Themes

Themes

Moving towards a more inquiry-based model for geographic study

Landforms, weathering and erosion – it's all about how the basement of this big beautiful Earth was built.

Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Tsunamis and all the background evidence that connects these phenomena

From Pleistocene glaciation right up to present-day ices sheets, glaciers and fluvio-glacial landforms.

Rivers are the arteries of the land masses bringing water from their sources in the highlands to their mouths at the sea.

We live day-to-day with weather, but climate – that's long-term and oh so changeable.

Life on Earth. Incredibly diverse and equally vulnerable.

The World's population is approaching 8 billion, but thankfully, it is now slowing and becoming healthier and wealthier.

How countries the world over co-operate, and not.

A global village? Homogenization or great minds think alike. Maybe a good dose of glocalization will help.

Resource consumption has many perspectives: they are both a blessing and a curse; some have, many have-not; linear use model or will we get to a circular model?

Rural-to-urban migration plus rapidly-growing populations = urban growth and expansion like we've never seen.

It's not what Earth is doing to us, it's what WE have done and are doing to our only home in the Solar System.

Pre-Covid, tourism was one of the largest industries in the world. How will it far in the. year to come?

Still to come . . . Indigenous Studies, Leisure and Tourism. Stay tuned.