Browse our selection of case studies, showcasing the importance and relevance of geography in tackling the climate crisis and its effects on human populations and the environment.
Changes to the financial system are needed to achieve a just transition towards a net zero future.
Transformative change is needed in how flood risk and water security are managed in urban environments, in the UK and globally.
Collaborative research and networking by geographers established and supported community action against climate change across the UK.
Fostering effective and engaged collaborative research on climate change in Bangladesh may help mitigate the country’s vulnerability, especially to sea-level rise.
An interdisciplinary team worked with local fishers in southern India and institutions to co-produce knowledge about and responses to weather hazards.
This case study summarises the key themes discussed by our panellists at the second fireside chat, organised by the Disaster Risk Management Professional Practice Group in April 2021.
Read the findings of our expert panel discussion on how approaches from insurance can help inform the NSRA methodology review.
Satellite-based remote sensing technology helps to identify the scale of wildfires and their impact around the world.
Research by geographers into household water insecurity is improving understanding and helping mitigate water insecurity, and developing flexible research tools for global use.
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