The virtual conference will offer more than 130 sessions and panels on topics that include climate change, political and social geographies, the role of geographers as actors in public policy and advocacy, trends in geoethics and human rights, race, ethnocentrism’s impacts worldwide, as well as a breaking news theme based around sessions sharing how geographers are responding to COVID-19. Numerous sessions will also address the work prospects and special challenges of young geographers entering the field.
The fees to attend the virtual meeting are as follows:
-Student/retired/underemployed members: $10
-Regular members: $20