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Nicholas Crane: Humans Shaping Britain

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The Making of the British Landscape: From the Ice Age to the Present Nicholas Crane, the current director of the Royal Geographical Society, will discuss how from ancient ritual landscapes to the building of the Shard, humans have shaped this British island habitat as powerfully as it has shaped us. Using the latest research in global climate change, Nicholas will explore how we have shaped our habitat and how it has shaped us over 12 millennia, taking into account the twin drivers of climate change and population growth.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Geographical Society (CUGS) talks series.

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