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Women are breaking with tradition and helping rebuild Nepal after the earthquake two years ago.

Women are breaking with tradition and helping rebuild Nepal after the earthquake two years ago.How Nepal quake turned women into builders

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A simple schematic model of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano summit, crater and ash plume as seen on Blue Peter's Make It.

Could smelly maps linked to the odours of a city play a role in fighting dirty air? Our environment correspondent Matt McGrath follows his nose.

In Regent's Park in central London I am down on the grass, sniffing the air like a dog.

Views of the World - worldmapping beyond mere description

Views of the World - worldmapping beyond mere description

Christchurch Earthquake 2011

by Samantha Fisher New Zealand’s Alpine Fault has moved more in the last 25 million years than any other known land fault on Earth, according to new research from the Victoria University of Welling…

CNN: New Zealand earthquake kills 65 - YouTube

CNN: New Zealand earthquake kills 65

Christchurch Earthquake 2011 - YouTube

Central Business District (CBD) then and now. Song: In the House, In a Heartbeat - John Murphy

Montserrat GCSE Geography Case study - YouTube

Montserrat GCSE Geography Case study - YouTube

Protecting the Earth: how big is your ecological footprint?

Protecting the Earth: how big is your ecological footprint?

Graphic showing how many Earths would be required to support the world's population

If 7 Billion People Lived Like… Tim de Chant has created a great infographic that shows the ecological footprint that would be used if the whole world’s population (estimated at 7 billion) lived like the inhabitants of various countries.

Quote by Ken Jennings: “The decline of geography in academia is easy to...”

Ken Jennings — ‘The decline of geography in academia is easy to understand: we live in an age of ever-increasing specialization, and geography is a gener.