Royal Geographical Society (With The Institute Of British Geographers)

Royal Geographical Society (With The Institute Of British Geographers)
1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR

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The Cloud Appreciation Society Conference 2015

A conference celebrating the Science, Art and Culture of the Sky.

Discovering People: Don McCullin

Veteran war and landscape photographer Don McCullin talks to Libby Purves about his remarkable career. A pay bar is open before and after the interview.

The Future of Conservation with African Parks

African Parks manager Rian Labuschagne discusses the success story of elephant conservation in Zakouma National Park in Chad.

London: Too Big to Succeed?

A panel discussion on London and its infrastructure, with speakers including Pippa Crerar (London Evening Standard), Lord Adonis, Bridget Roswell OBE and Jules Pipe CBE

London: Too Big To Succeed?

London competes on a global stage, but what price does its infrastructure pay for doing so? With growing pressure on housing, transport and public services, is it time to rethink growth in the capital? Join us and our expert panel.

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Royal Geographical Society

Scholarly society and registered charity devoted to advancing geography and geographical learning, with regular events, lectures and exhibitions.

…and 342 more dates until 30 Dec 2016

Spirit Of John Muir

Chris Packham delivers the Spirit of John Muir address, in honour of the Scots-born explorer, naturalist, writer and campaigner who inspired the US National Parks. Is it time to recreate a world where wild nature flouishes once again?

Steppes Travel

Join us at the Royal Geographical Society with African Parks Manager Rian Labuschagne to discuss the success story of elephant conservation in Zakouma National Park in Chad and the future for conservation.

Tawa'if: The Life and Art of the Last Courtesans

A look at the tawa'if, the celebrated courtesans of Mughal India, who were once celebrated for their intellect and beauty but who were brought down by the British Raj.

What Not to Eat at Sea (Work in Progress)

Sarah Weldon discusses her attempt, later this year, to become the first person to row solo around Great Britain. Work in progress. Booking is essential.

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