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Geoethics Medal

Time: June 30, 2018 all day
Location: Worldwide
Street: via di Vigna Murata 605
City/Town: Rome (Italy)
Website or Map: http://www.geoethics.org/geoe…
Event Type: medal, award, geoethics
Organized By: IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics
Latest Activity: Oct 22, 2017

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Event Description

IAPG launches the Geoethics Medal during the Global Ethics Day 2017.

The Geoethics Medal will reward scientists who have distinguished themselves in applying/favouring/assuring ethical approaches in the geoscience research and practice.

The Geoethics Medal is assigned annually.

Rules for applying the Geoethics Medal 2018 are available at: http://www.geoethics.org/geoethics-medal

IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics: http://www.geoethics.org

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