18 November 2019
7.30pm - 9.00pm
Stamford Arts Centre, 27 St Mary's Street, Lincolnshire, Stamford, PE9 2DL
From £9.00 per person for RGS-IBG members, prices vary.
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Sharing anecdotes and clips from past Watches, Gillian reveals some of the most inspiring and a few of the funnier moments from the making of this much-loved series. She will delve deeper into surprising conservation success stories and celebrate some of the unsung conservation heroes and naturalists. Sit back and prepare for an evening of entertaining and inspiring wildlife tales from across the country.
A weekend course for teachers to improve their skills in providing high quality ‘first hand’ outdoor fieldwork and focusing on preparing students for the non-examined assessment (NEA) component of A Level geography.
7 September 2019
From the safety of space, the most dangerous natural events in the world can be monitored using satellites which orbit the Earth. Come and hear from Matthew Blackett as he discusses how such monitoring can prevent major disasters and help save lives.
11 September 2019
Join Michael Bradshaw and a panel of experts as they discuss current and possible future trends in energy consumption and the issues associated with the UK’s low-carbon energy transition.
12 September 2019
Taking the audience on a breathtaking journey across the continent, filmmaker Reza Pakravan will share stories of the tense frontiers, enduring traditions and ordinary people living where climate change has hit hardest: the Sahel.
19 November 2019
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