Dr Alex Kent explores Putin’s motivations by reflecting on the meanings of two monumental bronze statues.
Russia invades Ukraine: what next for Putin?
Dr Sarah Lieberman and Dr Alex Kent discuss Putin’s recent decision to invade Ukraine.
COP26 and why it should matter to you
Dr Katie Wooldridge explains why next month’s UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties in Glasgow will be crucial in how we tackle climate change.
Shifting ground at Heathrow airport
Dr Stephen Scoffham asks if the recent Court of Appeal ruling on the third Heathrow runway is a tipping point in more ways than one for environmental issues.
Election priorities – climate change and environmental issues
Dr Stephen Scoffham explores how environmental issues could play a role in the December election.
The girl, the yeti and the cow’s tongue – why maps matter
Professor Peter Vujakovic explains why a map in the new animation film, Abominable, is causing controversy.
Dire straits – geography matters!
In light of the recent incidents is the Straits of Hormuz and Gibraltar, Professor Peter Vujakovic explores the geopolitical importance of the world’s seas and waterways.
A sorry spring? Ash dieback in Kent
As spring approaches Professor Peter Vujakovic discusses the impact of ash dieback in Kent, which has now spread to parts of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Boxit: remapping the Shetland Islands
Dr Alexander Kent comments on a new law stipulating how the Shetland Islands are depicted on official maps of Scotland.