The Society, in partnership with Wiley, have developed and launched a new hub for our academic publications. The hub includes the Society’s five leading international peer-reviewed journals: Area, The Geographical Journal, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Geo: Geography and Environment and WIREs Climate Change, as well their associated blogs and the RGS-IBG book series all in one place.
With its sleek new design and improved functionality – including a better search – the hub is simple to navigate, making content easier to discover. The upgrade also means we will be able to publish a wider range of different types of material, so keep an eye out for more multimedia content in the future.
Take a look at our new hub for yourself.
Thinking of publishing with us? Check out our guides for researchers.
Sir Ron Cooke, an eminent physical geographer and former President of the Society, has kindly supported a new award for A Level students.
16 January 2019
Before her regional tour of the UK gets underway, we caught up with adventurer, journalist and presenter Pip Stewart to discuss her love of travel, her visits to the Amazon and the stories she can’t wait to share.
10 September 2018
An important consultation on the Research Excellence Framework (REF) for 2021 is now open for comment and the Society would value your input to help inform our response.
13 August 2018
Tristram explores how the legacy of the British Empire remains in the lives and structures of the great cities which it shaped, and in cultures, economies and identities changed by interaction and adaptation.
26 January 2015
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