VOLUME 3 ISSUE 2
Pages: 72- 148
Editorial introduction: Volume 3, Issue 2. “I thought it was just colouring in”: tips on applying for Geography at top universities
By Eleanor Luxton (School of Geography, University of Oxford, GeogSoc)
Living in harmony with nature: environmental politics, the rights of nature and avoiding the hothouse earth
By Evie Wilkinson, Durham University
The effect of spatial inequality on Nigeria’s development
By Jack Doran, Birkenhead School
Preventing the loss of apex predators
By Hannah Evans, Harris Crystal Palace
The role of social media in managing, mitigating, and recovering from natural hazards
By Ross Somerville, University of Glasgow
Can food be produced more sustainably to support the growing world population?
By Caitlin Jones, Christopher Whitehead Language College and Sixth Form
Nanook of the North: one hundred years on. Film Review
By Anna Elizabeth Woolley, Wallington High School for Girls
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