More than just mud, maps and mountains…

Geography in Action is back in London this autumn

Featuring talks on the water and carbon cycles, reducing risk in volcanic regions, globalisation, poverty and exploration, Geography in Action on the November 12th promises to have something for everyone.

We are pleased to welcome Jenni Barclay to speak about the ‘Dangerous Neighbours’ that communities in volcanic regions have to live with and Geraldene Wharton to explore the water and carbon cycles.  Joining them, we have Danny Dorling, who will seek to explain globalisation using seven beautiful and unfamiliar maps.  Sally Lloyd-Evans returns to chair the event and bring her own talk, looking at livelihoods and development in the global South.

As we return to in-person events, Geography in Action continues to feature lively and enriching sessions exploring a variety of topics carefully designed to extend students’ knowledge.  A session on examination success will equip students with the tools to succeed.  For those who are unable to join us in London, the event will also be available via livestream from the venue.


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