Join our online events, including talks and panel discussions, to learn more about geographers' work on climate change, its effects and policies designed to mitigate it. You can browse other events on our What's on page.
[In-person and Online] Join Kew’s Director of Science in this talk where he’ll share his personal journeys into our planet’s extraordinary biodiversity. Will we ever understand and protect it before it’s gone?
16 January 2023
[Online] Join us for our free, online sessions for geography teachers who wish to build their confidence in teaching the mathematical content of A Level geography.
18 January 2023
[In-person] Norman takes us on a journey through the history of the canal from its conception to the present day.
24 January 2023
[In-person and Online] What can objects tell us about Antarctic history? Jean presents some of his favourite Antarctic objects from a new book co-authored with Dr Daniella McCahey.
6 February 2023
[In-person] Stay for supper at the Society after the Antarctica: a history in 100 objects lecture and meet other members and their guests.
[In-person] In this session, we revisit a recent teaching resource outlining its relevance to agendas to diversify and decolonise geography and providing a stimulus to open up discussions with delegates.
10 February 2023
[In-person and Online] Hidden gems, secret tunnels and incredible histories: the ever-enthusiastic broadcaster regularly unlocks and explores Britain’s railway heritage for enraptured TV audiences.
13 February 2023
[Online] Join our Chartered Geographer coffee morning to meet and network with other Chartered Geographers.
16 February 2023
[In-person and Online] The key environmental challenges of our times are to stabilise our climate system and reverse the decline of biodiversity. Yadvinder will explore the role of tropical forests in addressing both.
20 February 2023
[In-person and online] Water shortages pose a major global challenge. 'New' water offers a solution. The lecture will examine what is driving water shortages and critique the solution of 'new' water.
22 February 2023
This CPD event is for teachers with little or no previous GIS experience.
14 March 2023
[In-person and online] Volcanic eruptions continuously reshape our planet and pose serious hazards at varying scales. Illustrated by recent eruptions, the talk explores the features they create.
15 March 2023
[In-person] Essential training for new EVCs responsible for the policies and practice around risk management for out-of-school visits.
21 March 2023
[Online] This online event will focus on introducing Digimap for Schools and how it can be used across the KS2 and KS3 curriculum.
22 March 2023
[In-person] A guided visit to the construction site of Seaham Garden Village, the first large scale mine energy district heating scheme in the UK.
25 March 2023
[In-person] This course is aimed at Key Stage 1 and 2 teachers who are interested in developing spatial awareness skills linked to the primary geography curriculum.
25 April 2023
[Online] Join this webinar to learn more about the benefits of becoming Chartered.
27 April 2023
[In-person and online] Members of the Chartered Geographer Assessors Committees are invited to attend the forum to discuss best practice, feedback and their perspectives regarding professional accreditation and assessing.
15 May 2023
[Online] A four-week accelerator for those eligible for Chartered Geographer to focus your efforts in preparing your application portfolio.
1 June 2023
11 September 2023
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Steel-making is a huge emitter of carbon dioxide. Is green steel a genuine possibility?
A fresh way to keep food cool and cut food waste.
Explore new carbon-cutting ideas in this BBC radio series run in partnership with the Society.
Concrete block are the foundations of the moden world. But they could be greener.
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