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How do the social sciences contribute to an understanding of environment and how is society intrinsically entangled in its past and future? More to the point, what can be done and does ‘acting globally and thinking locally’ have any effect? George Revill discusses some of these key issues that form the basis of DD213, the new second level environment module, and also explains the fieldwork and skills development that are intrinsic to this exciting new course.

Presentation time: 
Thursday, 14 June, 2018 - 15:25
With: 

George Revill

My background is in historical-cultural geography and I have always been particularly interested in landscape as a way of understanding past and contemporary experiences of place and environment.

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