28 January 2020 - 2 February 2020
10.00am - 5.00pm
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR
Coinciding with World Wetlands Day on 2 February, the aim of this week long event is to explore and celebrate the values of coastal and freshwater wetlands in England and Wales through an interdisciplinary combination of physical science, social science, economics, human and cultural geography, poetry, audial and visual art.
Funded through UKRI’s Valuing Nature programme, the exhibition reflects on how wetlands are important for human health and wellbeing and how science / art collaborations can provide ways to enhance wetland management and show wetlands as awe inspiring, biodiverse and culturally rich places.
Leads: Tim Acott (WetlandLIFE) and Nicola Beaumont (CoastWEB)
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12 May 2020
A day of informative sessions for Year 12 pupils who are considering geography as a career option to find out more about where studying geography can lead.
19 May 2020
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