​The International Association for Promoting Geoethics (IAPG)

is a multidisciplinary, scientific platform for widening the discussion and creating awareness about problems of Geoethics and Ethics applied to the Geosciences.

IAPG is legally recognized as a not-for-profit association, has more than 2610 members in 130 countries on 5 continents, and can count on a network of 32 national sections.

IAPG works to developing theoretical and practical activities covering a wide range of contents comprising: philosophy of geosciences and history of geosciences thinking; research integrity and professionalism in geosciences; working climate issues and related aspects; geoethics in georisks and disaster risk reduction; responsible georesources management; ethical and social aspects in geoeducation and geosciences communication; geoethics applied to different geoscience fields including economic geology, paleontology, forensic geology and medical geology; ethical and societal relevance of geoheritage and geodiversity; sociological aspects in geosciences and geosciences-society-policy interface; geosciences for sustainable and responsible development; geoethical implications in global and local changes of socio-ecological systems; ethics in geoengineering; ethical issues in climate change and ocean science studies; ethical implications in geosciences data life cycle and big data; ethical and social matters in the international geoscience cooperation.

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What is Geoethics?

Geoethics consists of research and reflection on the values which underpin appropriate behaviours and practices, wherever human activities interact with the Earth system. Geoethics deals with the ethical, social and cultural implications of geoscience education, research and practice, and with the social role and responsibility of geoscientists in conducting their activities..... Read more

Affiliations and Agreements

IAPG promotes geoethics through the international collaboration with Associations and Institutions.
Read more about affiliations, agreements, partnerships:
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25 agreements for cooperation
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Affiliations: IUGS - International Union of Geological Sciences, ICPHS - International Council for Philosophy and Human Sciences, AGI - American Geosciences Institute, GSL - Geological Society of London, CFES - Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences, GSA - Geological Society of America, GIRAF - Geoscience Information in Africa Network.
Agreements: EFG - European Federation of Geologists, EGS - EuroGeoSurveys, AGU - American Geophysical Union, IAH - International Association of Hydrogeologists, IAG/AIG - International Association of Geomorphologists, IUGS-IFG - Initiative on Forensic Geology, AAWG - African Association of Women in Geosciences, IAEG - International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment, GSAf - Geological Society of Africa, GC - Geoscientists Canada, BDG - Berufsverband Deutscher Geowissenschaftler e.V., APG - Associação Portuguesa de Geólogos, SGCh - Sociedad Geológica de Chile, NKUA-APRL - The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens - Applied Philosophy Research Laboratory, GfGD - Geology for Global Development, JMO - Jeoloji Mühendisleri Odası (Turkisk Chamber of Geological Engineers), MJD - Maden Jeologları Derneği (Turkish Association of Economic Geologists), AEG - Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists, YES - International Network of Young and Early-Career Geoscientists, IGEO - International Geoscience Education Organisation, FCEA - Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment, SGP - Sociedad Geológica del Perù, I-GEMA - Instituto de Geociencias Y Medio Ambiente, Arequipa-Perù, ANGE - African Network for Geo-Education, GEVAS Red Argentina.
Partnerships: AGU Ethics & Equity Center, iCRAG Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion in Geoscience - EDIG project, IYGU - International Year of Global Understanding, RFG 2018 - Resources for Future Generations.
News
Geoethics at the vEGU21: Gather Online

This year we celebrate 10 years of sessions on geoethics organized by the IAPG at the EGU General Assembly! Know more here

 
26 April 2021 - 09:00-10:30 CEST

Session EOS4.2: Geoethics: Geosciences serving Society (Convenership: Silvia Peppoloni and Giuseppe Di Capua). This session is organized by the IAPG.

Programme
 

26 April 2021 - 14:15-17:00 CEST

Session EOS3.2: Climate literacy:  Learning, education, methods and roadmaps (Convenership: David Crookall, Giuseppe Di Capua, Lydie Lescarmontier, Robin Matthews, Frank Niepold). This session is sponsored by the IAPG.

Programme
 

29 April 2021 - 10:00-11:00 CEST

Short Course SC4.4: Foundations and Perspectives of Geoethics for Earth, Marine and Atmospheric Sciences - In memoriam of Jan Boon (Convenership: Eduardo Marone, Giuseppe Di Capua, Silvia Peppoloni). This short course is organized by the IAPG and IOI-TC-LAC.

Programme

More about these sessions and the short course: https://www.geoethics.org/egu2021

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New book on geoethics and groundwater management

We are glad to inform that a new book has been published at the beginning of April 2021:

Abrunhosa Manuel, Chambel Antonio, Peppoloni Silvia, Chaminé Helder I., eds. (2021). Advances in Geoethics and Groundwater Management: theory and practice for a sustainable development - Proceedings of the 1st Congress on Geoethics and Groundwater Management (GEOETH&GWM'20), Porto - Portugal 2020. XLV + 523 p., 24 b/w illustrations, 180 illustrations in colour, Springer, ISBN 978-3-030-59319-3. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-59320-9.

This book gathers the peer-reviewed proceedings of the 1st congress on Geoethics & Groundwater Management (GEOETH&GWM'20), held in Porto, Portugal, in an online format on 18-22 May 2020. Hosted in the School of Engineering (ISEP), Polytechnic of Porto in Porto city (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the international conference focused on what has now been dubbed "hydrogeoethics", a novel transdisciplinary, scientific field integrating all dimensions of geoethics in groundwater science and practice.

Download the book Flyer


Download the book Front Matter, containing:
- Foreword by Giuseppe Di Capua (IAPG)
- Foreword by Nabil Khélifi (Springer Senior Publishing Editor)
- Preface by Manuel Abrunhosa (IAPG and IAH), Antonio Chambel (IAH), Silvia Peppoloni, Helder I. Chaminé (IAH)
- Acknowledgements
- Preamble by John Cherry (G360 Institute for Groundwater Research, University of Guelph, University of Waterloo)
- Contents (108 papers)
- About the Editors

This book in the Springerlink website

Other books on geoethics

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New book on geoethics (in Italian)
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Silvia Peppoloni, Giuseppe Di Capua
GEOETICA: manifesto per un'etica della responsabilità verso la Terra 
Prefazione di Telmo Pievani

2021, Saggine, n. 346, pp. 224, Donzelli Editore, ISBN 978-8855221696

Title in English (GEOETHICS: manifesto for an ethics of responsibility towards the Earth)

Read more (in Italian)

Other books on geoethics

16 April 2021 (14:00 BST)
Workshop on Geodiversity

The workshop will be held online and will be free for all to attend. The event is hosted by the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, and funded by Research England's Strategic Priorities Fund allocation to the University of Oxford.

The IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics is a supporting organization of this event.

Read more about the Promoting Geodiversity Workshop:
https://www.geodiversityday.org/outcomes

 

Final programme: download here (pdf file)

Registration:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfEdz-6bUnRV08WZybxuhHN2lqaoVngd1hWY2D9tPelv0KQnQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

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Invitation to submit papers: Special Issue on Geoethics of the journal Sustainability
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Title of the special issue:

New Advances on Geoethics and Sustainable Development

Guest editors:

Silvia Peppoloni, Giuseppe Di Capua

 

Description: 

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability/special_issues/geoethics

New deadline for manuscript submissions:

16 May 2021

Submission:

https://susy.mdpi.com/user/manuscripts/upload?form[journal_id]=15&form[special_issue_id]=51668

IAPG endorses the eLearning Course "Practical Geocommunication"

Dear IAPG member,

IAPG has recently endorsed the eLearning course ‘Practical Geocommunication’ offered by Geologize Ltd. Geologize teaches geoscientists to bring the public to a great understanding and appreciation of our planet through effective and powerful communication.

To find out more about the course, please check out the following video:
https://youtu.be/jQDZxDZnUC8

As a member of an endorsing association, you now have a 60% discount on the course fee.

Your unique access code is: iapg-pggz

Here’s how to start your learning experience!

1) Head over to https://training.geologize.org/courses/geocomms
2) Click on 'BUY $450’
3) Register (Free)
4) Click on the link ‘Have a coupon?’
5) Enter the code I have given you above. This will apply the discount.
6) Pay the remaining value.
7) Start learning!

The number of times this coupon can be used is limited to the current membership of the IAPG, so I kindly request that it not be shared with those outside the IAPG.

Learners follow the course at their own pace and you will have lessons, quizzes, assignments and the opportunity to interact directly with myself, Dr Haydon Mort. A certificate is provided at the end of the course, with the seals of the IAPG, The Geological Society of London and the European Federation of Geologists, who also endorse the course.

All the best,
Haydon Mort


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Dr. Haydon Mort
CEO-Director Geologize Ltd
Geologist, Science Communicator

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Framework for Addressing Racial and Ethnic Equity in Geosciences Professional Societies

The IAPG is a formal signatory of the AGI - American Geosciences Institute document that sets a framework for geoscience societies to proactively cultivate an inclusive profession that both addresses systemic issues and sets priorities aimed at increasing equity for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) geoscientists and addressing issues of intersectionality among race, class, disability status and gender.

Read the document

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The IAPG Task Group on Responsible Mining has new members

This IAPG Task Group is active from 8 May 2017 and in the same year released the White Paper on Responsible Mining. Unfortunately this year Jan Boon (Canada), one of the members of the Task Group and co-author of the White Paper, passed away. Moreover another member, Pekka Nurmi (Finland) decided to leave the Task Group after his retirement. Finally, Nikolaos Arvanitidis (Sweden) and Giuseppe Di Capua (Italy) will continue to serve in the group. The IAPG continues to believe that responsible approaches and practices are fundamental to assure societal acceptance and environmental sustainability to mining activities. To this aim the Task Group will receive new inputs from additional members: Marita Ahumada (Argentina), Estelle Levin-Nally (United Kingdom), Vitor Correia (Portugal), and Roberto Lencina (Argentina).

The IAPG wishes to thank these new members who are starting to serve in the IAPG Task Group on Responsible Mining.

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UNESCO Lecture Series: Earth Materials for a Sustainable and Thriving Society

The IAPG is media partner of the Lecture Series, organized by UNESCO in collaboration with IUGS and iCRAG
 

Minerals and other Earth materials are a key component in the development of a sustainable global society, providing essential raw materials for technologies and economic growth while respecting the natural world. This programme of lectures, designed for a global audience, will provide diverse perspectives on Earth materials and their role in society. Leading natural scientists, social scientists, and educators will look at how Earth materials are critical to a sustainable future and how the minerals sector, adhering to best practices, can contribute to society in a socially and environmentally positive way.


The lectures were delivered in webinar format by recognized global experts who framed their presentations in the context of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The Series had the goal to boost knowledge of Earth materials and contribute to better informed local, regional, and international discussions. The lectures were freely accessible.

Recordings and materials

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Dates

26 January 2021 - 9 March 2021

Registration
Click here

Languages
All sessions will be conducted in English with live captioning in French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Swahili, and Hindi.

Download the information flyer

Click here

Queries about the series unescolectures@icrag-centre.org

IAPG signed an agreement for cooperation with JMO

On 12 January 2021, the IAPG signed an agreement for cooperation with the JMO - Jeoloji Mühendisleri Odası (Turkish Chamber of Geological Engineers). The aim of this agreement is to develop a coordinated activity for promoting initiatives and events discussing the ethical, social and cultural implications of geosciences in Turkey. It helps to assure a continued IAPG – JMO cooperation and coordination on issues of common interests in Turkey, in particular, the following: Theoretical aspects of geoethics; Analyses of geoethical problems and dilemmas, also through case-studies; Co-organization of scientific events on geoethics; Production of relevant publications. JMO agrees to support the "Cape Town Statement on Geoethics" (that contains the Geoethical Promise) and to be included in the list of 27 supporting organizations of the statement.

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IAPG signed an agreement for cooperation with GSAf

On 19 November 2020, the IAPG signed an agreement for cooperation with the GSAf - Geological Society of Africa. The agreement expresses a mutual desire to cooperate on a range of themes in the field of geoethics. It helps to assure a continued IAPG – GSAf cooperation and coordination on issues of common interests in Africa, in particular, the following: Theoretical aspects of geoethics; Analyses of geoethical problems and dilemmas, also through case-studies; Co-organization of scientific events on geoethics; Production of relevant publications. GSAf agrees to support the "Cape Town Statement on Geoethics" (that contains the Geoethical Promise) and to be included in the list of 27 supporting organizations of the statement.

Read more

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IAPG signed an agreement for cooperation with MJD

On 1 December 2020, the IAPG signed an agreement for cooperation with the MJD - Maden Jeologları Derneği (Turkish Association of Economic Geologists). The aim of this agreement is to develop a coordinated activity for promoting initiatives and events discussing the ethical, social and cultural implications of geosciences in Turkey. It helps to assure a continued IAPG – MJD cooperation and coordination on issues of common interests in Turkey, in particular, the following: Theoretical aspects of geoethics; Analyses of geoethical problems and dilemmas, also through case-studies; Co-organization of scientific events on geoethics; Production of relevant publications. MJD agrees to support the "Cape Town Statement on Geoethics" (that contains the Geoethical Promise) and to be included in the list of 27 supporting organizations of the statement.

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The video of the Lecture on "Geoethics: Integrity and Ethics in Science in Higher Education"

The video recording of the Lecture by John Geissman (University of Texas at Dallas; IAPG Geoethics Medal 2020), held on 4 January 2021, is available in the webpage of the University of Potsdam (Germany) and the IAPG YouTube channel:

https://www.uni-potsdam.de/de/earth/oeffentlichkeitsarbeit/seminare/geoethics (University of Potsdam)

https://youtu.be/GANbLvJ6bms (IAPG YouTube Channel)

Questionnaire "Geoethics in the Geosciences"

Which is the the geoscience community's perception and awareness on the importance of the ethical and social aspects of geoscience research and practice?

The online questionnarie "Geoethics in the Geosciences" is the tool for investigating this perception and awareness in this international survey conducted by the IAPG.

Everyone can fill in the questionnaire anonymously, since its structure allows compilers to fill in it as individuals in the performance of their institutional/professional activities, without implying personal data or information related to their private life.

This international survey is partially funded by the IUGS - International Union of Geological Sciences.

The questionnaire will be disseminated within the international geoscience community, also through the help of the geoscience partner organizations of the IAPG.

Everyone is invited to fill in the questionnaire. Help us in this international survey. Share the link to fill in the questionnaire with your colleagues.

Thank you very much for your cooperation.

The questionnaire can fill in here: https://form.jotformeu.com/93223788145362

 

Read more about the questionnaire

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IAPG-Canada has a new coordinator

Paul Hubley has been appointed new coordinator of IAPG-Canada. He replaces Shona van Zijll de Jong. The IAPG wishes to thank Shona van Zijll de Jong for chairing this section and for her work in representing IAPG in Canada.
Paul is Principal and Senior Geoscientist at Hubley Geosciences Limited (HGL) and President-elect of Professional Geoscientists Ontario (PGO) (2021-2022 term). He has a M.Sc. in Earth Sciences (Hydrogeology) and is a recognized Professional Geoscientist (P.Geo.), Qualified Person (QPESA) in the Province of Ontario, Canada (also recently Alberta and Saskatchewan), Environmental Professional (EP®) through ECO Canada, and is a Canadian Risk Manager (CRM®) certified by the Global Risk Management Institute (GRMI). Paul has 30 years of consulting experience on over 1,000 projects in most provinces of Canada

IAPG-Canada is one of the thirty-second section of the IAPG.

Read more about Paul Hubley

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The Early Career Scientists Team (ECST) of the IAPG

The IAPG considers the ESCT as its outpost and one of its greater strengths. The IAPG believes that early career and young scientists can indicate needs and expectations on the future of geosciences. They can help to give a perspective updated and adhering to the new challenges that geoscientists have to face. They can also report new instances from the society, identifying the potential innovative contributions that geosciences can provide to society.

The ECST board is formed by: Daniel De Miguel (Spain) - Spokeperson; Ndivhuwo Cecilia Mukosi (South Africa); Sebastian Handl (Austria); Cristina Toma (Romania); Cesar Oboni (Canada); Bárbara Zambelli (Brazil); Jonathan Rizzi (Italy/Norway); Alexandra Cardoso (Portugal).

The IAPG thanks Flavia Strani (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy) to have drawn the ECST logo.

Read more

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New article: Geoethics, a Branding for Sustainable Practices

It can be downloaded for free and cited as follows:

Bohle M. and Marone E. (2021)

Geoethics, a Branding for Sustainable Practices

Sustainability, 13(2), 895, https://doi.org/10.3390/su13020895

Free download

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New article: Geoethics and New Medias: Sharing Knowledge and Values

It can be downloaded for free and cited as follows:

Drąsutė V., Corradi S., Peppoloni S., Di Capua G. (2020)

Geoethics and New Medias: Sharing Knowledge and Values

In: 10th The Future of Education International Conference – Virtual, Conference Proceedings, Filodiritto Editore, Bologna, https://conference.pixel-online.net/FOE/files/foe/ed0010/FP/6590-SCI4598-FP-FOE10.pdf

Free download

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New article: Applying the Values of Geoethics for Sustainable Speleotourism Development

It can be downloaded for free and cited as follows:

Antić A., Peppoloni S., Di Capua G. (2020).

Applying the Values of Geoethics for Sustainable Speleotourism Development

Geoheritage, 12(3):73, 1-9, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12371-020-00504-0

Free download

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New book: Teaching Geoethics

This e-Book was a deliverable of the Erasmus+ project GOAL "Geoethics Outcomes and Awareness Learning". It can be downloaded for free and cited as follows:

Vasconcelos Clara, Schneider-Voß Susanne, and Peppoloni Silvia (Eds.)
Teaching Geoethics
Resources for higher education
2020, U.Porto Edições, 207 pp., https://doi.org/10.24840/978-989-746-254-2

Free download

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Cape Town Statement on Geoethics

It sums up all the values, concepts, contents developed by IAPG, giving a perspective for the future development of geoethics. Supported by 22 geoscience organizations and available in 35 languages

Geoethical Promise

A Hippocratic-like oath for geoscientists, originally proposed at the 34th IGC-International Geological Congress in Brisbane (Australia). Translated in 35 languages

White Paper on Responsible Mining

It intends to provide essential reference elements for framing this important topic from an ethical perspective. Drafted by the IAPG Task Group on Responsible Mining and approved by IAPG EC on 1 December 2017

SpringerBriefs

in Geoethics

It envisions a series of short publications that aim to discuss ethical, social, and cultural implications of geosciences knowledge, education, research, practice and communication. 

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Rediscovering the sense of the human in a chaos of "ceneisms"
(by Silvia Peppoloni, Italy)
This article was published in ReWriters Magazine, in Italian and English:
https://rewriters.it/riscoprire-il-senso-dellumano-antropocene-e-tutti-gli-altri-ceneismi/
"... The Earth, therefore, as a space of relationships, a place where the concept of koiné, as a common and unifying language, is specified in its expanded meaning of universal civilization, of community, of a social dimension shared by all the peoples that constitute the complex mosaic of humanity, of participation without dichotomies and contrasts between human and non-human beings, animate and inanimate, between nature and spirit."

Read the article in the IAPG Blog

Other articles published in the IAPG Blog

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Geology, Climate Change and New Policy for our Territories benefit
(by José Martín Cabello Lechuga, Chile)
 

" ... The application of Geology in political definitions on Climate Change is essential considering the hope of progress towards lasting well-being for our territories. ..."

Read the article in the IAPG Blog

Other articles published in the IAPG Blog

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eGeos: Bringing Our Talents to the Emerging Energy Economy
(by Rachelle Kernen, Australia, & Edith Newton Wilson, USA)
 

"eGeos is a virtual forum designed to help energy geoscientists bring their skills and talents to the new, emerging energy economy. The need is compelling for each of us to continue working to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all. ..."

Read the article in the IAPG Blog

Other articles published in the IAPG Blog

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Geoaesthetics: the aesthetic intelligence of the Earth
(by Silvia Peppoloni, Italy)
 
This article was published in ReWriters Magazine, in Italian and English:
https://rewriters.it/geoestetica-lintelligenza-estetica-della-terra/
 

" ... the idea of the natural environment as a simple reality to be exploited, controlled and managed is cancelled in us, and our spiritual and emotional relationship with the physical place emerges overwhelmingly, as well as the perception of its identity, its sacredness, satisfying our ancestral need to establish an emotional and aesthetic bond with the natural environment that surrounds us ..."

Read the article in the IAPG Blog

Other articles published in the IAPG Blog

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Defining geoethics
(by Giuseppe Di Capua and Silvia Peppoloni, Italy)
 

"... Ideas that underpin the conceptual foundations of geoethics can be traced back to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries when anthropogenic impacts on nature began to be recognised and documented. ...."

Read the article in the IAPG Blog

Other articles published in the IAPG Blog

In evidence
Download the IAPG Newsletter
Issue n. 3 - 2020  

7 December 2020

 

Previous newsletter issues

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Guidelines for geoconservation in protected and conserved areas 
 
(by Crofts R., Gordon J.E., Brilha J., Gray M., Gunn J., Larwood J., Santucci V.L., Tormey D., and Worboys G.L.)
Best Practice Protected Area Guidelines Series No. 31. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN. ISBN 978-2-8317-2079-1, doi:10.2305/IUCN.CH.2020.PAG.31.en.
IUCN - International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, 2020
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Promoting Gender Diversity and Inclusion in the Oil, Gas and Mining Extractive Industries 
 
A Women’s Human Rights Report
(by R. Park, B. Metzger, and L. Foreman)
The Advocates for Human Rights, January 2019
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Global Research Report
Research Integrity: Understanding our shared responsibility for a sustainable scholarly ecosystem
 
(by Szomszor M. and Quaderi N., Institute for Scientific Information)
October 2020
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White Paper on Citizen Science for Europe
 
(by Sanz F.S., Holocher-Ertl T., Kieslinger B., Sanz García F. and Silva C.G.)
European Commission, 2014
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
 
On 25 September 2015, countries adopted a set of goals to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda. Each goal has specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years.
Mining with Principles
 
"... We believe that environmental conservation and mining can co-exist when companies commit to a set of principles focussed on managing and mitigating the impact of mining and metals activities ..."
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EGU 2019: signature of the MoU between IAPG and IAG - International Association of Geomorphologists