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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 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

IAPG Keynote on #geoethics at nANO meeting in Germany on 18 February 2016

Our Corresponding Citizen Scientist, Martin Bohle, gives a keynote speech at the meeting "nANO meets water VII" in Oberhausen (Germany). Th…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Feb 10, 2016

IAPG is an Associated Organisation of GIRAF - Network

The IAPG-International Association for Promoting Geoethics (http://www.geoethics.org) has been recognized as an Associated Organisation of…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Feb 10, 2016

Geoethics and the Anthropocene (by Martin Bohle for the IAPG Blog)

The making of the Anthropocene is about altering how human activities and the bio-geosphere intersect. Geoethics provide an orientation how…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Feb 10, 2016

Ethics of Geomechanics: A Thriving Discipline and Its Growing Responsibility (by Mehrdad Soltanzadeh, for the IAPG Blog)

During the last two decades, reservoir geomechanics has been showered with attention from petroleum industry, academia and regulatory insti…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Feb 10, 2016

A NEW MILESTONE FOR THE IAPG

IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics has reached a NEW MILESTONE: 1050 members in 104 countries. The IAPG community is…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Feb 10, 2016

EGU2016 - Call for Abstracts: Geoethics: theoretical and practical aspects from research integrity to relationships between geosciences and society

The new IAPG session on Geoethics at the EGU 2016 CALL FOR ABSTRACTS EGU General Assembly 2016 will take place in Vienna from 17 to 22…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Dec 4, 2015

35th IGC - Call for Abstracts:

GEOETHICAL PERSPECTIVES ON  MEETING THE RESOURCE NEEDS OF FUTURE GENERATIONS Call for Abstracts at the 35th IGC 2016 We remind you anot…

Started by Giuseppe Di Capua

0 Dec 4, 2015

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