A new infographic created by a Loughborough University physical geographer explores how negotiations made at the Conference of the Parties (COP) may impact weather and temperatures in the East Midlands.
The road to clean energy in Africa is dependent on whether each country across the continent can solve its own complex and unique set of political, financial, social and geographic circumstances.
Finding funding for greener energy and industry is at the heart of this year’s COP27 summit in Egypt.
It is predicted that the planet’s average temperature could be between 1.1 to 5.4°C (2 and 9.7°F) warmer in 2100 than it is today. But what impact would this increase in temperature have on the global workforce?
Loughborough researcher Dr Madeleine Orr has said the recently published Sports for Nature report has the potential to “increase biodiversity and act against nature loss”.
A new physical activity toolkit for patients and staff in secure services has been launched by Loughborough University academics.
Last week marked the end of the Chiles Webster Batson Commission on Sport and Low-Income Neighbourhoods.
A new report has carried out the first-ever assessment of how sports that take place on landscapes ranging from water, turf, mountains, and cities can act to protect nature.
Many parents will know all too well the struggle with encouraging children to eat more vegetables.
Dr Josh Milburn is appearing at the Being Human Festival this November – exploring issues around the food we eat and its production.
Dr Pooja Goddard is among this year’s cohort of just 16 UK academics to be awarded a Royal Academy of Engineering Industrial Fellowship.
Researchers from Loughborough University are developing innovative ways to use smart meter data to help equip the electricity network with low-carbon technologies.
Loughborough’s research into video consultations has helped shape healthcare policy in Brazil after COVID-19 put unsustainable pressure on hospitals and doctors’ surgeries during the pandemic.
Researchers are hoping that a new cookbook, produced with local community members, will help to show to the people of Ghana the benefits of electric cooking and encourage them to move away from more polluting biomass fuels.
Loughborough Town Deal has confirmed a £2.5 million grant to help build on the town’s reputation for sporting excellence and harness that knowledge for the good of residents.
Colleagues from Loughborough University have agreed a landmark sport policy collaboration with the Sports Intelligence Research Institute (IPIE), from the Federal University of Paraná.
We are delighted to announce the launch of the Institution of Advanced Studies (IAS) Annual Theme for 2022-23.
New research from Loughborough University shows that food labelling that includes the amount of physical activity needed to burn off the calories contained within it would be easier to understand than existing traffic light labelling, and would be more likely to help consumers to avoid high calorie foods.
A global surge in the number of people being housed in temporary refugee camps means new opportunities need to be created to allow those communities to integrate into their host countries.
Loughborough University’s success in working with business and commercialising its research has been underlined in the second iteration of the Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF).
A team from Loughborough University has been appointed by the Kosovo government to draft the country’s new national sports act.
A new project will assess the impact that achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050 will have on the UK’s armed forces.
Loughborough University is hosting a series of events as part of the British Science Festival which takes place in Leicester from Tuesday 13-Saturday 17 September.
In the wake of the WWE's first major event in the UK for 30 years, a group of MPs is announcing its intention to ensure the legacy of the event is a stronger and healthier wrestling industry this side of the Atlantic.
Current controversies about LGBTQ+ representations in the media are traced back to their twentieth-century roots in a season of free public screenings at the Cinema Museum in London.