Mozambique has one of Africa’s lowest electrification rates – the national grid reaches just 23% of its population of 29 million people
Examining the processes by which the British were encouraged to become part of the geographies of manufacturing
Dr Kayleigh Garthwaite is a postdoctoral research associate at the Department of Geography, Durham University
Dr Alice Evans is Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Cambridge and she researches inequality, cities, and social change
Professor Katie Willis, Royal Holloway, University of London talks to us about the progress of the Millennium Development goals
Luke Craven and Professor David Schlosberg
Richard Leafe is Chief Executive of the Lake District National Park Authority
Dr Ewan Woodley is a Lecturer in Geography at the University of Exeter
Dr Kimberley Peters, Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Liverpool talks to us about the Governance of the Oceans
Professor Michael Collyer, a Reader in Geography at the University of Sussex talks to us about Migrants on the margins.
Dr Jason Dittmer, a Reader of Human Geography, University College London talks to us about comic books and alternative views of geopolitics
Professor Dave Petley, Pro-Vice-Chanchellor for Research and Enterprise at the University of East Anglia talks to us about landslides and risks
Dr George Adamson is a Lecturer in Geography at Kings College London
Dr Meg Game is an Ecologist for the City of London Corporation
Danielle Smith is a Policy Officer at Oxfam. She talks to us about the ‘Behind the Brands’ campaign
Henry Burgess is the Deputy Head of the Polar Regions Department at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Dr Andrew Brooks is a Lecturer in Development Geography at King’s College London.
Dr Alison Hulme lectures in Human Geography at Royal Holloway, University of London
Dr Ben Page is a Reader in Human Geography and African Studies at University College London
Tristan Shearing works as a London Surveyor for Ordnance Survey (OS)
Daniel Morchain is a Global Advisor for climate change adaption at Oxfam.
Professor Dame Judith Rees was President of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)
Dr Jane Dyson is a Research Associate at the University of Oxford
Dr Karen Tucker is a Lecturer in Politics at the University of Bristol
Gemma Sou is a doctoral researcher at the Institute for Development Policy and Management at the University of Manchester
Dr Bethan Davies is a post-doctoral researcher at the Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences Aberystwyth University
Guy C.K. Leung is a Visiting Scholar at Oxford University's China Centre
Ricardo Fuentes-Nieva is Head of Oxfam GB research and co-author of Oxfam’s 2013 Report ‘Working for the Few’ which focuses on economic inequality
Michael Bradshaw, Professor of Global Energy, Warwick Business School
Shamel Azmeh is a Fellow at the Department of International Development at London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), a visiting fellow at Brooks World Poverty Institute at the University of Manchester, and an associate lecturer at Lancaster Environment Centre at the University of Lancaster
Thomas Birtchnell is a Lecturer of Sustainable Communities at the University of Wollongong, Australia
Chris Foster is a Researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute which is part of the University of Oxford
Dr Kathryn Adamson is a Lecturer in physical geography at Queen Mary University of London
David Sear is a Professor in physical geography at the University of Southampton
Dr Michaela Benson, Lecturer of Sociology, University of York
Seung-Ook Lee, PhD student at the geography department of Ohio State University
Ulrich Kamp, Associate Professor in Geography, University of Montana, USA
Anne Green, Professor in Geography, Warwick University
Ed Manley, PhD Student, University College London
Alan Werrity, Professor in Geography, University of Dundee
Dr Ruth Evans, Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Reading
Liam Carr, Senior Advisor to the Director of External Affairs, US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Regan Koch, PhD Student
Victorine Olwanda, microfinance manager, Kenya
Alasdair Pinkerton, Lecturer in Geography and Geopolitics at Royal Holloway, University of London
Ian Cook, Associate Professor of Geography, University of Exeter
Professor Allan Brimicombe, University of East London
Gemma Hay, Aid Worker with Tearfund
Nick Danziger, Photo journalist
Sarah Henton, graduate student, Alaska Volcano Observatory, Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Dr Peter Stiff
Dr Sylvia Knight
Dr Anjana K. Ford
Dr Bruce Malamud
Jessica Sellick answers questions on Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) and the impact of the recession in the Countryside
Dr Ann Le Mare is a Lecturer in the Department of Geography at Durham University
Professor Sue Grimmond, Geography Department, Kings College London
Dr Mary Gilmartin
Professor Nicholas Owens
Professor Paul Hardaker
Professor Michael Bradshaw
Dr Oli Mould is lecturer at Royal Holloway, University of London. His academic research focuses on urban creativity, activism and politics.
In this podcast we spoke to Professor Endfield about TEMPEST: a database of extreme weather events in the UK.
Dr Suzanne Hall
In this podcast, Professor Andrew Tatem discusses quantifying population movements and data skills in geography.
We discuss young people’s experience of changing places with Dr Sophie Hadfield Hill and Professor Peter Kraftl.
Dr Phil Jones
Dr Sian Davis Vollum
On Friday 21 July 2017, an earthquake hit just off the coast of the Greek Island of Kos, and Turkish city of Bodrum in the Aegean Sea.
Dr Catherine Butler is a Senior Lecturer in the Geography Department at University of Exeter.
Dr Kate Walker-Springett is an environmental social scientist currently based in the Geography department at the University of Exeter.
Professor Mark Jayne
In this podcast, we visit the University of Birmingham to speak to Professor of Atmospheric Science, Rob MacKenzie and Professor of Life Sciences, Jeremy Pritchard.
How can the UK adapt to manufacturing challenges in order to sustain economic growth and resilience?
Equalising education is not just about closing the education and skills gap between developed and developing countries but also about ensuring everyone has the right to a good education
Poor air quality is a global problem but do we recognise its extent both spatially and in terms of the number of people affected
Where do most people aspire to live?
Since 1990, over one billion people have joined a global middle class that earns at least $10 a day
We will need 70% more food to be produced to cope with the massive expansion of urban living, the rise of the middle classes, climate change and resource scarcity
Can societies strike a balance between combating pandemics, while maintaining the hopes of eradicating established diseases
In 2009 the 50/50 point was passed and, for the first time in history, more people live in urban than rural areas
Would overcoming Africa’s digital divide help tackle the more fundamental development gap?
Britain is the world’s fifth richest country, yet poverty in Britain is rising
Our way of life is placing an increasing burden on the planet, but how realistic are visions of a sustainable future?
Our throw away society is polluting large areas of the world's oceans with plastics, threatening marine life and food chains
With pressure on the UK’s ageing energy and transport infrastructures mounting, is it time to put projects of national importance ahead of local concerns?
Does the internet's rapid evolution and increasing role in daily life threaten to leave some sections of society behind?
Some places increasingly suffer from low water supplies for indigenous people on account of agricultural and manufacturing activities serving people in distant societies
Whilst geo-engineering is not a solution to climate change, the question of whether it can be an effective means to delay the impacts of climate changed, is now being asked
Britain is facing a dramatic shift in its population age structure, caused by both a declining fertility rate and a rising life expectancy rate
As our awareness of climate change grows, the issue of carbon, and more importantly low carbon energy, is very much a challenge
Deforestation has been on the global political and social agenda for a number of decades, but it is only now with the link between deforestation and climate change that there is new awareness
Flood, drought and heat wave: these are the three major natural threats that threaten London
Migration is today, as it has always been, a hot topic of debate.
The UK has a projected housing shortfall of 3 million homes by 2020 and the crisis is one of supply meeting demand and where to put these new homes
We asked a range of experts who work on issues surrounding Antarctica to tell us why Antarctica matters to them…
We asked a range of organisations and individuals to tell us how they think Britain is changing...
How our response to natural disasters can be improved and lessons learnt which benefit vulnerable communities worldwide in the long-term
A mission to solve unanswered questions about one of the most remote and least-studied wilderness areas on our planet.
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