Thank you to everyone who contributed to the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Annual International Conference in Exeter last week. Even if you weren’t able to attend in person, we’d like to thank you for your role in making it a very successful conference.
The conference brought together 1,400 delegates from 45 countries around the world, with over 1,100 papers being presented on a wide range of research areas. The theme for the 2015 conference was ‘Geographies of the Anthropocene’, selected by the conference chair, Professor Sarah Whatmore (University of Oxford).
RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2016
Next year’s conference will take place in London from Tuesday 30 August to Friday 2 September 2016. The theme will be Nexus Thinking and the conference will be chaired by Peter Jackson (University of Sheffield). More information will follow soon on our website.
To mark Refugee Week, we’ve worked with Professor Heaven Crawley, to produce educational resources for geography teachers at GCSE and A Level.
17 June 2019
To mark Earth Day this year, the Society, in partnership with Forestry England, are calling on aspiring and professional photographers alike to submit their images of what a changing forest means to them as part of our Earth Photo competition.
22 April 2019
In 2015 Fearghal climbed, hitched and paddled across the Bolivian Altiplano. Fearghal examines this journey making a passionate case for why experience is essential to understanding the world.
16 March 2016
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