As a junior Doctor in ITU during the pandemic, Helen Blamey seeks re-invigoration from the cliffs and seascape, relishing the elements, each mile becoming a meditation.
This recording is from our annual Geographical journeys: microlectures event, where eight speakers had just 10 minutes each to share their geographical journeys in an illustrated talk.
The event was organised by the Society’s Younger Members' Committee.
Featured image: Hannah Lawton
[In-person] The 2022 edition of the British Society for Geomorphology’s Annual Meeting will take place from 5-7 September.
5 September 2022
Co-founder of NGO Motivation, designing and providing wheelchairs in low-income countries, David has photographed across four continents. As a wheelchair user himself, he has a natural affinity with the beneficiaries.
23 May 2022
The way we talk about the environmental crisis always expresses a worldview. Philosophy can help us to expose the implications of such worldviews and ask whether they are helpful or not.
14 February 2022
Markus tackles the challenges posed by one of the world's most written about and most misunderstood countries – from nuclear threat, to refugees and the media frenzy.
12 March 2018
With basic geographic data lacking in many low income countries, Andy explores how cell phone and satellite technologies offer new ways to help achieve and monitor the Sustainable Development Goals.
15 January 2018
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