Tom Heap courtesy of the BBC
This spring, Society Fellow, reporter and presenter, Tom Heap, is extending the UK tour of his talk exploring 39 ideas that could address climate change.
Tom’s talk, which accompanies a book and BBC Radio 4 series produced in collaboration with the Society of the same name, discusses the inspiring people delivering solutions to climate change across the globe. From tiny rice seeds to carbon capturing seagrass meadows, Tom explains how there are reasons for optimism in tackling the fundamental problem of our age and how we can build a better future, one idea at a time.
Tom’s talk, 39 Ways to Save the Planet, is part of the Society’s Regional Theatres Programme. Book your seat now to hear more of his revelations, and read our Q&A with Tom to find out more about his talk.
10 March, Darlington. Book now
16 May, Exeter Phoenix. Book now
This week marks International Geomorphology Week, which aims to promote geomorphology in all its forms and mobilise the international community of geomorphologists to share their work and expertise.
We are pleased to announce that nominations for positions on the RGS-IBG Postgraduate Forum Committee for 2022-2023 are now open.
With the time for choosing A Level options approaching, there has never been a better time to encourage your students to choose A Level geography.
The Society, in partnership with Endurance22, have produced a set of educational resources which allow pupils to explore changes in polar exploration from the early 20th century to today, and Antarctica’s unique frozen environment.
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