In this podcast, we meet with Laura Schoenberger, and explore how, in countries such as Cambodia, sand mining is contributing to the erosion of estuaries and the collapse of riverbanks. Sand is not a renewable resource within human timescales, so what does this mean for our environment and the countries that will suffer the most insecurity as a result of its loss.
Featured image: Alonso Franco @alonnso / Unsplash
A selection of resources and support from the Royal Meteorological Society
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How gaming technology can be used to enhance geographical research
These steaming swamps share similar characteristics to UK bogs but are densely forested
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