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Earlier this week, on Wednesday 11 January, we welcomed the Government Geography Profession to the Society for their postponed 2022 annual conference. The event included talks on geographical skills, professional development, and research – showcasing the work and direction of professional geographers across the public sector.
The conference included speakers from the Geospatial Commission, Geovation, National Situation Centre, Natural England, and Ordnance Survey.
If you are interested in finding out more about careers using geography within government, our careers in government webinar gives an insight into roles for geographers within the public sector and the pathways for entry.
We also have a range of resources on the topics discussed at the conference, including communicating your geographical skills, continuing professional development and making your own geovisualisations.
Could you volunteer on one of our regional committees and help us to champion the importance of geography in understanding and addressing global challenges?
The Historical Geography Research Group has published the latest volume in their research series, exploring new and emerging research in historical geography.
Find out about how to gain recognition for how you use your geographical knowledge, skills and understanding in the workplace by attending a CGeog introductory webinar.
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