Geology for Global Development


Guest Blog: A Summer of Volcanic Observation in Ecuador (1)

David Litchfield holds an MA in Social Work and has worked in this field for a number of years. However, experience of travel and living in Latin America led to the renewal of a long-forgotten interest in geosciences and especially in volcanism. On return to the UK he completed a second undergraduate degree in Geosciences with the Open University and is currently studying part-time for an MSc in G ...[Read More]

Guest Blog: Water in Ghana (1) – Introduction

This year, GfGD’s University Group based at Imperial College London will be supporting Imperial Water Brigades, and their Water Brigades project in Ghana. A number of students from the Department for Earth Science and Engineering will be travelling to Ghana in September 2013 to help construct a rainwater harvesting system – and work with local communities who will be using the tank. Ov ...[Read More]