Struggling with an EPQ question related to geography

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I'm taking A level Biology, Geography and German and I was hoping to link two of the together in an EPQ question - I want to study climate science so I was considering that. However, I have to do an independant study in Geography so now I'm not sure.
A question I was considering before was 'What is Germany doing to combat climate change' but eh. Any ideas?
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(Original post by jetedeteste)
I'm taking A level Biology, Geography and German and I was hoping to link two of the together in an EPQ question - I want to study climate science so I was considering that. However, I have to do an independant study in Geography so now I'm not sure.
A question I was considering before was 'What is Germany doing to combat climate change' but eh. Any ideas?
Something to do with the impacts of geographical processes on various organisms? It could be something like the impact of climate change on sea life
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Something to do with the impacts of geographical processes on various organisms? It could be something like the impact of climate change on sea life
I was considering something like this actually, but we did the impact of climate change on coral reefs already in geography so I'm not sure if it would be allowed.
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I was considering something like this actually, but we did the impact of climate change on coral reefs already in geography so I'm not sure if it would be allowed.
You would probably be allowed to do it but it's not exactly pushing you to do research if you've studied it in class. It could be something like the impacts of volcanic processes on organisms, or linking physical processes to the origin of life which would probably have lots of interesting biochemistry.
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