Changes to the financial system are needed to achieve a just transition towards a net zero future.
Geographical research on refugee children’s experiences of the asylum process has contributed to improved decision making and welfare outcomes.
Young people’s inputs to urban planning and design has improved Garden Village developments
Geographical research changed government policy and popular understanding of the importance of common land and green space in local communities.
Geographers led the impact study assessing environmental, socio-cultural and economic effects of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Modelling and forecasting patterns of demographic change helps regions to prepare for the impacts of national policy changes.
This briefing paper addresses 10 controversies, evaluating popular notions around health risks, geographies of alcohol consumption, and norms or cultures around drinking.
A better understanding of urban deprivation has helped central government and local authorities target spending to areas in most need.
A policy briefing exploring geographical perspectives on water policy in the UK
A briefing paper exploring the geographical research and evidence relating to the impact of migration on the economy and society of the UK.
This 2016 policy briefing offers recommendations for flood management policy in the UK across a variety of domains.
This event drew together experts to understand key issues in small area population data and promote informed responses to the ONS consultation on the census and the future provision of population statistics in England and Wales
Between 2009 - 2012, the Society organised seminars on water policy at Future Water , the annual conference of the All Party Parliamentary Water Group.
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