Our events will enrich your knowledge of the world's people, places and environments. Take a look below, or add our events to your calendar.
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
In 1969 four men successfully completed the first surface crossing of the Arctic Ocean, led by Sir Wally Herbert. On the 50th anniversary of this exceptional achievement, Kari tells their story.
1 April 2019
In an illustrated talk, Alastair describes the making of the new natural history series 'Our Planet'. The stunning films explore the environmental challenges the planet faces, and examine the world's most precious natural habitats.
8 April 2019
After 25 years in the business, Kate explores how geographers are influencing the digital media industries - using their knowledge or cartography, cultural systems and environmental challenges, to build engaging digital worlds.
15 April 2019
Andy Miller, a heritage consultant specialising in post-conflict environments, gives an overview of ongoing restoration projects in the Old City of Mosul in the aftermath of its occupation by ISIS.
29 April 2019
Feeding a growing population from finite resources is one of the major challenges of the 21st century. Peter explores how we can achieve more sustainable and healthy systems of food production and consumption.
13 May 2019
RGS-IBG grant recipients, Katie and Karen recount their seperate journeys along two rivers; the Murray and the Naryn. Whilst challenging themselves, they discovered the difficulties faced by the people who rely on rivers for their livelihoods.
20 May 2019
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