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Upcoming Monday night lecture

Teaching sustainable development: Indigenous experts, fossil fuels and the Geography for all agenda

[In-person] In this session, we revisit a recent teaching resource outlining its relevance to agendas to diversify and decolonise geography and providing a stimulus to open up discussions with delegates.

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