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Geography in practice: the future for rural mobility

This webinar will explore the work of the University of Hertfordshire’s Smart Mobility Unit and Transport East who have been calling for research and future action into regional mobility.

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Geography in practice: assessing river condition for biodiversity net gain

This webinar will look at how the River Condition Assessment method is being applied by environmental consultants and river managers in association with development projects that affect streams, rivers and canals.

Ground truths: exploring the essentials of land referencing

This webinar, hosted by the Society of Land Referencers (SoLR), will introduce and explain the profession of Land Referencing, the processes involved within it, its significance to planning and development and how this relates to those with an interest in geography.

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Applying the lessons from international disaster response to domestic major incidents

An expert panel will discuss the links, similarities, and differences between local and international policies and guidelines for disaster risk management and disaster response.

Geography in practice: biodiversity net gain, a new approach to an old problem

This webinar, led by John Cornell (Natural Environment Team Leader at Greater Cambridge Shared Planning), will examine biodiversity net gain (BNG) implementation in England, focusing on Greater Cambridge's experiences. 

Geography in practice: the ethnic group deprivation index for England and Wales

This is the first of two sessions designed to introduce the Ethnic Group Deprivation Index (EGDI) for England and Wales.

Geography in practice: analysing the Ethnic Group Deprivation Index

This second session on the Ethnic Group Deprivation Index (EGDI), includes a description of its creation, a demonstration of how the data can be used to understand ethnic inequalities in local areas, and hands on training on how to use the index.

Using the Ethnic Group Deprivation Index (EGDI) to inform decision making

The third Ethnic Group Deprivation Index (EGDI) session will outline some potential uses of the EGDI.

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Locally-led humanitarian planning and response … is this the end of international deployments?

This seminar explores fostering locally-led disaster responses, evaluating if current international policies support local leadership, and highlighting successful examples of collaborative programs with co-lead technical inputs.

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Multiscale landslide research at the British Geological Survey

During the sixth World Landslide Forum, 6 key thematic areas of landslide research were identified: Monitoring and early warning, modelling, hazard and risk assessment, mitigation techniques, triggering mechanisms, and climate change. This talk hosted by the British Geological Survey will cover the six key research areas, highlighting BGS activities and recent case studies.