Coffee & Geography Podcast Season’s end: “Baamaapii”

It’s been my first full foray into podcating as a host and producer and I have thoroughly enjoyed it. Sure, the production side of things has been taxing at times, but I've loved developing new skills. But without a shadow of a doubt it has been all the guests that have given me the most pleasure. To celebrate and reflect, I thought I'd put together a piece of poetry. Enjoy.

Apprenticeships in the ‘green sector’ (not just Geography or STEM!)

If you're a Geography or STEM educator, and you're looking for a convincing arguement to get those youngsters into your courses as a way of increasing their options for the future. Then look no further! You're going to want to read this!

I’ll have some Geography with my Coffee…

I'll have some Geography with my Coffee...! The launch of 'Coffee & Geography Podcast' is just days away! Read why you should listen in and subscribe! #geography #geographyteacher

Available Now: GeogPod Podcast Interview

Live Now: My GeogPod Interview where I talk to John Lyon about why climate change is a safeguarding issue, eco-anxiety, how to navigate the politics of climate change, and teaching students to think critically about the climate.

Climate Attribution and the Australian Bushfires

#Climate Attribution & the #AustraliaBushfires - Can we blame #climatechange? Ft @BBCWorld's #DigitalPlanet, @ClimateSignals @CarbonBrief @Jennnnnn_x. Thx to @Weatherquest_uk for supporting my first video! Check it out πŸ™‚