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School of Geography

Geography in Action

When: Wednesday, November 10, 2021, 10:45 PM - 3:45 PM
Where: Emmanuel Centre, 9 - 23 Marsham Street, London, SW1P 3DW, or Online

Speaker: Geraldene Wharton

For A-level and IB students. 

This inspirational and informative programme will appeal to all A-level and IB Geography students studying or about to study globalisation, changing places and the carbon cycle. Geography in Action features five informative and engaging sessions in which leading geographers will extend students’ knowledge.


Understanding the Water and Carbon Cycles: Earth's Life Support Systems - Geraldene Wharton, Queen Mary University of London

Taking a systems approach, Geraldene will explore the key features of the water and carbon cycles over a range of spatial and temporal scales and use the example of a tropical rainforest system to consider their integrated functioning. Finally, Nature-based Climate Solutions, will be examined as part of the suite of mitigation strategies to achieve the goal of Net Zero Carbon Emissions.

Other sessions will also take place - please see the event webpage for more information.

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