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We support teaching in the classroom and in the field by providing high quality geographical teaching and learning resources.


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Our new website was launched on the 16 October - we hope you like it! You may find that our school resources section might not look as you normally expect it to. While all our resources have been migrated to the new website, the huge number of resources means we have not had time to edit all to fit the look and feel of the new site.

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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.

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Maps of Ukraine with Dr Katie Parker

An interesting insight into the role maps have on understanding a sense of place


Saving our seas

A look into the impacts of plastic in the oceans

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Saving our seas with Sally Earthrowl

Sally Earthrowl is a British geographer and educator who has a wealth of experience in exploring our seas and oceans.


Careers in planning and the built environment

Find out more about careers in town planning and the built environment


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.


Geopolitics and new perspectives on Arctic governance with Dr Ingrid Medby

With Dr Ingrid Medby from Newcastle University


Flight of the Osprey – an ArcGIS activity idea

Flyways are superhighways - important flight paths which migratory birds use either for short migration or very long intercontinental journeys.

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Flight of The Osprey - a conversation with Sacha Dench aka the ‘human swan’


The Priestley Centre's 'Ask a Climate Researcher' series

‘Ask a Climate Researcher’ is a series produced by The Priestley Centre at the University of Leeds. It features climate experts answering climate change questions


Carbon Colonialism: How Rich Countries Export Climate Breakdown

Carbon colonialism has been used to refer to the power imbalances in the landscape of sustainability

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Fraying Ties: what is the UK oil industry? Professor Bridge explains

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