The latest group of professionals to be recognised for their use of geographical skills and knowledge in the workplace have been awarded Chartered Geographer Status (CGeog) by the Society.
CGeog is the only international accreditation for geographers, recognising competence, experience, and professionalism in the use of geographical knowledge, skills, and understanding in the workplace.
With around 650 Chartered Geographers with a range of specialisms, CGeog provides professionals with recognition, personal, and professional development, Fellowship to the Society, and networking opportunities.
The 12 most recently accredited candidates include:
Candidate careers range from land referencing to spatial risk analysis to 3D visualisation and modelling.
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December has seen climate change frequently hitting the headlines as 23,000 delegates from 197 states participated in the 24th Conference of the Parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP24).
21 December 2018
This talk explores what the future holds for satellite applications and the opportunities it presents to improve lives everywhere - a new role for space technology in the 21st century.
9 January 2017
Sir Ernest Shackleton lectured across Manchester and the Northwest following his return from the British Antarctic (Nimrod) Expedition of 1907-1909.
25 April 2016
Geographical research has never been more relevant to policy decisions, with geographers at the heart of debates about the future of places, environments and communities.
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