EFG visits the Croatian Geological Society The first in-person steering committee meeting of the TIMREX project took place in the first week of October. This EIT Raw Materials funded project aims at developing a Master’s programme to train T-shaped professionals who...
On 15 November 2022, the European Federation of Geologists (EFG) is organising the webinar ‘Tackling the 21st Century Water Quality Challenges for Managed Aquifer Recharge‘. The event is scheduled for 13:00 – 14:00 CET (Brussels time). The presenter of the webinar...
Media partnership with 2nd Europe CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit Taking place from 8 to 9 February 2023, the 2nd Europe CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit will assess and review the opportunities within the EU Energy Sector and review the...
Call for articles European Geologist journal: The role of geology in the transition to clean energy – the contribution of hydrogen and carbon capture, storage and utilisation The Editorial Board of the European Geologist journal (EGJ), invites you to submit articles...
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.
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