Results EFG Employment Survey 2021 The annual EFG Employment Survey aims at analysing the current labour market for geologists in Europe. The information gathered by this survey is not only useful for EFG’s work and to our national association members, but also...
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...
The Portuguese Association of Geologists (APG), the European Federation of Geologists (EFG), the Platform for Atlantic Geohazard Risk Management (AGEO), the Geopark Azores and the REFLECT and CROWDTHERMAL projects are co-organising the EuroWorkshop ‘Natural...
The Augmented Reality Sandbox – an innovative tool to teach geosciences as experienced during the 2021 Researcher’s Night “Wisenight” in Brussels A contribution by S. Verheyden, C. Burlet, G. Stasi, R. Barros, M. Cabidoche and A. Choopani. Wisenight This year, the...
EFG partners with the Earth Futures Festival Earth Science, or geoscience, is the keystone to understanding the complex and changing relationships between the planet’s physical and biological systems, human interaction with the environment and climatic impacts. Yet...
On 21 October 2021, the European Federation of Geologists (EFG) organised the webinar ‘Responsible mining for the energy transition: Cornish Lithium‘. The event was scheduled for 5 – 6 PM CEST (Brussels time). The clean energy transition is centred around developing...
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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