To establish the University’s standing and increased reputation for quality research and strategic partnerships with funders, government and business, we have chosen to actively place our Research Centres and Groups at the heart of our strategic plans.
Lincoln Centre for Water and Planetary Health focuses on solving the most pressing global environmental and societal problems emerging from the world’s largest rivers. These include climate change impacts on extreme floods and droughts, flood-related contamination from metal mining and processing, and waterborne and vector-borne diseases affecting humans and animals where riverine environments provide the principal habitat.Find out more
Development, Inequality, Resilience and Environments addresses the most urgent and immediate threats to the resilience of human-environment systems and seeks to understand the complex interactions between societies and the landscapes they inhabit that precipitate vulnerability, including rural and urban dynamics.Find out more
Find out more about the postgraduate research projects currently being undertaken in the School of Geography. We have wide areas of expertise in the School spanning climate change, river and coastal processes and pollution, waterborne diseases, biogeography, environmental behaviour, rural economy, social and political geography, development studies, and more.
Find out more about the Moana Water of Life international conference. This three day event showcased the School of Geography's research and demonstrated how the School has been engaging with the wider community both locally and internationally.
Learn more with our direct follow on of Moana Water of Life with the Water of Life: Science, Faith and the Climate Crisis brochure.