Sikhism originated on the Indian subcontinent, but it has taken on global significance. Continue reading The Geography of Sikhism
Sales of cheap land in African LDCs ought to, and can, benefit all, but too often the impact on local communities is overlooked. Continue reading Exploitative Land Acquisition in Africa
Earthquakes are devastating; the best way to avoid this devastation is through prediction. This has proven to be incredibly difficult, though there is hope for the future. Continue reading Earthquake Prediction
The Karen ethnic minority have experienced persecution in Myanmar since the outbreak of war 70 years ago. Sebastian Corso explains the background, and some potential solutions. Continue reading Karen Refugees
August Courtauld argues that humanity has adapted to new circumstances in the past, and so can adapt to the future challenges of climate change too. Continue reading History and Climate Change: The Optimistic Perspective
Max Hitchin argues that history tells us humanity is most likely to fail to adapt to climate change. Continue reading History and Climate Change: The Pessimistic Perspective
Global food insecurity has been trending upwards due to unsustainable farming practices and climate change, with COVID-19 and the Ukraine conflict exacerbating the issue. Continue reading Why is Food Insecurity Rising?
Russia’s desire to conquer Ukraine rests in geography just as much as politics. Continue reading Why Russia Wants Ukraine