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Ideas for further reading from books, higher education publications and the press mixed in with resources from the education team at the RGS-IBG
These steaming swamps share similar characteristics to UK bogs but are densely forested
How is the UK's coastal environment and its management changing?
Five ideas for inclusive fieldwork around your school
Over recent decades the Kafala system has widely been used in the Middle East to fulfil labour shortages
School Member Lecture, 27 September 2017
The Elizabeth Line is the newly named Crossrail project which opened in 2022
Professor Vincent Gauci on trace gases, climate change, and 39 ways we could save planet Earth
Poor air quality is a global problem but do we recognise its extent both spatially and in terms of the number of people affected
Ian Cook, Associate Professor of Geography, University of Exeter
Google Earth, the free to download satellite imagery package from Google provides an excellent starting point for students to organise and present their fieldwork data
Ideas for sustainability fieldwork
Written by Klaus Dodds, Professor of Geopolitics, Department of Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London
Ideas for ecosystems fieldwork
China and North Korea share a border. Both governed by socialist politics, they cooperate with one another politically and economically to create an important alliance in Northeast Asia.
We speak to Journalist and geographer Andrew Jack from the Financial Times
A resource pack produced in partnership with Thames Valley Police
Dr Alison Hulme lectures in Human Geography at Royal Holloway, University of London
There is an opportunity for students to develop their data skills in relation to the multiple meanings and identities of place
The Mekong River is a biodiversity hotspot of global significance, threatened by rapid hydro-power development. We explain why preserving the Mekong's annual flooding is integral to the future of the river and its delta
In December 2015 and January 2015 the UK experienced extreme flooding as a result of Storm Desmond, Storm Eva and Storm Frank
School Member Lecture, 29 June 2016.
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