61st London International Youth Science Forum

LIYSF is a two week residential event welcoming 500 of the best young science students from over 70 countries around the world, aged 16-21 years old. They attend our international meeting as national ambassadors.

For the love of sharks – Steve Backshall and special guests

Steve Backshall and other special guests of the Shark Trust will share stories of discovery and connection and their love for this fascinating family of marine animals.

London map fair

The world's largest map fair brings together over 40 of the leading British and international antiquarian map dealers, as well as hundreds of visiting map aficionados from all parts of the world.

Design for Wildlife: 'How Many Elephants'

Design For Wildlife are delighted to bring you an evening of adventure from the front line of conservation in Africa.

Participatory Geographies Research Group away weekend

A weekend of comradery, conversation and coproduction.

The Best of Kendal Mountain Film Tour

Each year the very best films from the Kendal Mountain Festival are hand-picked by Porter’s Progress UK as we proudly host the Best of Kendal World Film Tour.

Sir Edmund Hillary Memorial Lecture with Ben Fogle

Join Himalayan Trust UK to listen to Ben Fogle’s journey up Mount Everest. Ben is an award winning broadcaster and adventurer. The lecture supports our valuable work in Nepal.


kcwc General Meeting with special Guest Speaker

An event organised by Kensington and Chelsea Women's Club. Lady Carnarvon talks about the 1,000 year history of Highclere Castle and the Carnarvon family, right up to the present day and the forthcoming Downton Abbey motion picture.

Edward W. Said London Lecture: is justice still possible?

The rights of Palestinians are enshrined in international laws and resolutions. Yet Israel and its supporters continually act against them. Four world-renowned scholars ask how international law can change this reality.

2019 Whitley Awards Ceremony

The annual Whitley Awards Ceremony for international nature conservation will celebrate six new winners as they are presented with their prizes - which are also known as Green Oscars - by the charity's patron, HRH The Princess Royal.


Sex in the garden: Flowers, fruit and foraging

This event will bring together garden designers, researchers and horticulturists who will share practical and inspirational approaches ranging from kitchen gardens to open Mediterranean climes.

Just a Drop: for the love of nature

Award winning wildlife documentary makers, Patrick Morris and Huw Cordey, take a look at the wildlife, people and environmental stories that have inspired them over the last thirty years of wildlife film making.



International conference exploring how geospatial science and research can unlock the power of data to enable decision-makers to tackle the most pressing global challenges.