High Water Common Ground
Geography: Year 10-11 • Educational, Documentary, Short Films
As severe floods become more common communities and researchers around Britain are exploring ways to work with rather than against nature to manage flood waters
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Line in the Sand
In Alashan, a remote region of grassland or steppe in the Mongolian Autonomous Region of China, the desert is growing by 1000 square kilometres per year. Fifty years ago there were 50 springs in the area, three rivers and 800 small lakes.
Today, sand dunes roll across the plain and the springs, r...
Beavers without Borders
Beavers used to be an integral part of the UK landscape but they were pushed to extinction over 400 years ago, hunted for their meat, oils and fur. With the loss of this species came the loss of balance and ultimately a less resilient environment. Restoring beavers helps with UK climate change an...
Hope in a Changing Climate
This is China's Loess Plateau, until recently this was one of the most poorest regions in the country. A land renowned for floods, mudslides and famine, but with the fanfare comes the hope of change for the better. They have successfully transforming a baron landscape into a green and fertile one.