A geography researcher from Edge Hill University has been awarded funding to explore how coastal communities in Thailand can use vital data to manage risks around climate change.
An Edge Hill academic has been awarded funding by the Royal Society for a fantastic project to develop new ways of monitoring air pollution.
Paul Aplin, Professor of Geography, discusses his research into tropical peatland in Malaysia, the ecological impact of palm oil production, a common ingredient in many packaged supermarket products, and the steps we can take to ensure a sustainable future for the industry which doesn’t devastate finely-balanced ecosystems.
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A Geology with Physical Geography student at Edge Hill University has been rewarded for her course efforts by picking up a prestigious award.
A work experience opportunity has paid dividends for a Physical Geography and Geology student at Edge Hill University.
An Edge Hill University Geography graduate has seen his dissertation on palm oil sustainability in south East Asia endorsed through its publication in an internationally-renowned publication.
A major study aims to improve understanding of the vulnerability of Thailand’s shoreline and coastal communities to storms, floods and coastal erosion under future climate change scenarios.
Professor Cherith Moses joins Edge Hill from Sussex University where she had previously held a number of positions including Head of Geography, Director of Teaching and Learning and Deputy Head of School in the School of Global Studies and University Director for International Recruitment and Development. She also established and was Director of the Centre for Coastal Research.
Newcastle student Lewis Winship is aiming to put his degree to good use in an ever-changing environment.
Following on from the success of Who are the New Boat People, Edge Hill’s Dr Tasleem Shakur is hosting another event on Monday 19th November to to demonstrate some of the lost voices of the Rohingya.