Storm Geomorphology: geomorphic contributions in an age of extremes

An event on how geomorphology can improve our understanding of extreme storms and floods and their impacts.

The future of small area population statistics

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

Putting a price on the priceless: valuing nature?

This event explored the science, principles and impacts of how natural assets are valued for conservation and landscape management in the UK

What keeps the UK healthy? Geographical perspectives on work and worklessness

In this event, contributors discussed the geography and impacts of the economic downturn on health and the challenges of long-term worklessness

Navigating the perfect storm: international dimensions

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

The case for High Speed Rail: a regional, social and economic perspective

Contributors to this ESF event examined evidence from the social sciences which can contribute to debates on the future of new High Speed Rail lines in the UK

A perfect storm ahead: food, water and energy security

This event explored the ‘perfect storm’ that may lie ahead, if a combination of food, water and energy shortages were to unleash public unrest and international conflict.

Water Policy Seminars 2009-2012

Between 2009 - 2012, the Society organised seminars on water policy at Future Water , the annual conference of the All Party Parliamentary Water Group.