1 March 2022
Online and Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR
From £4.00 per person
Everyday we all throw objects away, but do you know what happens to the waste we produce? We will ask our experts and share tips for how we can make more conscious decisions about reusing products.
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[In-person and online] The Amur river, the tenth longest in the world, forms the perilous border between Russia and China. Colin Thubron followed it for almost 3,000 miles.
7 February 2022
[In-person and online] Find out how humans are changing the evolutionary fate of all life on Earth. Expect pizzly bears, cloned polo ponies and genetically modified wolves.
28 February 2022
[In-person and online] We will ask our experts and share tips for how we can make more conscious decisions about reusing products.
1 March 2022
[In-person] This fully interactive face-to-face course is aimed at Key Stage 1 and 2 teachers who are interested in developing spatial awareness skills linked to the Primary Geography curriculum.
30 March 2022
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