Upcoming Lectures in 2024 - open to non-members.  
Previous Zoom Lectures are available for 30 days from broadcast - emailed to members only. 

Saturday 17 February 2024, 2pm

Annual General Meeting and Annual Address, St John’s Hall, Penzance

Professor Jon Gluyas, President Designate The Geological Society of London, Ørsted/Ikon Chair in Geoenergy Carbon Capture & Storage, Department of Earth Sciences, Durham University (title tbc)



The Annual Dinner will follow.







Wednesday 20th March 2024 in person on Penryn Campus (time and venue to be confirmed)

"How Climate Change might trigger more Earthquakes and Volcanic Eruptions" - Dr Matthew Blackett, Reader (Associate Professor), Physical Geography and Natural Hazards, Coventry University Dr Matthew Blackett


Joint with the Royal Geographical Society






















Wednesday 15th May 2024, 7.00 pm on Zoom

“Why earthquakes happen all the time in Britain but not in Ireland” - Professor Sergei Lebedev University of Cambridge


“Variations in the thickness of tectonic plates offer a long-sought explanation for why Britain experiences many more earthquakes than neighbouring Ireland.”


All welcome