Parliamentary candidates will describe how they would promote a fair and sustainable society when they attend a Question Time event at the University of Exeter organised by Geography and Transition Exeter.

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Changes to the Earth’s oceans, caused by extreme volcanic activity, triggered the greatest extinction of all time.

PLACE symposium

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.

Direct evidence for a positive feedback in climate change

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