The impact of COVID-19 on the geological cycle - Alice Fugagnoli

In this episode of Geography now, geologist Alice Fugagnoli discusses her PhD research on the effect of microplastics on the geological cycle, and how the impact of COVID-19 might be seen by future generations.

Book now for our autumn teacher CPD events

Our autumn programme of teacher CPD events is now available to book online.

Reaching for the Poles: the South Pole - Eugene Rae

From Phipps to Fiennes: a look at some of the explorers who tried to reach the North or South Poles and some who tried to do both.

Author meets critics: Geographies of Anticolonialism

Join our Author meets critics session with author of Geographies of Anticolonialism, Dr Andy Davies of the University of Liverpool.

Congratulations: GCSE results day

Congratulations to everyone receiving their GCSE geography results today.

GCSE geography on the rise for the ninth successive year

The number of students studying geography GCSE in 2020 has continued to rise, with 255,344 candidates sitting the exam in English schools; a 1.7% increase on the candidate numbers from 2019.

Reaching for the Poles: the North Pole - Eugene Rae

From Phipps to Fiennes: a look at some of the explorers who tried to reach the North or South Poles and some who tried to do both.

Apply for our Wiley Digital Archive Research Fellowships

We are delighted to announce applications for our Wiley Digital Archive Research Fellowships are open.

A fantastic opportunity to hear from number one best-selling author, Alice Morrison, so close to finishing her latest expedition across the Sahara.

Antipodes on the page - Eugene Rae

Antipodes on the page looks at the European encounter with Australia and New Zealand from the early navigators and first colonists through to the period of inland exploration.

Don’t miss the PGF@Home Twitter conference

Join our Postgraduate Forum as they hold their first Twitter conference from Tuesday 25 to Thursday 27 August.

Congratulations: A Level results day

Congratulations to everyone receiving their A Level geography results today.

A Level geography results reveal decline in numbers

A Level results published this morning, Thursday 13 August 2020, by the Joint Council for Qualifications show a decrease in the number of students sitting the examinations in geography.

Apply to give a microlecture

Do you have a journey you want to share with others? Can you inspire, entertain and engage a public audience? Have you always wanted to speak on the Society’s Ondaatje Theatre stage? If so, apply now to become one of 2021’s microlecturers.

Seaside pleasure piers are unique heritage assets and flagship tourism attractions at Britain’s coastal resorts, but piers are increasingly under threat. 

Brian Black (1943 – 2020)

Brian Black was a renowned environmental journalist, Arctic sailor and former UTV presenter. 

WIREs Climate Change celebrates 10 years

WIREs Climate Change, a Wiley journal published in association with the Society and the Royal Meteorological Society, is celebrating 10 years of publishing.

When research gets personal – online discussion sessions

Our Geographies of Health and Wellbeing Research Group are hosting a series of online discussion sessions on the realities of doing research that is personal.