We are the UK's learned society and professional body for geography, supporting geography and geographers across the world.
Discover where geography can take you with our new membership category tailored to the interests of postgraduate students and recent graduates, and access the resources and expertise you need to succeed.
Browse our in-person and online events, including our Monday night lectures, regional events and teacher CPD sessions.
If you have missed out on an event, you can catch up on a selection of these on our talks on demand page.
Learn how geographers apply their unique skillsets to protect nature, mitigate climate change, and influence environmental policies that will help make the world better for us all.
Chartered Geographer is the only international professional accreditation that recognises your use geographical knowledge in the workplace.
The editorial team for Geo: Geography and Environment have published a new editorial outlining their vision for the future of the journal.
22 May 2023
Browse our catalogue of award-winning resources to enhance geographical learning.
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.
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.
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