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Royal Geographical Society (with IBG): the heart of geography
Investigating the social and political responses to flooding
Well-being in the aftermath of a flood
Food poverty and insecurity in the UK
Gendered divisions in work and care
Gentrification and creative practices
Evaluating the Millennium Development Goals
Environmental justice, food and communities
Managing the Lake District National Park
Communicating Climate Science
Governance of the oceans
Migrants on the Margins
Comic books and alternative views of geopolitics
Landslides and risks
The societal responses to El Niño
Hampstead Heath Ponds Project
The ‘Behind the Brands’ Campaign
The Antarctic Treaty
The Ethics of Fast Fashion
The commodity trail of cheap goods
Diaspora, Remittances and Development
Working as a London Surveyor
Resilience and Vulnerability in Development
The water challenge
The Politics of Educated Unemployed Youth
The Quipu Project
Environmental Risk in the Urban South
Antarctic glaciers
Energy in China
Inequality
Unconventional oil and gas
Production networks and trade
The Making of Geographies of Manufacturing
ICT and development
Glaciation
Coastal erosion
British migration to rural France
China and North Korea
Glacial change
Employment in Britain
Digital mapping
Flooding
HIV and AIDS
Overfishing
Public space
Microfinance
Superpower geographies
Food globalisation
The impact of London 2012
South Sudan
Millennium Development Goals
Volcanoes and volcanology
Suburbs
Climatic Systems
Jurassic Coast
Met Office
Japanese earthquake and tsunami
Geophysical Global Events (GGEs)
Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD)
Fair Trade
MapAction
GIS
Urban climatology
Identity and citizenship
Ocean acidification
Meteorological forecasting
Global energy security
Shipping and globalisation
Sustainable agriculture
Antarctica
International migration
Water planning
UK transport

Ask the Experts

Explore our growing series of interviews and questions and answers (Q&As) from leading geographical experts and practitioners on a variety of topics.

Topics (listed on the left hand side) range from Geophysical Global Events and GIS for disaster management to urban climatology and ocean acidification.

Our six latest interviews are:

Well-being in the aftermath of a flood

Sustainable energy access in Mozambique and South Africa

Investigating the social and political responses
to flooding

Kate Walker-Springett

Marcus Power

Catherine Butler

Governance of the oceans

Mapping population and displacement

Food poverty and insecurity in the UK

Kimberley Peters

Andrew Tatem

Dr Kayleigh Garthwaite

Kayleigh Garthwaite

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