Interactive COVID-19 map by Maploom
Geography Directions, the Society’s blog linked to our scholarly journals, is calling for contributions that bring a geographical lens to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, as well as pieces that consider the future, and the world, after the pandemic.
Submissions should be underpinned by research, written for an informed audience and include suggestions for further reading, preferably some of these should come from the Society’s journals, book series, WIRES Climate change, or Geography Compass. Both short (600 word) and longer (1,200 word) submissions are welcomed.
Content from other sites that fits these criteria and highlights the significance and importance of geographical research may also be re-blogged by Geography Directions. If you have written for another site, please do get in touch.
Submissions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Geography Directions submission’ followed by the title of the submission in the subject heading. Find out more about how to submit.
Run jointly by the Society and our academic publisher, Wiley, Geography Directions is a blog that aims to showcase the importance of geography and geographical insights to pressing issues facing society and the environment.
Find out more at Geography Directions.
We are delighted to announce a new Working Group: the Latin American Geographies Working Group (LAGWG).
Following on from a discussion forum that explored the challenge of financing net zero, the Society has published a briefing report summarising the actions required to meet the scale and pace of change needed to reach a net zero economy.
We are pleased to announce that nominations for positions on the RGS-IBG Postgraduate Forum Committee 2020-2021 are now open.
Society medal recipient Professor Mark Birkin is leading a key workstream of The Rapid Assistance in Modelling the Pandemic (RAMP) initiative.
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