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Biodiversity in focus, locally and beyond

The University is collaborating with a range of partners including Fife Council, Kinkell Byre, Abbeyford Leisure, Forest & Land Scotland, Fairmont Hotel, St Andrews Botanic Garden, local farmers and estate managers, to…

COP28

Leading from an initiative spearheaded by Dr William Austin in the School of Geography and Sustainable Development in 2021 where the University was invited to attend COP 26 in Glasgow as an observer, several delegates…

For Peatlands Sake

In 2023 the Wardlaw Museum, in partnership with Dr Katy Roucoux from the School of Geography and Sustainable Development, curated an exhibition showcasing the important role peatlands play in climate change…

The Third Generation Project

Third Generation Project (TGP) is an innovative think-tank, based in the School of International Relations. TGP collaboratively advocates and promotes the collective rights of communities, in particular those who are…

Peatlands Research

In the School of Geography and Sustainability, Dr Ian Lawson’s work concerns peatlands in Amazonia and the Congo. These peatlands are a vital source of carbon storage but these stores are potentially vulnerable to…

The Politics of Nature and Place

The Politics of Nature and Place (IR4578, taught by Dr Roxani Krystalli) invites students to engage with nature and place as crucial forces that shape our understanding and experience of world politics. How have…