A special edition of The Geographer, focusing on Scotland's climate journey and on a host of potential and innovative solutions to the climate crisis. Read it here. Read more
The third edition of the RSGS's Young Geographer magazine focused on climate justice. Read it here. Read more
A new documentary film exploring Scotland's progress in tackling climate change, through bold legislation and some of the world's most stringent targets, including a commitment to net zero by 2045. Read more
Climate Solutions offers a simple and quick way to gain significant understanding of one of the most significant issues of our generation: climate change. Read more
We inspire and inform people, to help provide solutions to some of the world's most complex and urgent geographical problems
Climate Solutions offers a simple and quick way to gain significant understanding of one of the most significant issues of our generation: climate change.
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. Written by Jo Woolf, illustrated by Dylan Gibson.
We publish an attractive and informative quarterly magazine, The Geographer.
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.
2021 is a hugely significant year for climate change action, and the RSGS has an important role to play. Please help us to make a positive difference.
Our brand-new addition to the suite of engaging and informative Horrible Geography books for children!
Monthly geography quiz of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society. Eight rounds of eight questions, with prizes on offer. Read more
Canadian cave diver, underwater explorer, writer, photographer, and filmmaker Jill Heinerth shares stories from her expeditions into caves. Read more
Professor Nina Laurie tells the story of two journeys along the Chambira River in Loreto, Peru. Read more
Hazel and Luke Robertson – RSGS Explorers-in-Residence– take the audience on a journey to some of the world’s wildest places. Read more
Lee Craigie discusses the Resolution Race- where four women rode two cargo bikes from Edinburgh to Copenhagen. Read more
Professor Colin Ballantyne discusses how warming in The Arctic is triggering a cascade of environmental effects. Read more
Yesterday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau launched a joint declaration of Global Geographical Societies, in which they pledge to redouble efforts to help deliver a better tomorrow, endorse the need for action on the climate and biodiversity crises, and call for world leaders to place the protection of nature and a liveable climate at the centre of the world’s economics and politics. Read more
When Charles Darwin looked at the Parallel Roads of Glen Roy, he was seeking evidence that would support his personal theory about their formation. He was looking for seashells - or, more precisely, marine fossils. On this occasion, however, he was wrong. Read more
RSGS Writer-in-Residence Jo Woolf interviews recent Scottish Geographical Medal recipient Professor Roger Crofts, former Chair of RSGS, who reflects on his life and career in Scottish nature conservation. Read more
Today the RSGS and @rscdsdancescot are commemorating the centenary of the death of Polar scientist and explorer… https://t.co/Gdkkg30aP3
RT @DeborahlLong: Another absolutely fantastic @RoyalScotGeoSoc #inspiringpeople interview with Myrtle Simpson who is super inspiring… https://t.co/ccTtRceCju
Today, with partners @AntarcticHT, we remember a polar scientist ahead of his time, whose research formed the bedro… https://t.co/e2knwJCFfi