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Resources and support from the RGS-IBG and beyond for teaching and learning #geographyathome
Worksheets aimed at geography teachers looking for quick tasks or a little inspiration
Speaker presentations from our primary geography and history TeachMeet
A celebration of the 95-mile geological wonder
On Tuesday 16 February 2021, Mount Etna erupted
Year 12 students can apply to the 2021 competition, with the theme: The Coloniality of Cities and the Built Environment
Exploring the threats to these beautiful rivers
Journalists reported on an 85-year old building being moved by structural engineers
School Member lecture, 1 February 2021
What does rewilding mean and how can it deliver successful, sustainable protection for nature?
President Biden has signed an executive order for the US to re-join the Paris climate agreement
War correspondent Tim Marshall and his book on the Yugoslav conflict of the 1990s
In partnership with BBC Radio Four, we present 39 ideas to relieve the stress that climate change is exerting on the planet
In January 2021, an earthquake struck the Indonesian island of Sulawesi measuring 6.2 on the Richter Scale
Decolonising the curriculum with a specific focus on West Africa
Ideas for school-centred and local fieldwork during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Hear more about the latest academic research in a variety of curriculum areas
Teaching resources for our Education for Antarctic Conservation Project
We are joined by Dr John Shears, polar explorer and recipient of the Polar Medal
We speak to some undergraduates about what modules they are studying at university
A new emissions target will require the UK to bring all greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050
In build up to the UK target of ‘net zero’ by 2050, a number of changes will need to occurr
Discover the range of careers and jobs available if you choose geography
Your 24-page guide to studying geography at university
Pupils will learn that rivers and river systems, are dynamic; changing the landscape in visible and at times dramatic ways
Dr Alice Evans is Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Cambridge and she researches inequality, cities, and social change
Big rivers can be found in all of the world’s continents and in every region, across the sub-tropics, high-latitudes and equator.
The fluvial system: lessons using data skills
What is gender equality and why is it so important to geography?
Resources to support recent geographical stories in the press
Ideas for further reading from books, higher education publications and the press mixed in with resources from the education team at the RGS-IBG
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