Featured image: Rupert Sagar-Musgrave

Younger Members’ Committee events

Earth Photo exhibition: South region social

Join us for a guided walk to enjoy the Earth Photo 2022 exhibition followed by refreshments, outdoors in the iconic Moors Valley Country Park in Dorset.

Everest through the lens

[In-person] The Society’s new exhibition marking the centenary of the Everest expeditions in the 1920s.

COP26 one year on: international climate politics after Glasgow - John Vogler

[In-person] Global energy price rises and the associated shock to the international political order of the Russian invasion of Ukraine - what now for UN climate negotiations?

Stretch and challenge in geography

[Online] In this session, we will explore what we really mean by 'stretch and challenge' and how to implement and plan for a successful stretch and challenge.

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Changes to online journals and Geographical magazine

From January 2021, all Fellows will automatically be able to access our full range of scholarly journals online.

At a moment when global cooperation is under threat, this lecture examines the history of internationalism, with particular reference to the international role of RGS-IBG.

Shortlisted images and films for Earth Photo exhibition announced

A shortlist of 50 exceptional photographs and films that document the earth in all its diversity has been chosen for the Society’s inaugural Earth Photo exhibition.

Symbols of Hope: The Refugee Olympic Team

Geographical, the magazine of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), visits the Olympic Refugee Team to see how a unique set of athletes are making history on the global stage.