The perfect opportunity to find out about the latest geographical research while networking with over 1,800 delegates from around the world.
27 August 2019
A workshop bringing together academics, and the public and private sectors, to discuss potential urban and regional impacts across the UK, and possible urban and regional strategies for mediating the economic consequences of Brexit.
29 March 2019
As nationalisation versus privatisation arguments re-emerge, Stephen will explore the rescaling of nuclear industry governance to draw wider lessons for contemporary Britain.
27 March 2019
A visitor to downtown Mexico City might not realise that this was once a lake where, in 1325, the wandering Aztecs found their promised land. Systematic excavations of this site have been ongoing since 1978.
A workshop for postgraduate students who currently, or aspire to, teach in geography, earth and environmental sciences.
25 March 2019
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?
Russell will describe the cultural traditions in Faroese and Vincentian whaling and how they impact on current sustainability practices.
21 March 2019
A buffet-style showcase of some of the most exciting and original new work examining environmental issues.
Danny will be talking about inequality and what Brexit teaches us about the British, while Klaus will be asking "who owns the Arctic?"
20 March 2019
19 March 2019
Dr Sarah Evans will speak about women’s participation in RGS-supported expeditions between 1913 and 1970.
18 March 2019
Toby will describe the beautiful tropical dry forests and woody savannas of Latin America, the threats they face and what we can do to ensure they have a safe future.
13 March 2019
One of the lead authors of the IPCC October 2018 report chapter on ‘Impacts on Natural and Human Systems’, Sally will speak on the impacts of 1.5°C of warming on coastal and marine areas, particularly in the South of England.
7 March 2019
This talk considers the colonisation of residential neighbourhoods by university students and some recent changes in student and developer behaviours which may help to curb the further expansion of studentified residential areas.
5 March 2019
Neil will offer a historical perspective on flooding in York.
26 February 2019
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