In this episode, John spoke to James Pollard, a PhD Candidate at the Department of Geography at Jesus College, Cambridge, about the article he wrote for Geography on climate change and coastal policy. For reference, you can read James' journal article here for free.
Episode #34: Professor Johanna Waters & Dr Maggi Leung - Geographies of education
Episode #33: Alistair Hamill - Using GIS to bring divided communities together, plate tectonics and photography
Episode #32: Alan Kinder - Talking to the GA's Chief Executive
Episode #31: Iain Freeland - Understanding Ofsted and what makes 'good geography'
Episode #30: Janine Maddison - Virtual fieldwork
Episode #29: Dr Margaret Byron - Caribbean communities in the UK
Episode #28: Paul Turner & John Huckle - Teaching critical school geography
Episode #27: Elizabeth Rushton, Charlotte Arulseelan & Darcy Beardmore-Crowther- Training to be a teacher during a pandemic
Episode #26 - Dominic Dyer: Wildlife protection and animal welfare activism
Episode#25 - Simon Collis & Leanne Chorekdjian-Jojaghaian: SDGs, the primary curriculum and more!
Episode #24 - Alastair Owens: Religion in inner cities and how Covid-19 has changed our relationship with home
Episode #23 - Harriet Ridley: Learning about the climate's future from its past
Episode #22 - Kit Rackley: Why climate change is a safeguarding issue
Episode #21 - Joseph Kerski: How to incorporate GIS into your teaching
Episode #20 - Kate Stockings: How to speak like a geographer
Episode #19 - Mark Maslin: How to deal with climate change deniers and reasons to be hopeful.
Episode #18 - Dr Patricia Noxolo: "Everybody who is here, belongs here. That is a geographical statement."
Episode #17 - Tom Highnett: "Being a geography teacher is a superpower."
Episode #16 - Agatha Herman: Wine, food security, ethical commodity networks, and did we mention wine?
Episode #15 - Tony Champion: urbanisation, migration, elevators and escalators
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