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A group of leading researchers are calling for urgent government action to rapidly scale decarbonisation efforts among small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to help achieve national net zero targets.
Sheffield Hallam University has secured funding to lead a new partnership project to improve energy efficiency and make food processing more sustainable through the development of new technologies.
A new project by researchers at Sheffield Hallam University aims to document the social history of home heating in Britain as the era of fossil fuel heating comes to an end.
The current wildfires in the Mediterranean region are far more expansive than usual. Logically, they are a consequence of climate change – prolonged drier periods, increased air temperatures and the resultant stronger, warmer, drier winds.
Sheffield Hallam University has signed a new agreement to continue one of the biggest conservation and nature recovery projects in the area
South Yorkshire Mayor Oliver Coppard has joined Sheffield Hallam University and partners to celebrate the ‘topping out’ of the University’s new city centre campus development
A pioneering sustainability centre, launched today (14 June 2023,) is set to help South Yorkshire meet the challenges posed by the climate emergency, while also providing positive opportunities for the people, places and businesses in the region.
Sheffield Hallam University has launched a new fellowship programme to recruit up to 40 leading researchers to help expand research into key societal issues including population health, climate change and AI.
Sheffield Hallam has launched an ambitious climate action strategy, outlining the University’s commitments to net zero and a more sustainable future.
Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Bradford have secured more than £618k to support Leeds-based business Rakusen’s to become more sustainable and meet demand for growth.
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