Blending hydrogen into the natural gas network is a viable and promising strategy for vastly reducing CO2 emissions, a pioneering trial has shown.

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Keele University has secured nearly £1m in Government funding to implement an ambitious decarbonisation scheme on campus which will save 241 tonnes of CO2 every year.

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A study led by a Keele scientist has given researchers a greater understanding of the mating behaviour of a devastating African crop pest, which will help them to develop better methods of pest control and management.

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Keele has been recognised as the top university in the world for sustainability at a prestigious awards ceremony celebrating sustainability in higher education.

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A major smart energy project in Rugeley involving Keele University has taken a major step forward with the demolition of the town's former cooling towers.

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Keele natural scientists have taken delivery of two innovative high-tech electronic devices that will help them in the University’s drive to help the UK tackle climate change.

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A research collective co-founded by Keele University is playing a crucial role in a Government-backed scheme to make energy generation in the North Sea more environmentally friendly.

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A Keele University lecturer has received the coveted Sustainability Champion award at a prestigious national awards ceremony for her work to promote sustainability in her chemistry teaching.

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Keele University has outlined a core set of principles that will guide its activities over the next decade to support its ambitious plans of becoming carbon neutral by 2030.

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Keele University has taken home the top prize at this year's Green Gown Awards, which celebrate sustainability in Higher Education.

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A UK-first trial at Keele University to blend hydrogen into the gas network in a bid to reduce carbon emissions has now been completed successfully.

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A temporary breakdown of Earth’s magnetic field 42,000 years ago sparked major climate shifts that led to global environmental change and mass extinctions.

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Scientists studying ocean temperature and sea level changes from thousands of years ago have said their data could be crucial to understanding climate change and improving projections of how our world may change due to global warming.

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Keele's Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost, Professor Mark Ormerod, has been invited to join a prestigious environmental sustainability advisory group.

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Professor Zoe Robinson speaks about Keele's approach to integrating sustainability into every aspect of the curriculum

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