Access a wide range of articles from peer-reviewed journals and our blog Geography Directions to stay up to date with the latest geographical scholarship and research tackling climate change.
Browse articles from Geography Directions showcasing the importance of geography and geographical expertise to understanding the most pressing issues facing society and the environment.
Browse articles in this open access journal providing an encyclopedic reference for climate change scholarship and research. It also acts as a forum for gaining a wider set of perspectives about how climate change is understood, analysed and contested around the world.
Browse this series of collections presenting how different groups of researchers approach the challenge of reversing climate change.
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Is it better to take to the courts than take to the trees?
Should the price of a litre of petrol include the cost of the carbon clean up?
How ensuring girls get a full education can help fight climate change.
Cattle emit huge quantities of planet-warming methane. But they can be stopped!
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