Pages: 256- 351
The Routes Editorial Board would like to thank the following Reviewers and Editors for their work on this issue.
Celebrating Routes’ 1st Birthday!
By Dr C Nayeri (Editor-in-Chief) and Dr E Rushton (Managing Editor)
Editorial introduction by Professor Helen Walkington: Student research – from local to global
By Professor Helen Walkington, Oxford Brookes University
Guest editorial from the Royal Geographical Society
The role of tectonic setting and country development on volcanic risk
By Matthew Ball, Anglo European School
Imagined online communities: the digital disruption of traditional geographies of citizenship
By Andre Pancholi, Latymer Upper School
‘Globalisation and global events impact all places’. To what extent is this true?
By Harriet Anne Rigby, Alderley Edge School for Girls
Evaluating the success of contemporary environmental activism
By Eve Nicholson, Hill House Sixth Form Doncaster
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
Sustainability in England’s schools: evaluation of government approaches since 2004
By Yazmin Hall, Liverpool College
Earthquake early warning systems: An evaluation and exploration of their future
By Holly Weale, Bristol Grammar School
The comparative influence of geographical features on development in Russia and China
By Jonah Blake, Hampton School
A spatiotemporal study on the impact of storms on shingle beach deposits at Mgarr il-Xini Bay, Gozo, Malta
By Sasha Cini, University of Malta
A review of ‘Encountering Development: The Making and Unmaking of the Third World’ by Arturo Escobar
By Sophia Jane Buchanan Barlow, University of Exeter
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