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International Geoethics Day

International Geoethics Day (Earth Science Week) IAPG officially launched the International Geoethics Day on 12 October 2017, duri…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Oct 16, 2017

The issue #1 - 2017 of the IAPG Newsletter is out!

The issue #1 - 2017 of the IAPG Newsletter is out! Summary: - Congresses (Geoethics at EGU 2017, XX Argentine Geological Congress...)…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Mar 16, 2017

Geoethics in Morocco: congress "Earth Sciences for Society"

A congress in Morocco: "Earth Sciences for Society" This congress, entitled "Earth Sciences for Society" will be held in El Jadida/M…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Jan 26, 2017

5th World Conference on Research Integrity

World Conference on Research Integrity Tony Mayer 5th WCRI will take place from 28 to 31 May 2017 in Amsterdam (The Netherlan…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Jan 26, 2017

Welcome to the IAPG section of Romania!

The IAPG section of Romania Welcome to the IAPG section of Romania!  The section will work under the responsibility of Antoneta Seg…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Jan 26, 2017

The issue #6 - 2016 of the IAPG Newsletter is out!

The issue #6 - 2016 of the IAPG Newsletter is out! Summary: - Call for abstracts and grants (EGU 2017) - Report on IAPG activities…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Jan 26, 2017

A report on the IAPG sessions on Geoethics at the 35th IGC

  A report on the IAPG sessions on Geoethics at the 35th IGC Geoethics has got an important space in the programme of the last 35th I…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Jan 26, 2017

The "Cape Town Statement on Geoethics"

  The "Cape Town Statement on Geoethics" IAPG considers the 35th IGC - International Geological Congress, held in Cape Town (South Afri…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Jan 26, 2017

The Paris Agreement on Climate Change: please, kindly, read it!

What is the Paris Agreement under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change?Have you read it?If not, you can do it here: ht…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

1 Feb 11, 2016
Reply by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe

IAPG Symposia on Geoethics at the 35th IGC Call for Abstracts: Deadline is approaching!

IAPG Symposia on Geoethics at the 35th IGC Call for Abstracts: Deadline is approaching The deadline to submit an abstract for the 35th…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Feb 10, 2016

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