Brexit! The Urban and Regional Implications is a free workshop which will discuss the potential economic consequences of Brexit for both regions and cities across the UK.
Co-sponsored by our Economic Geography Research Group and organised by the Cities Research Group, based at Cardiff University, the workshop will bring together a number of academics from across the public and private sectors to explore potential strategies for mediating the economic consequences of Brexit.
Speakers at the workshop will include: Philip McCann, Professor of Urban and Regional Economics from the University of Sheffield; Anne Green, Professor of Regional Economic Development from the University of Birmingham; Councillor Huw Thomas from Cardiff City Council; and Dr Rachel Minto, Research Associate on Brexit and UK devolved politics from Cardiff University.
Brexit! The Urban and Regional Implications workshop will take place on 29 March at Cardiff University. This event is free to attend, however spaces are limited, so please book in advance. Book now.
We are delighted to announce that our Weddell Sea Expedition resources have been selected as a finalist for The Education Resources Awards.
An incredible photographic exhibition illustrating Shackleton’s exploration of Antarctica and his crew’s epic struggle for survival is now on display at Clydebank Museum and Art Gallery.
It’s the time of year when pupils are choosing which subjects to continue studying at both GCSE and A Level and we have a range of resources to encourage them to choose geography.
Out now, March’s issue of Geographical magazine includes a look at the need for decommissioning the thousands of ageing platforms and equipment used by the offshore oil and gas industry.
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