We organise a range of meetings and events that bring geographers together with policy-makers, business leaders and other professionals to discuss some of the greatest challenges facing society today.
[In-person and online] All the forces that compel people to uproot themselves are accelerating: labour shortages, political upheaval, economic crises, technological disruption, and climate change. What will the map of humanity look like in 2050?
24 January 2022
[Online] Chartered Geographer is the Society's professional accreditation for those using their geographical skills, knowledge and understanding in the workplace. Join this webinar to learn more about the benefits of becoming Chartered.
26 January 2022
[Online] Geography & Environmental Science hot topics series. Anna Hawkins provides an introduction to the critical challenges facing cities in the face of accelerating environmental change.
9 February 2022
[Online] Members of the Chartered Geographer Assessors Committees are invited to attend the forum to discuss best practice, feedback and their perspectives regarding professional accreditation and assessing.
14 February 2022
[In-person and online] The way we talk about the environmental crisis always expresses a worldview. Philosophy can help us to expose the implications of such worldviews and ask whether they are helpful or not.
[Online] Join our Chartered Geographer coffee morning to meet and network with other Chartered Geographers.
17 February 2022
[Online] Balancing conservation and development in a rapidly changing world presents significant challenges but also opportunities for 'living' UNESCO sites like Durham.
[Cancelled] Angeliki examines the UK's unfolding response to COVID-19, through the experiences of 'key workers' maintaining critical infrastructures.
24 February 2022
[In-person] Asher Minns, a climate communicator from the Tyndall Centre, will enlighten us on the outcomes of COP26, and some possibilities and implications for our region.
[Online] This online event will focus on introducing Digimap for Schools and how it can be used across the primary curriculum.
2 March 2022
[In-person] Lithium is key in the transition to clean energy, given its role in electric vehicles and renewable energy grid storage.
[In-person and online] Having spent a decade at sea, exploring plastic pollution from the tropics to the Arctic, Emily will share her adventures connecting her scientific insights from eXXpedition to upstream solutions on land.
7 March 2022
[Online] Geography & Environmental Science hot topics series. Rob Storrar is a glaciologist who studies the dynamics and legacy of glacier retreat. In this talk, he introduces the implications of ice melt for global populations.
9 March 2022
[Online] A four-week accelerator for those eligible for Chartered Geographer to focus your efforts in preparing your application portfolio.
10 March 2022
[Online] This online event will focus on introducing Digimap for Schools and how it can be used across the KS3 curriculum.
16 March 2022
[In-person] This course gives trained EVCs the opportunity to revalidate while looking at current issues and sharing good practice.
[In-person] Essential training for new EVCs responsible for the policies and practice around risk management for out-of-school visits.
17 March 2022
[Online] This talk examines the role of geographers in the public sector and the key roles they play in supporting the Government.
6 April 2022
16 May 2022
[Online] Join our four-week accelerator to focus your efforts in preparing your application portfolio.
2 June 2022
7 June 2022
[Online] Join this webinar to learn more about the benefits of becoming Chartered.
30 June 2022
20 July 2022
18 August 2022
13 September 2022
21 September 2022
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