The Arctic is changing. But how and where is it changing, and why does it matter to those who call it home and those who don't?
25 March 2019
Stay for supper at the Society after Professor Klaus Dodd's lecture, A new Arctic in the making.
Victor tells the story of the sacred river and explains how the fate of the world's most important waterway has
lessons for all the great rivers of our planet.
18 March 2019
Hanifa and Theresa recount the events that led to the first female Afghan ascent of Mt Noshaq, Afghanistan's highest peak, overcoming multiple political, cultural and environmental challenges.
11 March 2019
Stay for supper at the Society after Theresa Breuer and Hanifa Yousoufi's lecture An uphill battle
Maps can be beautiful, iconic and influential. Hugh draws on the Society's unparalleled collection to show how they have lured travellers to places from the 1600s to the present day.
25 February 2019
Stay for supper at the Society after Hugh Thompson's lecture The map tour
In advance of his Monday night lecture in London, Klaus discusses how and where the Arctic is changing and why it matters to those who call it home and those who don’t.
6 February 2019
William recounts his experiences of some of the world's driest places, from the borderlands of the USA to the sacred deserts of Egypt's Desert Fathers.
4 February 2019
Stay for supper at the Society after William Atkin's lecture The immeasurable world: journeys in desert places
This lecture explores the many ways that the natural environment can deliver to the criminal justice system.
28 January 2019
Through sharing his experiences of chasing wildfires accross four continents, Thomas will explore the science of 'pyrogeography' and what it can tell us about the drivers and impacts of environmental change.
21 January 2019
Miranda explores how powerful information about location can be used to build a system of smarter infrastructure to help the UK economy and society to thrive.
14 January 2019
Stay for supper in the Main Hall after Miranda Sharp's lecture Creating a ‘master map’ of the UK:
a route to a better future?
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