If you missed our A Level revision sessions last week don’t panic, we have plenty of freely available resources on our website to help you with your revision during exam season.
Our subject knowledge animations cover a range of topics from ecotourism and conflict to internal migration and the sustainable development goals. Plus we have a number of more in-depth case study animations covering locations such as Brazil, India and the Horn of Africa.
Our #AskTheGeographer podcast series discusses the most current geographical research on a number of topics, including the carbon cycle, changing places, global governance and much more. You can listen and subscribe on both iTunes and SoundCloud.
If you’re a School Member we also have a range of handy 60 second guides providing concise overviews of key geographical concepts and terminology, from aid and avalanches to flood defences and the biomes of the world.
Whatever geographical topic you’re revising over the exam period, there’s bound to be something useful to support you in your preparation.
Have a look at all of our school resources.
The Society is delighted to have been the focus of an episode of Audible’s new podcast series ‘How to outperform: what Britain’s best brands can teach the world’.
The current issue of popular photography magazine Photography News features an interview with award-winning photographer and Earth Photo panel chair Marissa Roth, along with our Director, Professor Joe Smith.
Today is World Malaria Day, an international day to raise awareness of malaria as a curable and preventable disease. The Mobile Malaria Project are currently investigating the front line of malaria control in Africa.
A new section of our website allows teachers to share their ideas on how to inspire students about geography.
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