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The Spirit and Purpose of Geography- 100 years of Cambridge Geography

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The Royal Geographical Society

1 Kensington Gore

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Join the University of Cambridge Department of Geography for a public panel reflecting on 'The Spirit and Purpose of Geography'. As the Department celebrates 100 years, the event will explore what Geography means in the modern world, and how a geographical mindset can be used to meet many of the world's greatest challenges. Featuring Cambridge Geography alumni from the worlds of governance, finance, broadcasting and policy, the event will comprise a panel discussion, followed by audience Q and A.

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Belinda Gordon, Strategy Director at Green Alliance

Matthew Price, Chief Correspondent, Radio 4 Today

Dame Fiona Reynolds, Master, Emmanuel College, former Director General of the National Trust

Dominic Waughray, Head of the World Economic Forum Centre for Global Public Goods

Chair: Professor Ash Amin, Head of Department of Geography, University of Cambridge

This is event is free and is open to students, alumni, school groups and members of the public- all welcome!

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