We support teaching in the classroom and in the field by providing high quality geographical teaching and learning resources.
Jini highlights the beauty of adventure, the joy of roaming and a whimsical natural Britain
Activities focused on Climate change and the Russian Arctic developed with University of Birmingham and WWF
The growing importance of mathematics within geography and how a greater awareness of mathematics is a good thing
Speaker presentations from our online secondary geography TeachMeet
A community interest company working to tackle the erasure of black people in geography
Jazmin Scarlett defines geoheritage, cultural heritage and dark heritage with case studies of the Soufrière Hills Volcano, La Soufrière, Vesuvius and Laacher See
We talk to Jazmin Scarlett about her work on the dark geocultural heritage of La Soufrière, an active volcano on the island of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Your 24-page guide to studying geography at university
Conservationist Prem Gill talks to us about his latest research project dubbed ‘Seals from Space’, and how you can make grime music from seal calls!
School Member Lecture, 29 September 2020
We are joined by Chris Mason, BBC journalist and host for Brexitcast (now Newscast) and the BBC Radio 4 show Any Questions?
An insight into the ecology, geomorphology, and ecosystems provided by salt marshes
Encouraging students to look at how they and the world around them interacts with single use plastics
A podcast by Dr Joe Thorogood, Dr Phil Wadey and Jack Cornish
Written by Dr Joe Thorogood from Coventry University
Scientists agree the effects of climate change will be felt faster and more acutely in the Arctic
What role do superpowers play in global systems, governance and environmental protection?
Dr Fleur Visser talks about Landsat, Aster and Sentinel data for Earth Observation in geography
Ideas on how to use Earth observation in your teaching
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
Resources and support from the RGS-IBG and beyond for teaching and learning #geographyathome
CO2 is being pumped into a Staffordshire forests by scientists from the University of Birmingham. Why? To explore the effects of increased greenhouse gas emissions as a result of climate change
Provided by ESRI and others
In this podcast, we visit the University of Birmingham to speak to Professor of Atmospheric Science, Rob MacKenzie and Professor of Life Sciences, Jeremy Pritchard.
Deforestation has been on the global political and social agenda for a number of decades, but it is only now with the link between deforestation and climate change that there is new awareness
Created for an RGS-IBG Innovative Teaching Grant, this resource is a collaboration between Paul Turner (Head of Geography at Bedales School) and Dr Adam Dennett (UCL Lecturer)
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