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Maps of Ukraine with Cartographic Collections Manager, Katie Parker
When taken in context and with a level of critical thinking, maps can reveal not only what the landscape is like, but also how people interact with it.
Saving our seas
A look into the impacts of plastic in the oceans
Arctic Governance and the Arctic Council
There are approximately 4 million people living in Arctic circumpolar region, around 10% are Indigenous. In this teaching resource, we will examine how the Arctic is governed, and how the Arctic Council functions in light of global geopolitics.
Migration, diasporas, and remittances during Covid-19
Activities focused on migration, diasporas and remittance sending during the Covid-19 pandemic
Carbon Colonialism: How Rich Countries Export Climate Breakdown
Carbon colonialism has been used to refer to the power imbalances in the landscape of sustainability
Why debt burdens are holding back the fight against poverty
By David McNair, ONE’s Executive Director for Global Policy
Glacier recession, the carbon cycle and microbial release
How glacial systems are changing in the Alps and where glaciers are displaying negative mass balance
Eurovision Song Contest 2023
Geographies and perceptions of Europe
New Zealand floods
One of the worst flood events to strike New Zealand occurred on 27 January 2023, with prolonged rainfall causing unprecedented flooding
Is Tokyo too big?
In April 2023 families will receive 1m yen per child if they choose to move out of Tokyo
A resource to mark the 70th anniversary of the 1953 storm surge
What is a country?
Activity for Year 5 and 6 Students
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