Changes to the financial system are needed to achieve a just transition towards a net zero future.
Geographical evidence on more cost-efficient approaches to flood management shows us how to reduce the human misery and financial cost of future flooding.
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.
Using GIS to forecast the effect of cold weather on roads has improved safety and reduced cost for councils.
Geographic information is being used to help humanitarian and government organisations visualise data about disasters to predict, prepare and respond to emergencies in Cambodia.
The Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) and thinkWhere are using open source software, open data and cloud technology to coordinate a global network of volunteers providing mapping for disaster preparation, response and recovery.
Mapping the magnetic properties of soils across England and Wales has assisted the Ministry of Defence in creating specifications for new mine detectors.
This event explored the international challenge of food, water and energy security in the run up to the United Nations Rio +20 Conference on Sustainable Development
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