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The Society welcomed the Cresting team to the Society on 15 December for the Circular Economy: Sustainability implications of a social transformation conference.
Taking part online and in person from across Europe, over 30 speakers and panellists shared and discussed research findings from the Cresting research project, and explored the implications of the circular economy concept – a system in which the utilisation of resources is maximised and waste minimised.
Coordinated by geographer Pauline Deutz (University of Hull), the Cresting project brings together geographers and other researchers to explore the connected processes necessary for a circular economy. The project has collaborated with universities, governments and business around the world, and has produced a series of policy features and publications on circular economies.
The Ron Cooke Award recognises A Level students’ work towards the independent investigation, also known as the NEA.
Congratulations to our Fellows who were recently awarded Chartered Geographer status by our Council.
The Society recently co-hosted the Geography in Government Conference 2021, providing a platform for geographers across the public sector to share their expertise and experience.
The Society’s journal, Area, has this week published a new special section: Practising legal geography.
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