The research and activities of the Mersey Gateway Environmental Trust - David Colbourne

[Online] An insight into the research and activities of the Mersey Gateway Environmental Trust, focusing on the unique habitat and wildlife of the estuary.
 

Around the world with Nellie Bly - Rosemary Brown

[Online] Back in 1890, trailblazer Nellie Bly circled the globe faster than anyone ever had - in 72 days. 125 years later Rosemary followed in her global footsteps and has now written her biography.

Can elephants and people safely coexist - Susie Offord-Woolley

[Online] India is home to 60% of the extant Asian elephant population and also has one of the highest human populations in the world. This has meant that pressure on available elephant habitat is ever increasing and has led to a high degree of human-elephant conflict.

COVID-19 and the geography of disease dynamics - Professor Andy Tatem

[Online] Pandemics are nothing new for humanity. What is new however, is the speed by which local outbreaks can reach all parts of the planet. Professor Tatem will highlight the importance of geography in understanding disease spread, designing elimination strategies and planning for the next pandemic.

Indigenous approaches to climate change: traditional knowledge and modern solutions - Kiliii Yüyan

[Online] Photographer Kiliii Yüyan illuminates stories of the Arctic and human communities connected to the land. Informed by ancestry, he explores the human relationship to the natural world from different cultural perspectives. 

Project UKFall: Retrieving meteorites and why it's important - Dr Luke Daly

[Online] Discover how projects like UKFall are tracking fireballs to recover meteorites, providing new insights into our solar system's history.