Media partnership with Europe CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit Taking place from 30 to 31 March 2022, the Europe CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit will focus on how to determine strategies for greater decarbonisation of energy-intensive...
ReSToRE 2 summer school invites for applications The ReSToRE 2 summer school will take place from 4-8 July 2022 in Dublin, Ireland. Run under the patronage of UNESCO, the Researching Social Theories, Resources, and Environment International Summer School aims to...
Task force of professional geologists presents action plan for economic recovery after La Palma volcanic eruption Press release I Brussels I January 2022. Spanish and Italian geologists gathered on the island of La Palma to analyse the effects of the eruption...
POLE AVENIA, the French cluster of subsurface industries, is launching eartH2, a new industrial initiative dedicated to subsurface hydrogen. EartH2 aims to: Bring together actors from industry and research working on subsurface hydrogen keen to work together to spark...
To wrap up the year, we would like to present you our latest StoryMap, a virtual travel through the photos submitted to the 2021 EAGE/EFG photo contest. The theme of the photo contest was “Legends of Geoscience”. We have received many inspiring pictures submitted in...
New issue of European Geologist: Soil – Our endangered food base EFG is pleased to release issue 52 of its biannual Diamond Open Access publication, the European Geologist. The new issue is entitled “Soil – Our endangered food base”. The...
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