Geography for post-16 education

Geography for post-16 education

This website has many resources for Geography and Geoscience students and teachers at the post-16 level (A-Level in the UK). Across the website, pages that are especially useful for A-Level are highlighted with a yellow flash, which will help guide your reading. The pages here will help you find the content you’re looking for.

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1 thought on “Geography for post-16 education”

  1. Harris Saddique

    I am a year 12 student from Doctor Challoner’s Grammar School in Buckinghamshire. During my Geography GCSE I became particularly interested in studying Antarctica so for my Extended Project Qualification I decided to pursue it further.

    My project is “What are the consequences of not protecting Antarctica Economically, Environmentally and Politically?”

    With the Antarctic Treaty having a huge gap in addressing climate change, governments and organisations from across the world are currently struggling to adhere to the 1.5 degrees celsius climate change target. I would be very grateful if you could provide me with your opinion of what recommendations/changes you would like to see in the following three categories to ensure protection of this continent:

    A) Economical
    B) Environmental
    C) Political

    Your assistance in this matter would be greatly appreciated and will make a huge difference to my project, even a few short sentences would be amazing as I appreciate you must be very busy.

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