More than 250 researchers are working across disciplines and across the University to develop pioneering research which impacts on the world we live in.
Together they are influencing international policy, shaping global debate and developing positive responses to climate change and its associated challenges. Our researchers are not just focussing on the here and now – they are exploring how to mitigate the environmental challenges we will face in the decades to come.
And you can be part of the solution.
A donation to environmental research at Exeter could support anything from simple filtering equipment to large scale laboratories and research centres. It could support student fieldwork, surveying projects, or fund PhD researchers to complete vital conservation work.
Every single pound adds up to make a huge difference and we are incredibly grateful for every single donation.
If you would like to discuss supporting a specific area of interest, then please contact Stephanie Cherington-Rimmell in the Global Advancement team.
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