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Founded in 1830, the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) is dedicated to the development and promotion of geographical knowledge, together with its application to the challenges facing society and the environment.



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Air quality for all: On 30 October our panel discusses a hidden hazard: poor air quality.

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Monday Night Lectures

27 October 2014:
Baghdad: city of peace, city of blood - Justin Marozzi

03 November 2014:
What’s going on in Greenland? - Professor Alun Hubbard

10 November 2014:
Migrants on the margins - Professor Richard Black

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Regional events

28 October 2014:
Securing Britain’s energy needs: is fracking the answer? (Chester)

30 October 2014:
Annual dinner - Stuart Hepburn, Howard Hull and Nigel Woodhouse (Windermere)

2 November 2014:
Capturing water - Robin Grey, Pennine Prospects (Saddleworth)

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