Photo: Line Up Milky Over Stonehenge, 2018 © Sebastian Voltmer, Earth Photo 2019 entrant
19 December 2019 - 20 April 2020
Grizedale Visitors Centre, Grizedale, Ambleside, LA22 0QJ
A shortlist of 50 exceptional photographs and four films that document the Earth in all its diversity. Developed jointly by Forestry England and the Society, Earth Photo aims to enable a better understanding of the world around us, focussing on four themes - people, nature, place and changing forests.
More details: www.earthphoto.world
The Earth Photo 2019 category winners were announced at a private event held at the Society in late June and are as follows:
Elisabetta Zavoli, The Landfill Midwife - People category
Sue Flood, Big Blue Berg - Place category
Aennor (collective), Party's Over - Nature category
David Green, Old Hedge, Venton Wood - Changing Forests category
Iris Moeller, Weak and wobbly or strong and stable? - Video category
Elisabetta Zavoli was announced as the overall winner of the competition for her work The Landfill Midwife.
Far from being a space de-tethered from the material world, the Internet has a real-world geography. Mark explores why digital geographies matter, and how we can build more equitable digital futures.
23 October 2019
Andy Owen will lead a workshop on embedding data skills across the GCSE and A Level curriculum. He will provide practical ideas for incorporating data skills into your teaching of different topics and also discuss fieldwork.
8 November 2019
Giving examples of radical, alternative and creative public geographies, Daniel will explain what guerrilla geography is, why it's important and how it's at the heart of the movement he started to make London the world's first National Park City.
14 November 2019
Drawing on the WWF/Netflix Our Planet Series, Matt Larsen-Daw considers what we can all do as we navigate the path ahead.
28 November 2019
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