A roundup of geography-related news that may be of interest to teachers and students
By Dianna Smith, University of Southampton, Lauren Rixson, Public Health England, & Nisreen Alwan, University of Southampton There is a rare week or even day when food insecurity (where someone…
Rich countries like the UK have almost left coal power behind, but it’s not as easy for developing countries.
Number of deaths could have been halved if EU member states had followed WHO’s new guidelines
Re-flooding coastal wetlands could provide an opportunity to 'use sea level' rise to fight climate change
Failures to respond adequately to the floods that hit Germany and Luxembourg in July 2021 must teach us how to prepare for future climate disasters.
Cold-water corals live in the Atlantic’s frigid depths – and the UK is a stronghold for them.
By Oli Mould, Royal Holloway University of London This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. Director Denis Villeneuve’s most rec…
The landmark agreement reflects a growing recognition of nature’s role in helping to address global warming. Still, critics said it wasn’t ambitious enough.
The Maldives is facing coastal erosion, overdevelopment and a tide of plastic pollution.
‘Hyperscale’ warehouses filled with computer servers use water for electricity and cooling.
COP 26 News
CheTerraPesti monthly #76, The earth beneath your feet - A soil magazine. Jan. 27th, 2021
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