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Browse our in-person and online events, including our Monday night lectures, regional events and teacher CPD sessions. You can also watch a selection of our past talks.




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Underworld: a descent through poetry

Immerse yourself in poems and short films exploring the textures, musicality, and imagery of the undergrowth.

£5.00 - £12.00
Monday night lecture

Planet Hope podcast live, brought to you by The Times and Rolex

Adam Vaughan, Times Environment Editor, speaks to Denica Riadini-Flesch to discover how regenerative farm-to-closet supply chains in the textile industry is helping to address environmental and social problems.


Professional Insights: starting a new role

Hear from geography professionals sharing their advice in starting a new job.


Sewage pollution: our problem, our solution

Sewage is making the headlines and is one of four top election topics. Find out how local activism and a Southern Water pathfinder project have come together to find solutions and generate new, positive interactions within the local community.


Chartered Geographer introductory webinar

Join this webinar to learn more about the benefits of becoming Chartered.


Dialogues in radical geography: 'public geography'

In this seminar, Professor Danny Dorling and Dr Anna Plyushteva discuss personal experiences of public geography, charting some of the possibilities and pitfalls of academic engagement with wider publics.


Perceiving climate change: water

How do scientists, artists and the wider public ‘notice’ climate change by witnessing changes in the hydrosphere?

Monday night lecture

Traditional remedies: herbalism and magic in 19th century Myanmar

This lecture explores how in the 19th century physical and mental illnesses were treated with herbal remedies gathered in the since decimated forests of Myanmar and with magic potions, prepared by spirit specialists.


RGS-IBG mentoring series workshop: (re)moving shame, avoiding burnout and attuning to energy cycles in the academic context

In this workshop we will explore how gentle yoga, mindfulness, and creative practices can support health geographers with (re)moving experiences of shame and avoiding burnout in academia.


Use geography: careers in climate action

Please note, this event is now cancelled. Apologies for any inconvenience. A careers webinar with insights and advice from geography professionals working in climate action.


Choosing the right university and geography course

This session aims to support students in making the right choices for them when choosing both a university and a geography course.


Applying the lessons from international disaster response to domestic major incidents

An expert panel will discuss the links, similarities, and differences between local and international policies and guidelines for disaster risk management and disaster response.