• Edge Hill University committed to action on climate change

    Edge Hill University has joined with Universities UK (UUK) and fellow universities from across the UK to showcase their climate change research as part of a major new campaign backed by actress and environmentalist Lily Cole. The campaign follows a new poll carried out by Universities UK and Opiniom which has revealed that parents see […]

  • World Environment Day

    Academics at Edge Hill University are highlighting the effect of Covid-19 on the natural rather than human world to mark World Environment Day. The fallout of the global pandemic for the human race has been well-documented but on World Environment Day, Friday 5th June, it is important to remember the outcomes for the natural world […]

  • ‘Trophy Hunting’ Shortlisted

    Geoff Beattie’s book ‘Trophy Hunting’ has been has been shortlisted for a 2019 Taylor & Francis Outstanding Book and Digital Product Award in the Outstanding Professional Category! This book explores the psychology of trophy hunting from a critical perspective and considers the reasons why some people engage in the controversial activity of killing often endangered animals […]

  • Air Quality Project Awarded Royal Society Funding

    An Edge Hill academic has been awarded funding by the Royal Society for a fantastic project to develop new ways of monitoring air pollution. Paul Aplin, Professor of Geography at Edge Hill University, has been awarded a Royal Society-Newton Mobility Grant, part of the Newton Fund, to help develop new methods and tools for monitoring […]

  • SustainNET Launch Event

    SustainNET’s launch event will take place in Edge Hill University’s Business School sometime in the coming months….watch this space for more details: Launch Event