The Society is closed for the Christmas break from Saturday 24 December to Monday 2 January inclusive.
During the break, why not browse the Society’s spring programme and plan your geographical entertainment for the next three months?
Highlights of the spring season in London include a Monday night lecture (members only) from John Simpson on war and strife, a travel evening on Papua New Guinea, and an interview with Shappi Khorsandi.
Mary-Ann Ochota is speaking at venues across the country in the Regional Theatres Programme and the Society’s Enduring Eye exhibition, showcasing photographs taken during Shackleton’s Endurance expedition, is in Birmingham.
Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year from everyone at the Society.
26 February 2019
If you want to better understand our world, a rewarding job that pays well and to help shape the future, then look no further. Report after report tells the same story: choose geography.
2 August 2018
An account of the achievements and adventures, in the 1840s, of three self-educated, young British naturalists who became outstanding explorers of the Amazon, the world’s greatest river and ecosystem.
12 October 2015
The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) warmly welcomes the Department for Education’s announcement today that A Level geography will now undergo a full content review and that first teaching of the new A Level will be delayed until 2016.
14 February 2014
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