With a background in the Royal Marines and latterly working for the United Nations, Henry Chamberlain has been involved in ensuring aid reaches places that need it most at times when only a few dare to go. In this lecture he will give us insight into the troubles in getting support, materials and food to these far-flung places and the strategies used to overcome them. He will also be sharing images and stories from some of these expeditions.
Featured image: Henry Chamberlain
[Online] Biota in the seasonal wetlands of southern Africa have developed adaptations to the cyclicity of constraint and opportunity. In this talk, we’ll explore patterns of ‘bumpy’ relief moderated by these biota that are fundamentally important to understanding water and particulate distributions, biogeochemical cycling, and ecosystem structure and function at landscape scale.
21 April 2021
Retail geography in Britain has changed constantly throughout history, but the triple impacts of the internet, Covid-19 and Brexit threaten unprecedented change, possibly irreversible.
27 October 2020
Simon Leatherdale tells us why the coastal woods of the UK are under appreciated on a national level, as they represent a unique natural habitat where beach meets bough.
15 October 2020
Coastal marine ecosystems are not only beautiful, but also reduce impacts from climate change, enhance coastal wildlife, fisheries and local economies.
7 October 2020
A fantastic opportunity to hear from number one best-selling author, Alice Morrison, so close to finishing her latest expedition across the Sahara.
18 August 2020
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