The Routes Editorial Board would like to thank the following peer reviewers and editors for their work on this issue.
Editorial introduction by Professor Klaus Dodds
By Professor Klaus Dodds, Royal Holloway University of London
Period poverty in prison: an intersectional commentary on the lived experiences of incarcerated women in US prison facilities
By Jessica Bostock, University of Manchester
Exploring a new exogenous force: Covid-19 and its effects on Didsbury (Manchester, UK)
By Rebecca Dunn, Loreto Grammar School
Nuclear geographies: anti-war feminism at Greenham Common
By Jenna Lowe, Manchester Metropolitan University
An analysis of the problems with electoral politics in an age of climate change
By Matthew Ball, Anglo European School
A literature review of ecotourism in India: policy implications and research gaps
By Beatrice Spicer, University of Birmingham
How can Brazil ensure that sustainable land use planning will meet conservation and agricultural demands by the year 2030?
By Jonathan Alfred Howes, University of York
The impact of the loss of top predators on terrestrial ecosystems
By Sam Allen, University of Cambridge
A ‘strange combination’: neoliberalism and embodiment in the global food system
By Joel While, University of Oxford (School of Geography and the Environment)
Where is the economy? Towards an everyday epistemology of economic geography
By Joshua Paul, University of Cambridge
How do communities in different parts of the world govern the negative effects of globalisation?
By Anastasia Hambi, Lady Margaret School
(Re)making post-genocide peace through the emotions of Cambodians
By Gilbert Mak & Charlotte Tang, National University of Singapore
Evidence of glacial erosional processes that led to the formation of landforms in the Coppermines Valley, Cumbria
By Hannah Taylor, Long Road Sixth Form College
Where are the silt layers in the Albufeira Lagoon (Portugal) sourced from?
By Lily Duffy, Durham University
Public Awareness and Opinions Towards the Proposed River Mersey Tidal Power Scheme
By Megan Connolly, University of York
A review of ‘The Moth and the Snowstorm: nature and Joy’
By Bonnie Ray-Smallcalder, Rainham Mark Grammar School
A review of ‘I Hate the Lake District’
By Henry Jones, Latymer Upper School
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