Hosted by the Nottingham branch of the Geographical Association – School of Education and School of Geography.
Researchers from the University of Nottingham have found a much higher percentage of ‘natural’ fibres than microplastic fibres in freshwater and atmospheric samples in the UK.
This lecture will introduce debates about whether imperialism was the first phase of globalisation, and how empires and the League of Nations offered different models of global governance in the 1920-30s.
A Geographical Association (Nottingham branch) lecture, presented by Dr Richard Field, School of Geography, University of Nottingham.
A lecture looking at current understanding of the carbon cycle in lakes and outlining the importance of linkages between land and lakes.
Presented by the School of Geography and Institute for the Study of Slavery in association with the AHRC Global Cotton Connections project and Nottingham Slave Trade Legacies group.
A project investigating slave trade legacies in Britain, co-run by The University of Nottingham, is appealing […]
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Join the School of Geography for The Hayman Rooke Lecture in Environmental Humanities, ‘What do we talk about when we talk about climate?’