On Location: Sustainability in San Francisco

πŸ†•πŸ“½οΈπŸŒπŸ—£οΈ On-location video blog! Sustainability in San Francisco - Examples from around the Bay Area of some of sustainable buildings, organisations, networks and communities. This blog features the Exploratorium museum and Urban Ore 'ecopark' amongst others. It was filmed before the coronavirus lockdowns, and so also gives an update how these examples are faring and what they are doing to keep going.

Virtual tours (with Digimap for Schools)

πŸ†•πŸŒπŸ—£οΈ Virtual trips with Digimap For Schools - Ideas how to use the GIS tool for different kinds of virtual trips, including DMEs and links to 'real-world play'. Downloadable resources too! Featuring Geograph.org.uk

Mapping a walk (with Digimap For Schools)

πŸ†•πŸ“½οΈπŸŒπŸ—£οΈ Video blog! Mapping a walk with Digimap For Schools - How to use this amazing GIS tool, currently free during coronavirus lockdown, for building lots of skills relevant to primary school syllabuses & beyond. Great ideas for home schooling too. This blog also features Helen Young (Geography Geek), Norfolk Trials and Ordnance Survey.

‘GIS some more (GAeConf20 Part 3)

The final day of #GAeConf20 caused my mind to blow on several ocassions. Corn-starch glaciers, twisty graphs, and more challenge from a radical geographer. It's been quite a ride. Thank you, Geographical Association! #geographyteacher

The #geographyteacher community (GAeConf20 Part 2)

Day two of @The_GA's #GAeConf20 - Not only do I share-on amazing practice and ideas from the #geographyteacher community, but also reflect on how vital such engagements are, especially in times like these.

Kicking it off online (GAeConf20 Part 1)

Today saw the kick-off of the Geographical Association's eConference 2020 - While all of us geographers are unable to gather together this time around - we certainly did in virtual spirit. Here's my quick review and thoughts of a successful first day.

The ‘Downward Spiral’ and the Coronavirus

How the coronavirus pandemic is causing a 'downward spiral' in local ecomonies and what we can do about it.

The Geography of the Coronavirus

The second β€˜Geogramblings’ blog video takes at an event that is currently dominating the news and has everyone speculating - the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). As is typical with such events, the media is awash with news and updates - while here, I take a look at the issue from a geographical point of view.