croplands could absorb up to 2 billion tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere, research shows
Adding crushed rock dust to farmland could draw down up to two billion tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air per year and help meet key global climate targets, according to a major new study led by the University of Sheffield.
University of Sheffield scientists to support delivery of research into safe geological disposal of nuclear waste
Researchers from the University of Sheffield, in partnership with The University of Manchester, will support the delivery of independent evidence-based research to underpin the development of a UK Geological Disposal Facility.
How lockdown is disrupting coping strategies for people experiencing fuel poverty
Dr Robert Marchand from the Sheffield University Management School has co-authored an article for UKERC highlighting the affects of lockdown on vulnerable people who struggle to afford to heat their homes, and calling for government support.Published by UKERC