Mar 6, 2020
Is Coronavirus the end to Ageing Populations?
May 30, 2018
Once a player always a player? Reflections on Gentrification
I am the typical candidate for regenerated developed: white, middle-class, professional and a DINKY. Gentrification is often noted as having a negative impact on the original locals. How can I reduce the negatives of gentrification, whilst still benefiting from living in these areas?
May 8, 2018
Kebabs: A legacy of migration
A reflection on food as a symbol of identity. Focusing on Kebabs as a legacy of the Turkish Gastarbeiter in Germany. With a comparison to the UK's current situation with the Windrush Generation.
Feb 18, 2018
Lopsided Cliffs that Reduce Coastal Erosion
Whilst trekking along the Montenegro coastline, I stumbled across some cliffs that were tilted into the sea, looking dangerously unbalanced. These were cliffs with landward dipping bedding planes and are actually very resistant to erosion. Read on to find out why.
Feb 17, 2018
Cannabis in Copenhagen:
Within Copenhagen exists a small hippy commune, Christiania. Although physical boundaries do not exist to separate Christiania from the rest of Copenhagen, there is a clear social border. Here we explore Christiania through the geographical lens of Borders, Meetings and Flows.
Feb 16, 2018