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Sinking Cities

In addition to the usual challenges faced, some cities are also under threat from another problem – they are sinking!

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Teachers Fiona Sheriff and Cyrus Golding on receiving the Ordnance Survey Award

In recognition of excellence in geography education at secondary level

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Northern Lights

In May 2024 we were treated to a spectacular display when the Northern Lights reached the UK

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Fraying Ties - The Changing Face of the UK Oil and Gas Industry

The UK's oil and gas industry is undergoing significant challenges in response to addressing climate change

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Sinking Cities

In addition to the usual challenges faced, some cities are also under threat from another problem – they are sinking!

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What are Natural Hazards?

Natural hazards are extreme events created by nature which have a social and/or economic impact on humans.

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2024 - Hottest February on Record

February 2024 saw average global temperatures rise, marking the 9th consecutive month in both sea and surface air temperatures. 

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Beyond ‘Sinking Islands’: Resisting Climate Change in Tuvalu - Dr Liam Saddington

School Member lecture, 13 March 2024

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Population change in Britain since the 19th Century

Urban centres experienced vast population growth between the 1800s and 1900s where the population in towns and cities increased from 30% to 50%.

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Population Change in Britain Since C19th with Professor Alice Reid

Professor Alice Reid is a historical demographer, working on fertility, mortality and health in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

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UK in the Wider World

Despite being a relatively small nation, the UK is an influential player on the international stage.

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Find out more about geographical careers and pathways

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A blueprint for the future

Resources written by the 2023 Rex Walford Award winner, India Owens

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