James Borrell is a biodiversity scientist and science communicator researching how people and nature can adapt to environmental change.

Speaking at the Royal Geographical Society

On Wednesday the 27th of March I’ve been invited to fulfill a long time dream and speak at the Royal Geographical Society. The evening is entitled Geographical Journeys and along with my own talk on the Dhofar Mountains, there will be a variety of others from younger members of the society.

Do come along if you can, there’s more info here.


Doors and bar open 6.30pm, talks start 7.00pm.

A home away from home: A volunteer’s journey in Sierra Leone by Emma Baker

The Ghost of Arabia by James Borrell

Cloudburst in Ladakh – a journey through a recovery by Keith MacIntosh

Land of jungle beauty: Rural northern Laos by Faraz Shibli

My Unconventional Playground: Mountaineering in Afghanistan by Malgosia Skowronska

The first ever foot crossing of Madagascar by Helen Spencer

Perch Fishing in South Sudan by Levison Wood

Then it’s back to the bar..

For more information and to book tickets, click here.

(the event is also on facebook)