Welcome to the British Geological Survey podcast, Rock the Mic. In this monthly podcast we'll be talking to a whole range of experts from the field of geology to explore the intersection of geoscience and modern life, and to interrogate how the Earth Sciences can address issues people really care about.
Geomagnetism with Sarah Reay
This month, we caught up with Sarah Reay from our Geomagnetism team to discuss why we study the Earth's magnetic field, the best location for a geomagnetic observatory, and some tips for spotting the elusive Aurora Borealis.
To find out more about geomagnetism, visit www.geomag.bgs.ac.uk and follow @BGSSpaceWeather and @BGSAuroraAlert on Twitter.
Geoscience and the Sustainable Development Goals with Joel Gill
In the second episode of Rock the Mic, we chat to Dr Joel Gill about the role geoscience plays in achieving the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, the ethics of storytelling, and his new book https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030388140https://www.bgs.ac.uk/people/gill-joel/
Geoscience and climate change with Karen Hanghøj
In the first episode of the British Geological Survey podcast, we speak with Director Karen Hanghøj about critical Earth materials, climate change and COP26, due to be held in Glasgow in 2021.https://www.bgs.ac.uk/people/hanghoj-karen/https://ukcop26.org/