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All of our lectures and events are currently being live-streamed, but if you’re not able to make one of our online events at its scheduled time, you can easily catch up, or watch your favourites again, via our website.
Fellows and members are able to catch up on our previous Monday night lectures and our other event content. Recent talks have included: Tim Jarvis explaining how South Georgia’s glacial melt over the past 100 years has confirmed the importance of Shackletonian leadership in tackling climate change; best-selling author, Alice Morrison, on her latest expedition across the Sahara to see first hand what is happening as a result of desertification to the landscape and the people of this area; and Dr Bharat Pankhania giving a fascinating and chilling insight into the COVID-19 pandemic and its future impact on society.
We also have plenty of publicly available content too including our microlecture series, some of our Collections-based talks, and of course our Geography now podcast – so whatever you’re looking for, there’s bound to be something to pique your interest.
So what are you waiting for? Catch up now.
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