Our world-leading research aims to deepen our understanding of the enviornments and societies in which we live. It focusses on tackling global challenges related to environmental dynamics, development, risk and resilience, and urbanisation.
The scale of our work ranges from the local to the global – and from the national to the international. It is theoretically informed, policy-oriented and inclusive.
We use innovative research methods and seek to ensure that our findings are accessible to a wide range of people and a variety of different audiences. This includes undergraduate and graduate students, as well as policymakers and the public.
Our research has real world impacts on society, the environment and economy.
A million pound teaching and research facility opened on the Strand Campus in 2010.
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30 July 2019
The Geography BA and Geography BSc programmes have been accredited by the Royal Geography Society…
11 July 2019
A project led by Professor Martin Wooster is gathering airborne imagery and data that will aid the…
28 June 2019
King's students met with Westminster City Council to discuss £28m pedestrianisation project.
20 June 2019
According to Dr Luke Dickens, Joan Littlewood’s vision for a Fun Palace foresaw the sought-after…
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