The majority of the Society’s events, including our Monday night lectures and teacher CPD sessions, are now taking place online. You can also watch a selection of our past talks.
Don’t miss out, download our events programme to your calendar.
[Online] If you want to understand what’s happening in the world, look at a map. Tim Marshall shows us the power of geography and takes us into ten regions that are set to shape global politics and power.
22 April 2021
[Online] The panel brings together international experts across the risk pooling community, from donors, through development agencies to pool managers, to discuss the challenges and opportunities afforded by risk pools, and how they can most effectively benefit vulnerable populations within them.
23 April 2021
[Online] Wade Davis tells the story of Colombia, a nation that has not deserved its agonies, a land with the greatest cultural, ecological and biological diversity on the planet.
26 April 2021
[Online] Join us for an informal discussion as we delve into this new book which reveals in beautiful detail the bird's song, habitat, characteristics and migration patterns, as well as the environmental issues that threaten its livelihood.
27 April 2021
Explore the benefits of and barriers to blue-green cities in this discussion forum for professionals, policy-makers and researchers working on flood resilience and urban development.
[Online] Our contributors have gone off the beaten track in Britain and will share with you their guide on where and when to go, sharing ideas around how we can all travel and live a little more sustainably.
28 April 2021
[Online] Dr Griffiths takes us to the fascinating underwater world of the Antarctic where life has even been found beneath the ice in pitch black and far from food sources.
29 April 2021
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