All geographers have their own superhero powers - what would yours be?
We believe that all geographers have their own superhero powers, so here are a selection of Geographers to get you thinking about this.
What would your geography superpowers be? Tweet us @RGS_IBGschools with your ideas!
Collect, share and display our Superhero cartoons- more coming soon
Dr Anjana Khatwa
Professor Hannah Cloke
Professor Benjamin Hennig
Jane Rumble OBE
Geographer, activist and Founder of Black Geographers, a community interest company working to tackle the erasure of black people in geography.
Listen to our podcast with Francisca
Download Superhero Francisca
Award winning and acclaimed Earth Scientist, engagement specialist and TV presenter.
Listen to our podcast with Anjana
Watch Anjana's recent Jurassic Coast Lecture
Download Superhero Anjana
Polar Conservationist working with The Scott Polar Research Institute, the WWF and the British Antarctic Survey
Listen to our podcast with Prem
Download superhero Prem
Physical geographer, natural hazards researcher, climate scientist and hydrologist
Watch our Members Only Lecture with Hannah
Download Superhero Hannah
Professor of Geography at the University of Iceland, Founding Director of Worldmapper
Read more about Ben
View the Worldmapper website
Geovisualisation: The human planet
DOWNLOAD SUPERHERO BEN
Head of Polar Regions Department at the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Listen to our podcast with Jane
View our Members only lecture with Jane
VIEW THE Discovering Antarctica website
DOWNLOAD SUPERHERO Jane
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