Call for articles European Geologist journal: Geothermal energy – A geological contribution to the energy transition The Editorial Board of the European Geologist journal (EGJ) invites you to submit articles for issue 54 of the journal. The theme of this issue...
On the 11th of April 2022, a Call prepared by EGEC – the European Geothermal Energy Council – was made to Ursula Von der Leyen – the European Commission President – for a geothermal strategy at the European level. The call was moreover signed by the whole European...
In the EFG Employment Survey 2022, we aim at taking a snapshot of the current labour market for geologists in Europe and beyond: Which industries are professional geologists working in? What is their current employment state and security? Do their professional...
Memorandum of Understanding with Pole Avenia At the end of March, EFG and Pôle Avenia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Brussels to work together on common goals: Exchange of knowledge on the latest technological and thematic topics that could...
As a community of professional geologists, we spend our lives studying our planet’s long and tormented history. And as Europeans, we know the immense harm and profound human suffering conflict creates. We are appalled that war is now raging on our continent and we...
Under the category EFGeoBlog, we welcome guest posts from external contributors who would like to present recent research or professional developments in the field of geosciences. Posts may include reports from geoscience events, information on publications and relevant EU policy development. As one of EFG’s main missions is to create public awareness of the importance of geoscience for society, we are particularly interested in best practice reports about geoscience outreach initiatives.
Find all information on how to contribute in our guidelines. We look forward to receiving your contributions!
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