By Eva Mills-Thomas and Oliver Norman, University of Cambridge
The comparative influence of geographical features on development in Russia and China
By Jonah Blake, Hampton School
Earthquake early warning systems: An evaluation and exploration of their future
By Holly Weale, Bristol Grammar School
Sustainability in England’s schools: evaluation of government approaches since 2004
By Yazmin Hall, Liverpool College
To what extent should the issue of human population growth be considered as threatening as the issue of climate change?
By Talia Treble, Colyton Grammar School
Evaluating the success of contemporary environmental activism
By Eve Nicholson, Hill House Sixth Form Doncaster
‘Globalisation and global events impact all places’. To what extent is this true?
By Harriet Anne Rigby, Alderley Edge School for Girls
Imagined online communities: the digital disruption of traditional geographies of citizenship
By Andre Pancholi, Latymer Upper School
The role of tectonic setting and country development on volcanic risk
By Matthew Ball, Anglo European School
World War ‘V’: Emissions change if Birmingham became vegetarian and contemporary attitudes towards vegetarianism
By Mollie Cross, Timothy Lane, Celine Germond-Duret, Liverpool John Moores University
Violence at the border: borders and their deleterious socio-political effects on international migrants
By Adrian Wang Xinting, University of Oxford
Intersectionality and its radical roots: implications for the discipline of geography today
By Mary-Jane Farrell, University of Sussex
Post COVID-19: Are we entering a new phase of globalisation?
By Valentina Dima, Latymer Upper School
Mosques in Malaysia: British colonial architectural influence and forming a new national identity
By Catrin Stephens, Aberystwyth University
Two competing goals: can sustainability and development ever be compatible?
By Sophia Buchanan Barlow, University of Exeter
Does globalisation lead to good health outcomes?
By Rebecca Denver, Lancaster Royal Grammar School
Where is the economy? Towards an everyday epistemology of economic geography
By Joshua Paul, University of Cambridge
The impact of the loss of top predators on terrestrial ecosystems
By Sam Allen, University of Cambridge
How do communities in different parts of the world govern the negative effects of globalisation?
By Anastasia Hambi, Lady Margaret School
A ‘strange combination’: neoliberalism and embodiment in the global food system
By Joel While, University of Oxford (School of Geography and the Environment)