Royal Geographical Society

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The Royal Geographical Society "is the learned society and professional body for geography. Formed in 1830, our Royal Charter of 1859 is for 'the advancement of geographical science'." [1]

Corporate Sponsors

"We currently have four corporate benefactors - Land Rover, Ordnance Survey, Rolex and Trailfinders - each of whom help to fund and support a particular area of activity that aligns to their corporate social responsibility objectives...

"Royal Dutch Shell plc currently fund a three-year fixed term pilot project and Corporate Friends, NYK Line, support ‘Geography in the News’." [2]

Council (June 2008-June 2009)

Accessed April 2009: [3]

Contact

Web: http://www.rgs.org

Articles

  • Robert A. Stafford, “Annexing the Landscapes of the Past: British Imperial Geology in the Nineteenth Century,” in John M. MacKenzie (ed), Imperialism and the Natural World (Manchester University Press, 1990).

Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch articles

References

  1. Home, Royal Geographical Society, accessed April 25, 2009.
  2. Corporate Sponsors, Royal Geographical Society, accessed April 25, 2009.
  3. Directors, Royal Geographical Society, accessed April 25, 2009.