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This subject knowledge animation explores development challenges in Brazil
This animation explores how the India and the Sustainable Development Goals. How might this dynamic country change by 2030?
By 2050, it is projected that 70% of the world's population will live in cities. 5.2 billion urban residents are expected in Asia and Africa. How is internal migration shaping these cities?
What is dust? How does it get into the atmosphere and shape our climate? Dr Rob Bryant from the Department of Geography at the University of Sheffield joined us to discuss
This school member lecture was delivered by Dr Kimberley Peters from the School of Environmental Sciences, University of Liverpool
Professor Andy Hodson, University of Sheffield
Dr Annie Ockleford, University of Brighton
Written by Peter Jackson, a Professor in the Department of Geography, University of Sheffield
Written by Martin Evans, Professor of Geomorphology, School of Environment, University of Manchester
What is conflict and how does it impact sustainable development? This subject knowledge animation explores the global impact of violence and the promotion of peace and justice
What is gender equality and why is it so important to geography?
This animation explores the development challenges for the Horn of Africa region
Should the global population reach 9.6 billion by 2050, the equivalent of almost three planets could be required to provide the natural resources needed to sustain current lifestyles
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