Geography as a discipline is uniquely located at the intersection of the social sciences, natural sciences, and humanities. This equips geographers to be adept systems-thinkers and focus on the state of our planet and our relationships with it. The learning, teaching, and practice of geography is central to the challenges presented by global climate change.
However, geographers can do much more than present an analysis of these challenges. They also have a vantage point from which they can point to the kinds of thought and action that can deliver a better tomorrow for every person on Earth.
On these pages you can find examples of how geographers apply their unique skillset to encourage protection of nature and a liveable climate, and influence policies around that.