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    Thought-provoking discussions from the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)

    We invite leading thinkers to give their perspective on some of the key challenges we face as a society in the 21st Century. From adapting to a rapidly growing population and changing climate, to keeping pace with an increasingly globalised world and the challenges and opportunites to sustainability this brings. 

    Discussions are held from 7.00- 8.30pm at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) in South Kensington and are open to everyone.  For more information please see Upcoming Events.

    All the events are filmed and free to watch online along with supplementary interviews, 60 seconds guides, focus articles, news and teaching resources.

    2014 Autumn Programme


    Air quality for all

    Thursday 30 October 7.00pm - 8.30pm

    Taking inspiration from around the world, a panel will discuss the hidden hazard of today: poor air quality. Find out how creative technology and new thinking can help us all breathe more easily.

    Speakers TBC

    Tickets: RGS-IBG members £7, non-members £10. Booking opens in mid-August.

    Equalising education



    Thursday 20 November 7.00pm - 8.30pm

    Speakers TBC

    The deadline for meeting the Millennium Development Goal target of eliminating gender disparity in education by 2015 is looming. How far have we come in equalising access to education, work and decision-making?

    Tickets: RGS-IBG members £7, non-members £10. Booking opens in mid-August.

      

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