This event considered current and future impacts of climate change, including temperatures and storms, heatwaves and food production.
Podcast| 02/12/2021
We speak to RSE Fellows Professor Maggie Gill and Professor Colin Campbell about land use and climate change.
Video| 30/11/2021
Examining how is climate action understood and delivered on an individual level.
An African nation with a recent troubled past has a proud record of equality in parliament. We now have new resources that will shine a light on women’s experiences in Rwandan society before the colonial period.
Blog| 18/11/2021
Professor John Peter Renwick FRSE on the ground-breaking contribution he made to the 140-volume Complete Works of Voltaire, a French philosopher, historian and social reformer.
Podcast| 25/11/2021
We speak to RSE Fellows Professor Gordon Masterton and Professor Iain Docherty about transport, mobility and what net-zero means in practice. 
Highlights from the RSE International team and their work to efficiently address global challenges impacting all levels of society.
Podcast| 18/11/2021
We chat with members of the RSE Young Academy of Scotland, Dr Sandro Carnicelli and Dr Leslie Mabon about the impacts of climate change on tourism.
Blog| 16/11/2021
Talat Yaqoob FRSE outlines the importance of public participation in government decision-making to avoid the next crisis
On behalf of the Learned Societies’ Group on Scottish STEM Education (LSG), the RSE is delighted to announce the appointment of its new Chair, Professor Martin Hendry FRSE.
These medals recognise individuals who are exemplary at communicating, facilitating engagement, and advancing public discussion on significant matters.
Blog| 11/11/2021
Professor Niamh Nic Daéid illustrates the need to increase public confidence and and trust in data and science-based decisions.