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Longest-living animal gives climate change clues

A study of the longest-living animal on Earth, the quahog clam, has demonstrated the vital role oceans play in the planet’s changing climate.

Image of Geothermal river in Sierra Nevada wins CGES photo competiton

Student Laura Herron has won the Centre for Geography and Environment and Society field course photo competition.

Resilience: new book contributes to fast-changing debate

An ESI professor's new book adds to the debate around climate change, globalisation, rural and urban poverty and inequality.

Exeter climbs up global 100 for Life Sciences

The University of Exeter has cemented its position among the very best universities in the world for Life Sciences.

Kenyan actors visit Cornwall to share extreme weather experiences

Researchers at the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus will today welcome actors from Kenyan charity, S.A.F.E. Kenya.

Congratulations to Jean De Pomereu

Congratulations to Jean De Pomereu from the Centre for Geography, Environment and Society for successfully defending his Doctor of Philosophy in Geography in an oral examination on 29 July 2015. 

Surfing for science

Scientists from the University of Exeter and Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) plan to use surfers to monitor the coastal environment.

University adds to its Athena SWAN awards in 2015

The University added an additional award to its Athena SWAN tally this year with a Bronze for the Biosciences department at Exeter.

Place Symposium

On 27th March 2015 Kelly Stevens attended the Place Symposium to celebrate ten years of Geography at the Penryn Campus.

10 years of geography teaching and research at the Penryn Campus

On Friday 27th March 2015 the Centre for Geography, Environment and Society (CGES) held its inaugural Place symposium, to celebrate 10 years of geography teaching and research at the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus and to launch its new identity as the Centre for Geography, Environment and Society.