In a new podcast titled Beyond the Map, Professor Jo Sharp looks beyond the obvious to understand the hidden geographies that make our world. Read more
We are delighted to announce the programme for our 2023-24 Inspiring People talks, featuring a stellar line-up of speakers, held in person at our 13 Local Groups across Scotland. Read more
Stories of exploration and inspiration, gathered from the archives and networks of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society by Jo Woolf. Read more
Please help us to build a Future Generations Fund to better resource the work we can do with and for young people. Read more
We inspire and inform people, to help provide solutions to some of the world's most complex and urgent geographical problems
Stories of exploration and inspiration, gathered from the archives and networks of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society by Jo Woolf.
Sign up to one of our Climate Solutions courses today, and be sure that you are playing your part for the future of the planet.
We publish an attractive and informative quarterly magazine, The Geographer.
Bursting with energy and colour, this is the story of the inspirational C19th Scottish climate scientist told in an exciting new way for young secondary school students.
Our Climate Emergency Summits provide a space for motivated people from across the sectors to come together in a safe and open workshop environment to offer solutions to the climate emergency.
Our brand-new addition to the suite of engaging and informative Horrible Geography books for children!
Lee Craigie takes us on a candid journey behind the scenes, exploring topics such as identity, loss, success, freedom, and our connection to the natural world. Read more
James Bluemel, director of Once Upon a Time in Northern Ireland, Once Upon a Time in Iraq, Pandemic, and Exodus, will be interviewed about his award-winning documentaries on Tuesday 28th November 2023. Read more
Climber and adventurer Anna Taylor shares stories from her exploits around the world. Read more
In this photo essay, Ted Leeming explores current forestry policy, practices and management in the UK & Scotland in 2023. Read more
RSGS Writer-in-Residence reflects on the life of climber and pioneering chemist J Norman Collie, who made the first neon display tubes. Read more
Following our first webinar on educational reform, RSGS Education Committee Chair Alastair McConnell reports on the findings from discussion and feedback and the recommendations for curriculum change. Read more