Why do people move? Our educational video resources explore case studies based on the Society's Field Research Programme.
A mission to solve unanswered questions about one of the most remote and least-studied wilderness areas on our planet.
While for many years it has commonly been seen as the world’s most failed and dangerous state, Somalia is also a country with a strong drive for resurrection throughout the coming years.
Examining the processes by which the British were encouraged to become part of the geographies of manufacturing
Alex Nickson talks about flood preparation and resilience in cities across the world
Despite comprising over three quarters of Russia land mass, Siberia is home to only forty million people, one of the lowest population densities of any region or country in the world
Professor Alun Hubbard tells us about his research in Greenland, looking specifically at glacial melt and retreat
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...
In 2015 over one million people crossed the Mediterranean to Europe in search of safety and a better life. Find out their stories.
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