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Welcome to the new and improved EEES website

Welcome to our new and improved website. This new version is more accessible and easier to navigate.

Our mission is to provide a world-class centre for environment, Earth and ecosystems teaching, research and knowledge exchange that promotes social and environmental justice and empowers scientific citizens. This requires effective communication with up-to-date information.

We will use this website to provide an overview of the different areas of our work—teaching, research and knowledge exchange—as well as other updates in our school.

This news section will keep you informed about recent developments in our school, about the latest work undertaken by our staff and students, and with updates about relevant projects, activities and initiatives.

The site includes a Twitter feed. You can follow us (@OU_EEE) to become part of our social media community.

If you are connected with EEES in some way, e.g. as a current or previous student, please contact us if you’d like to share news that will be of interest to our community. Please use our contact page to get in touch, or use our Twitter feed.

If you have comments about the new site, we’d love to hear from you. Please use our contact page to get in touch.

New EEES Website


Floodplain Meadows Partnership, winner of Ecover’s ‘Fertilise the Future Fund’

​​The OU-led Floodplain Meadows Partnership (FMP) has been crowned UK winner of 

22nd March 2021

Seeking volunteers to co-design citizen science

Are you interested in nature, biodiversity, the environment as well as technology? Would you like to contribute to the development of technological services for citizen science? 

11th March 2021

New OU/BBC Series: Gold Town

Dr Julie Robson from EEES has been working alongside colleagues from FASS as an academic consultant on a new OU/BBC series called Gold Town

1st March 2021
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