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.
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.
Dr Alexander Kent comments on a new law stipulating how the Shetland Islands are depicted on official maps of Scotland.
Dr Daniel O’Donoghue examines what will become of regional planning policy after Brexit
With the recent renewal of Cold-War-era tensions, Dr Alexander Kent reflects on the parallels that are being drawn with the past.
Professor Peter Vujakovic looks at how Kent’s farms could help with biodiversity and improve the local environment.
Professor Peter Vujakovic discusses how a sense of place can impact upon world affairs.
Jim Butcher, Reader in the Geography of Tourism, looks at the relationship between short term volunteering and development.
Professor Peter Vujakovic explains how the ‘veteran’ tress of 1987’s Great Storm can show us the resilience of nature.