I did mine on comparing how beach morphology changes along a coastline and chose two beaches in particular.
It might be easier for you to narrow down the possibilities if you decide whether you’d prefer to do human or physical geography. (There’s typically a lot more variety to choose in human geography) Then you can start thinking about what topics in human interest you as well as what you have access to.
I know some of my friends did about pollution, waste, clone towns, sand dunes, cliff /beach geology etc.
Really it’s best to choose one that you find interesting because then you’ll have more motivation to work on it and put more effort in.
Hope this helps
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Our school had 2 groups, one for human and one for physical.
Physical geographers went to the beach and looked at impacts of coastal erosion/effectiveness of coastal defences etc.
Human geographers went to a deprived part of the local area and looked at impacts of deprivation and successes of regeneration. Previous years went to the Olympic park and looked at regeneration there.
There was even a group of students one year who wanted to go to Mt. Vesuvius to do their coursework on volcanoes!