Postponement of 36th IGC

The following announcement is reposted from https://www.36igc.org/. For further information, please contact the conference organizer or keep following our update about the 36th IGC & 6th YES Congress. The Government of India has reviewed the situation emerging out of the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID – 19). It considers the health and safety of…

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Welcome to Geo-Hackathon in 36IGC and 6th YES Congress

Welcome to Geo-Hackathon in 36IGC The Time is Now! Geoscience for a Sustainable Future! Poster for Geo-Hackathon, from Courtney Jermyn and Paul.   For decades, the important role Earth Science plays in sustaining our future has been clear but it is often over looked or misunderstood by society and decision makers. The importance of effectively communicating…

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Call for Nominations for IUGS Awards

The deadline for nominations of the IUGS medals to be awarded at the 35th IGC and the recruitment of external experts to serve on ad-hoc panels to review the nominations has been extended to 31 July 2019. Call for Nominations for the Émile Argand Medal – the highest award of the IUGSThe IUGS Émile Argand…

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Council Elections 2019 – 2020

The Geological Society has once again commissioned the highly respected Electoral Reform Services (ERS) to administer this year’s Council elections. ERS is the UK’s leading independent ballot services provider, and has extensive experience of overseeing ballots for a wide range of organisations. All Fellows who are eligible to vote will receive an email from ERS on or…

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YES Network in Resources for Future Generations 2018

Resources for Future Generations 2018 (RFG2018) is an innovative international conference dedicated to the availability of resources needed to sustain future generations. RFG2018 will provide participants with a program that will explore six vital themes: The Earth, Energy, Minerals, Water, and Resources and Society, and Education and Knowledge – and the interdependencies between them. The…

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