Pages: 138- 255
The Routes Editorial Board would like to thank the following Reviewers and Editors for their work on this issue.
By Professor Gillian Rose, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford
Guest editorial from the Royal Geographical Society
By Chris Buckton, Education Assistant: Ambassadors and Schools/HE, Royal Geographical Society
By Mary-Jane Farrell, University of Sussex
By Sophia Buchanan Barlow, University of Exeter
By Valentina Dima, Latymer Upper School
By Rebecca Denver, Lancaster Royal Grammar School
Violence at the border: borders and their deleterious socio-political effects on international migrants
By Adrian Wang Xinting, University of Oxford
By Catrin Stephens, Aberystwyth University
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
By Sahil Rane, Dhirubhai Ambani International School
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