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IEGS Geography Class Visits London

By Megan Rocher

IEGS students in their third year taking Geography recently went on a field trip to London, accompanied by their teachers Mr. Bjarnestam and Mr. Walker. As part of their studies on the Geography 2 course, the aim of the trip was to investigate the urban geography, plans for sustainable urban development and city planning of London. On the trip the students carried out field work in the form of surveys at various locations in the city, asking Londoners about their knowledge and habits regarding sustainable transportation, water use and more.

The trip also included a number of visits

The Sustainable Stockholm Project

By Editor

As part of their Geography studies at IEGS class NS2A has been working hard on a project about urban sustainable development in their city. Their teacher Mr. Bjarnestam gave them a task to investigate Stockholm City´s climate work and how it may be improved, as well to come up with ways of suggesting how urban sustainable development may be achieved. Divided into groups, the class carried out research on themes such as transportation and energy use. For the project, a special web page was also created and all text and other documentation the students produced ended up on the web page.


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