Traditionally, gentrification has been considered a highly urban process, taking place in cities and towns. But gentrification - and its implications for changing landscapes, rising rents, and displacement - take place in rural spaces too.
In this podcast, we meet Professor Martin Philips from the University of Leicester to discuss how TV and Media have constructed representations of rural life in Britain, and how often this may belie the realities and challenges of the countryside.
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Can a Caribbean nation reliant on marine resources develop an economy based on coral reef ecosystems in spite of threats to those resources?
School Member Lecture, March 2022
An interactive resource about development and conflict
What is the link between the Galápagos Islands and Leonardo DiCaprio?
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