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Royal Geographical Society (with IBG): the heart of geography
Malaria, mosquitos and maps: Simon Hay
A Fact-Based World View: Dr Hans Rosling
Why are the worlds big rivers so different: Professor Phil Ashworth
Flooding, climate change and the resilience of cities: Alex Nickson
Future oceans: Professor Callum Roberts
Junkyard planet: Adam Minter
London versus the rest: Evan Davis
Mayhem on the Mekong: Professor Steve Darby
Saving the last cheetahs of Iran: Dr Luke Hunter
Siberia - its history and its people: Professor Janet Hartley
Somalia - The World’s Most Failed State?: James Fergusson
The Landgrabbers: Fred Pearce
What’s going on in Greenland?: Professor Alun Hubbard
Will the shale gail prevail?: Michael Bradshaw

Lecture resources

For some of our more curriculum relevant lectures, teaching resources are available

Junkyard planet

Future oceans

Will the Shale Gale Prevail?

Junkyard planet

Adam Minter tells us how recycling represents a multibillion dollar industry

Future oceans

Professor Callum Roberts talks about negative impacts human have on marine life

Will the shale gail prevail?

Professor Mike Bradshaw talks about fracking and unconventional oil and gas

Why are the worlds big rivers so different?

Malaria, mosquitos and maps

A Fact-Based World View

Why are the worlds big rivers so different?

Professor Phil Ashworth discusses the big rivers found in all of the world’s continents

Malaria, mosquitos and maps

Simon Hay shows how maps of malaria help guide policy makers on the killer disease

A Fact-Based World View

Dr Hans Rosling explains how and why the world’s population will stabilise at nine to 10 billion

Mayhem on the Mekong

The landgrabbers

London versus the rest

Mayhem on the Mekong

Professor Steve Darby shows how biodiversity can be threatened by rapid hydro-power development

The landgrabbers

Fred Pearce discusses issues surrounding food production, its links to wealth and development

London versus the rest

London is successful as a city and is twenty nine percent more productive than the UK average

Saving the last cheetahs of Iran

Somalia: The World’s Most Failed State? Siberia: its history and its people

Dr Luke Hunter talks about the quest to save the rare Asiatic cheetah in Iran

James Fergusson talks about past, present and future Somalia and its geopolitical history

Professor Janet Hartley talks about the similarities between Siberia and Russia

What's going on in Greenland?

Flooding, climate change and the resilience of cities

 

Professor Alun Hubbard talks about glacial melt and retreat in Greenland

Alex Nickson talks about flood resilience and preparation in cities across the world

 

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