We are the UK's learned society and professional body for geography, supporting geography and geographers across the world.
You can attend our online events no matter where you live. From CPD training sessions for teachers, through public talks and discussions, to our member-only Monday night lectures there is something for everyone.
This Black History Month we’re sharing the stories of a selection of Black geographers from the 1800s through to the present day who have contributed to the better understanding of our world.
Our wide range of online resources supports your work with university students, from advice on conducting virtual fieldwork, through improving digital and data skills, to taking care of your students’ mental health.
Immerse yourself in the stories behind items in our Collections with our online exhibitions.
While the Foyle Reading Room is closed to visitors, you can find out more about the Society’s wider Collections here
Chartered Geographer is the only international professional accreditation that recognises your use geographical knowledge in the workplace.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Society staff are working remotely and can be contacted by telephone or email as usual.
Our events and training programmes have moved online, and our Monday night lectures for Fellows and members are being live streamed each week.
The Society has 32 Research and Working Groups, covering a wide range of subdisciplines from historical or urban geography to the geographies of transport or gender, and many more.
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Browse our catalogue of award-winning resources to enhance geographical learning.
Find out about the advice, training and grants we can provide to support your field research or scientific expedition.
We support cutting-edge geographical research through a wide range of activities in higher education and beyond.
Society membership is for anyone who wishes to be inspired by and stay informed about our planet, its peoples and environments.
Geography is unique in bridging the social sciences and natural sciences. Find out what makes it essential in understanding the world in which we live.
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