Changes to the financial system are needed to achieve a just transition towards a net zero future.
Satellite-based remote sensing technology helps to identify the scale of wildfires and their impact around the world.
Geographical research has highlighted and quantified the significant carbon emissions associated with fire, drainage and plantations in tropical peatlands, influencing policy, monitoring and rehabilitation worldwide.
Research by geographers into household water insecurity is improving understanding and helping mitigate water insecurity, and developing flexible research tools for global use.
Fostering effective and engaged collaborative research on climate change in Bangladesh may help mitigate the country’s vulnerability, especially to sea-level rise.
A policy briefing outlining the problem of arsenic contamination and offering policy recommendations on the issue.
Research into cliff erosion rates helped to determine the risk to local residents and their homes.
The Co$ting Nature policy support tool helps to map the relative value provided to humanity by protected areas and other ecosystems.
New techniques for the restoration of rivers have aided urban regeneration and improved local environmental quality.
Monitoring and mitigating changes in flow, sediment plants and insects supports the ecological quality of bodies of fresh water.
A policy briefing exploring geographical perspectives on water policy in the UK
This 2016 policy briefing offers recommendations for flood management policy in the UK across a variety of domains.
An event on how geomorphology can improve our understanding of extreme storms and floods and their impacts.
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