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The artists Susie Hamilton, Naja Abelsen and Eleanor Havsteen-Franklin discuss their exhibition which explores Inuit culture, environmental concerns, and the Arctic expeditions undertaken by their forefathers in Greenland, inspired by the Society’s archives, NIRS residency and workshops in Greenland.

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Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR

  • lectureMike Blackburn conducting a survey of the landscape

    Studying the landscape

    Mike demonstrates the changing geographical face of the landscape through many centuries of human occupation in Cheshire, on The Wirral and along the River Dee - transport systems, industrialisation and urban growth.

    £0.00 - £5.00
  • Members plus guestCitizens on Goa sit on the tracks protesting against the expansion of a railway through the forests of Goa.

    On a precipice: saving wildlife in India

    This talk explores the challenges and complexity of conserving endangered wildlife in a densely populated, land scarce, fast growing economy.

  • lectureRiver pothole eroded in granite on the bed of the Orange River, South Africa

    Rivers over rock: potholes and their significance

    Drawing on examples of river potholes and their significance for natural and cultural heritage the talk combines science, art and culture with landscape and underwater photography.

Key Information

Open to all
20 November 2023, 2.30pm-3.45pm
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)

Member £0.00, Non-member £5.00
Member £0.00, Non-member £5.00
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