Another opportunity to visit the sites which are the subject of the Mining Heritage Project, started in 2007.
13 July 2019
A short walk from the marshy remnant of the Somerset Levels, up to Repton's eighteenth century landscaped Blaise Castle Estate, and its secret garden.
7 July 2019
An opportunity to follow another RGS-IBG Discovering Britain walk with its writer.
16 June 2019
Join us for this regional Annual Dinner and reception. Our speaker will be Mike O'Shea, who will talk about his bid to become the first person in history to make it to all six of the world's most inaccessible places.
15 May 2019
John will discuss how, in 1868, Queen Victoria’s government mounted a bid to rescue a small clutch of hostages in the Abyssinian highlands.
14 May 2019
Any science with societal relevance soon finds it must engage with a different world, where opinion and conviction may count for more than evidence. How do scientists bring objectivity to debate?
11 April 2019
A chance to hear members' own stories, talking for 10 minutes about their travels, treasures and experiences.
9 April 2019
Hear about Richard's trek along the Slovenia Mountain Trail, as he speaks about how this 600km trail is more than just scenery, but also a place of understanding.
2 April 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.
27 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
Best-selling author of Prisoners Of Geography, Tim Marshall delves into our past and our present to reveal the fault lines that will shape our world for years to come.
10 March 2019
With the majority of tropical deforestation taking place in small plots, rainforest protection depends on local communities. Cool Earth has pioneered a light touch model that puts local people in control.
7 March 2019
This course provides the skills needed to integrate GIS into your teaching and a set of easy to use teaching resources that can be implemented without specialist GIS knowledge.
19 February 2019
Honouring the achievements of Sir Ernest Shackleton and the men of the Endurance Expedition of 1914-1917, newly digitised images reveal previously unseen details of the crew’s epic struggle for survival both before and after their ship was destroyed.
28 November 2018
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