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Organic matter in tropical peat decomposes very slowly due to waterlogged conditions, and as a result it stores carbon dioxide
Nicholas Wheeler is owner of the Charles Tyrwhitt company and shirt brand
We visit the University of Birmingham to speak to Professor of Atmospheric Science, Rob MacKenzie and Professor of Life Sciences, Jeremy Pritchard
In this podcast we discuss how migration, trade, and tourism has shaped the rural landscape in England and Wales.
All geographers have their own superhero powers - what would yours be?
Hear directly from the Ofsted Geography Lead
Talking fossil hunting, geology and landslides on this UNESCO World Heritage coastline
Raising awareness of drought as a risk in the UK
How location data should be used responsibly and ethically
In this podcast, Professor Andrew Tatem discusses quantifying population movements and data skills in geography.
Dr Nick Westcott from the Royal African Society on the Tanganyika Groundnut Scheme
This book, written by two young people, manages to summarise a wealth of complex scientific findings
We speak to Journalist and geographer Andrew Jack from the Financial Times
In partnership with BBC Radio Four, we present 39 ideas to relieve the stress that climate change is exerting on the planet
A selection of resources and support from the Royal Meteorological Society
In recognition of excellence in geography education at the secondary level
Professor Daniel Parsons explains
What is gender equality and why is it so important to geography?
Jane Rumble is the Head of the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office’s Polar Regions Department
In 2015 over one million people crossed the Mediterranean to Europe in search of safety and a better life. Find out their stories.
In this podcast we're joined by Dr Emma Mawdsley to discuss global development, and how international aid really works.
These steaming swamps share similar characteristics to UK bogs but are densely forested
Ideas on how to use Earth observation in your teaching
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