Kinver Edge: landscape and conservation - field visit

This walk, guided by Mick Grove and Ian Dixson, will examine the heath and woodland habitats of the Edge. 

The geopolitics of the energy transition - Professor Mike Bradshaw

Join Michael Bradshaw and a panel of experts as they discuss current and possible future trends in energy consumption and the issues associated with the UK’s low-carbon energy transition.

Eye in the sky - Matthew Blackett

From the safety of space, the most dangerous natural events in the world can be monitored using satellites which orbit the Earth. Come and hear from Matthew Blackett as he discusses how such monitoring can prevent major disasters and help save lives.

Fieldwork skills for GCSE and A Level geography teachers

A weekend course for teachers to improve their skills in providing high quality ‘first hand’ outdoor fieldwork and focusing on preparing students for the non-examined assessment (NEA) component of A Level geography.

Camera trapping for wildlife conservation

This two-day workshop is for university students intending to carryout biological surveys using camera trapping techniques as part of a field research project.

Wilderness Festival

Join us for a day of talks, debates, and conversations exploring how and why we see planet Earth the way we do.

Origins: how the Earth made us – Professor Lewis Dartnell

When we talk about human history, we tend to focus on great leaders, mass migration and decisive wars. But how has the Earth itself determined our destiny? How has our planet made us?

Origins: how the Earth made us – Professor Lewis Dartnell

When we talk about human history, we tend to focus on great leaders, mass migration and decisive wars. But how has the Earth itself determined our destiny? How has our planet made us?