A presentation on the role of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in shaping (the study of) environmentally-related human mobility.
In spite of their repeated failure, dams and embankments continue to be favoured as flood control technologies in India.
Historical records are fundamental for understanding climate change, extreme floods, droughts and water management.
Wednesday 28 October, 2020.Gloria will discuss her life growing up in a segregated United States, her work with the Civil Rights movement, and her current work.
Tuesday 27 October, 2020. David Olusoga will discuss the specific challenges of bringing black history to life, both for young people and mainstream audiences.
Monday 26 October, 2020. Kelechi Okafor will explore the Angry Black Woman narrative and why it is a trope that can be dismantled by reclaiming anger.
Friday 23 October, 2020. Wayne Reid works in the Social Care sector. He'll be discussing racism in the UK in general and within his profession.
Wednesday 21 October, 2020. Sado Jirde, Director of Black South West Network, will be discussing how to create alternative spaces for Black people to thrive.
Drip irrigation is promoted globally as a water conserving technology. India leads the world in the rate of expansion of drip irrigation and total area.
Friday 16 October, 2020. Shawn Sobers will be talking about the history of the House, projects that have happened there, and how the space is used now.