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An alumnus from the School of Geography has been selected as a 2024 national finalist in the British Council Alumni Awards in the category of Social Action.

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An estimated 11,000 sq miles or 28,707 sq kilometres of Greenland’s ice sheet and glaciers have melted over the last three decades, according to a major analysis of historic satellite records.

The back of a child's head as he sits in a classroom facing the teacher who is stood in front of a whiteboard.

Professor Robert Vanderbeck’s research helps teachers to grow their confidence in providing LGBT+ inclusive education, which is essential for the equality and safety of pupils.

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Over the last 12 months, the School of Geography has brought students and staff together to co-create its vision for a redefined curriculum.

A tray with two classes of beer, two hot dogs and a mini football.

Switching to plant-based pies, burgers and hot dogs at home football games over the Green Football Weekend would save more than 250,000kg of carbon emissions, new research shows.