We deliver high-quality geographical research and impact that drives disciplinary agendas and addresses major societal and environmental challenges locally, nationally and internationally.
We are passionate about research and where it can take us. We are constantly pushing the scientific boundaries of geographical and environmental research, setting new intellectual agendas and advancing conceptual, theoretical and methodological debates.
We also use our knowledge, skills, curiosity and creativity to design and conduct research that matters and makes a difference in the world. We pursue answers and solutions to challenging questions and problems across the social and natural sciences. Most importantly, we provide an inclusive research environment where postgraduate, postdoctoral and academic researchers work closely together to develop their research careers.
Read more about research in Geography and Environment here, or visit the School website to learn more about wider research activity across the eight School of Social Sciences and Humanities research themes:
Over £20M in new research awards since 2014
We are recognised for our excellence and leadership across six interdisciplinary research themes where we exhibit world leading strengths.
Our expertise also contributes in important ways to well-established international, national and cross-campus research networks.
The Loughborough Centre for Sustainable Transitions: Energy, Environment and Resilience (STEER)
STEER’s aim is to develop world-class, agenda-setting research to support delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with a particular focus on SDG 7 on ensuring access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all and inter-connected SDGs.