The IAPG  will celebrate the 2nd International Geoethics Day on 18 October 2018.

This initiative was born in 2017 with the aim to raise the awareness of the geoscience community and society about the importance of geoethics.

The geoethics day falls during the Earth Science Week and close to the Global Ethics Day, and will be the occasion to strongly reaffirm the geoethical values in which we believe and that are the foundations of the IAPG.

Download the leaflet with the incipit of a statement: "geoethics is..."
 

Please, complete the sentence with one word, the word that you feel more appropriate, print the leaflet and take a picture of you with the leaflet in your hand well in evidence.

Finally, during the day of 18 October (not before!), post your picture on facebook and/or twitter and/or Linkedin, and use the hashtag: #geoethicsday2018

Download the leaflet (doc file)

IAPG events to celebrate the International Geoethics Day 2018:

NGC1 - First Nigeria Geoethics Conference "Integrating Geoethics into the Extractive Industry Governance": 18-19 October 2018, Port Harcourt (Nigeria); WebsiteDownload the poster (pdf file)

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