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Any science with societal relevance soon finds it must engage with a different world, where opinion and conviction may count for more than evidence. How do scientists bring objectivity to debate?

Students get hands-on with geography

A Level students from across the UK took part in the Society’s annual Alexander Awards Summer School at the Field Studies Council Juniper Hall field centre in late August.

Bustling Banglatown: Free walk launched to showcase Bengali contribution to London’s East End

The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) has chosen London’s Brick Lane area as the focus for a new self-guided walk that is free to access online via the Discovering Britain website, and ViewRanger walking app.

Newly accredited courses announced

Congratulations to the latest nine geography degree programmes to be accredited and approved by the Society’s Council.