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Explore 2016 Friday Night Lecture

The Society's annual fieldwork and expedition weekend begins with a Friday evening lecture.

'Future challenges for exploration and fieldwork'

A selection of TED-talk style presentations to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Explore weekend

  • Friday 18 November 2016 at 6.30pm
  • Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), London

The Explore weekend will open with a series of short TED-talk style presentations on the contributions made by past Explore attendees to field science and exploration, and what they think the future of exploration might look like, over the next forty years.

Speakers will include

The pre-Explore lecture is held annually in memory of Peter Smith, a long-standing RGS-IBG supporter and trustee.

Tickets: Free to Explore delegates. Others £5 donation on the door. No advance booking required.

For further information please contact Geography Outdoors on +44 (0)207 591 3030 or email go@rgs.org.

Previous Explore Friday night lectures have included:

Inspiring a generation: why expedition for the young, and the young at heart, matter
Phil Avery and members of the Bohunt School Greenland expedition, 2015

Drone Revolution: a new tool for exploration and field research
Steve Roest and Mark Allan, 2014

Sailing the Line: across the Pacific
Emily Penn, 2013

London2London: via the world
Sarah Outen, 2012

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