8 October 2018 - 1 January 2019
Beechenhurst Lodge, Speech House Road, Coleford, GL16 7EG
A shortlist of 50 exceptional photographs and films that document the earth in all its diversity.
Developed jointly by Forestry Commission 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 Change.
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Professor Roland Gehrels, from the University of York, will speak on sea level change and global warming, asking which lessons from the past can inform the future.
8 January 2019
Join Professor Adrian Lister from the Natural History Museum for a talk on sea levels, ice ages and evolution.
12 February 2019
Best-selling author of Prisoners Of Geography, Tim Marshall delves into our past and our present to reveal the fault lines that will shape our world for years to come.
6 March 2019
Rebecca Scott, from the British Museum, discusses the Neanderthal landscapes of the channel river valley.
12 March 2019
Explore South West launches with this public panel discussion on the topic "Is there anything left to explore in the 21st century?".
8 February 2019
Rob describes the processes of globalisation and outlines some changes in the way cities have become imagined relating to these processes. He identifies four internationally influential sets of ideas which offer urban solutions and illustrates how these ideas have been put into practice on the ground.
13 February 2019
10 March 2019
Toby will describe the beautiful tropical dry forests and woody savannas of Latin America, the threats they face and what we can do to ensure they have a safe future.
13 March 2019
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