The Water Diaries: Bringing the world of water alive through adventure.
Friday 9 November 2018 at 6.30pm
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), London, SW7 2AR
The Water Diaries chronicles the adventures of geography teacher Fearghal O'Nuallain as he journeys the globe learning about water issues and creating educational resources.
Fearghal has covered over 44,000km by pedal, on foot, and by paddle through some of the highest, lowest, harshest places on earth. He has cycled around the world, crossed Rwanda on foot, followed the Indus River from Tibet to Karachi by any means, and driven across Jordan, as the recipient of the 2017 Land Bursary. Fearghal has learned much from his journeys and believes that Adventure is valuable tool for overcoming challenges and learning about ourselves and the world.
The pre-Explore lecture is held annually in memory of Peter Smith, a long-standing RGS-IBG supporter and trustee.
About the speaker
Fearghal O’Nuallain teaches and explores. He is the founder of The Water Diaries and co-founder of Kindness of Strangers, projects which use stories to engage with our most precious resource and to share stories that make your heart grow. During term time he can be found teaching geography at a south London comprehensive.
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Tickets: Free event. No advance booking required.
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