Tuesday, November 30, 2021


Call for abstracts
EGU2022

Session EOS4.1
Geoethics in the face of global anthropogenic changes: how do we intersect different knowledge domains?

deadline:
12 January 2022, 13:00 CET



Conveners:
Silvia Peppoloni, John Ludden, Luiz Oosterbeek, Pimnutcha Promduangsri, Billy Williams

Co-sponsoring organizations:
International Association for Promoting Geoethics (IAPG), American Geophysical Union (AGU), International Council for Philosophy and Human Sciences (CIPSH), International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS).

Session description:
How can geosciences serve society in addressing global anthropogenic changes, such as climate change, hazards and risks, natural resources exploitation? Which is the societal role geoscientists play within society? How much ethics is important in geosciences?
These are only some of the fundamental questions that modern geoscientists, aware of the ethical implications of their profession, should ask themselves.
As any scientist, geoscientists have responsibilities in developing excellent science and international cooperation, as well as in communicating scientific knowledge to different stakeholders. Specifically, geoscientists have great responsibility in creating methods and technologies for assuring people’s safety and a responsible use of planet Earth as entity and of its georesources, to guarantee public welfare and sustainable life conditions for present and future generations.
The complexity of the world and problems affecting it requires interdisciplinary approaches and cooperation, capable of synthesizing a range of knowledge, methods, tools. This is one of the goals of promoting geoethical thinking.
The purpose of this session is to create an opportunity for thinking and discussing about ethical, societal and social implications of global problems investing issues at the intersection between geosciences, humanities, and social sciences, with the objective of framing global anthropogenic changes as the crisis of the 21st century.
Conveners invite colleagues to confront on these topics from their professional perspectives, by presenting concepts, investigations, experiences, methods, problems, practices, case studies on ethical, societal and social perspectives to address global warming, exploitation of natural resources, risk reduction, conservation of geoheritage, science communication and education, to provide food for thought and create connections between different disciplinary fields, with the aim to build a genuine interdisciplinary community.
This session celebrates 10 years since the foundation of the IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics (https://www.geoethics.org), and is co-sponsored by AGU - American Geophysical Union, CIPSH - International Council for Philosophy and Human Sciences, and IUGS - International Union of Geological Sciences.

Rules about abstract submission at the EGU 2022:

Abstract submission in the session EOS4.1:

EGU Roland Schlich travel support 
(deadline for application: 1 December 2021, 13:00 CET):

More about these sessions and the short course:


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Other events on geoethics:

IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics: 
https://www.geoethics.org

Friday, November 26, 2021


Just published in the journal "International Journal of Science Education, Part B"


Ribeiro T., Lima L. and Vasconcelos C. (2021). The need for transparent communication in mining: a case study in lithium exploitation. International Journal of Science Education, Part B. https://doi.org/10.1080/21548455.2021.1999530 

Abstract:
Society’s progress and living standards depend on the exploitation of raw materials. For centuries, its exploitation had kept pace with humanity's demand. Lithium is a critical element, essential to the development of green technologies, to decarbonization process, and for our daily life. In Portugal, there are high-quality Lithium deposits, with the Barroso-Alvão region holding a significant one. In this region, the mining possibility raises communities' societal concerns. Although exploitation is a needed asset for geoscientists, communities present a contrary position. Then, what is the reason for this conflict? A questionnaire was conducted amongst inhabitants (N=61) from two communities to determine their perceptions concerning the transparency of communication by the specialists, media, and exploitation companies. The results revealed insufficient clearness leading to the population's disapproval. Geoethical dilemmas were raised such as the need for reliable communication and the geoscientists' role in informed consent. Underlying to geosciences education and communication, citizens' engagement activities are required for the forming of accurate opinions about the demand for georesources.


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Other publications on geoethics on the IAPG website:
IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics: 
https://www.geoethics.org

Thursday, November 25, 2021


REMINDER

eLearning Course
"Practical Geocommunication"

(Black Friday Discount) 


Dear IAPG Members,

As many of you are aware, earlier this year IAPG endorsed Geologize’s course, Practical Geocommunication.

Geologize provides IAPG members a 70% discount. However, during the up-coming Black Friday (25th - 27th November), Geologize will be providing a larger 90% discount making the course just $45 (regular price is $450).

Practical Geocommunication has been met by critical acclaim worldwide as it training geoscientists to effectively and powerful communicate and conduct outreach with the public. Given how important we all know the public’s perception of the geosciences is in creating a more equitable and sustainable future, we encourage as many of you as possible to take advantage of this offer.

Starting on the 25th November, you can access this discount by following these instructions.

2) Click ‘BUY NOW’
3) Register and enter the coupon: iapg-pggz
4) Pay the discounted price

Please get in touch with Geologize CEO, Dr Haydon Mort, if you have any questions related to this offer (haydon@geologize.org)

Kind regards,
Wendy Davidson



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IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics




Invited talks on geoethics for a training course on disaster management in India

25 November 2021


Silvia Peppoloni (IAPG co-founding member and Secretary General) gives an invited talk (virtual mode) entitled "Ethics for Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience", in the "One Week Faculty Development/ToT Programme on Disaster Management", organized by the National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM), Ministry of Home Affairs (India), in collaboration with the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES), Dehradun, Uttarakhand (India). Surya Parkash (Head of the GMR Division at NIDM and IAPG-India coordinator) chairs this event and gives a talk entitled "Basic Understanding of Disaster Management".


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Other events on geoethics:

IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics: 
https://www.geoethics.org

Wednesday, November 24, 2021


International Geodiversity Day
was established by UNESCO


The International Geodiversity Day was established on 23 November 2021 by the 41st session of the UNESCO General Conference!!

From now on, the 6th of October will be an annual worldwide celebration, raising awareness across society about the importance of non-living nature for the well-being and prosperity of all living beings on the planet!

The IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics (https://www.geoethics.org) was among the organizations supporting the proposal submitted to UNESCO.



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Publications on geoethics:
IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics: 
https://www.geoethics.org

Tuesday, November 23, 2021


Geoethics and Arts


We announce the publication of the following art book
:

Ying Kit Chan
Geoethics
Works by Ying Kit Chan
2021, Old Stone Press, pp. 158, ISBN 978-1938462542

At the end of this book, the Ying Kit Chan has written an artistic statement "Toward an Aesthetic of Geoethics". In this statement he is calling on all artists to adopt geoethics as a philosophical framework for their art production.

Read more about this book:

Download the preview:


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Publications on geoethics:
IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics: 
https://www.geoethics.org

Wednesday, November 17, 2021


Sandra Villacorta and Iain Hay
are awarded the Geoethics Medal 2021


Sandra Villacorta (Peru)
"Sandra Villacorta is one of the outstanding figures in geoethical practice in the Spanish-speaking region. She has made a measurable impact over the past 10 years as a passionate advocate for promoting the spread of Geosciences in the society as well as the improvement of Geosciences education quality and leading the advance in geoethics in Latin America. She was the founder of the International Association for Promoting Geoethics (IAPG) Peruvian section, highlighted in the region. Since 2014 she has dedicated herself to promoting scientific integrity, ethics, and equality in geosciences, as well as giving conferences and writing articles on geoscience subjects and geoethics to spread it in the Spanish language. Her volunteer activities include: working with the International Union of Geological Sciences (Commission on Geoscience Education) and the International Geoscience Education Organization to help the improvement of Geosciences education worldwide and working in raising the awareness of applying Geosciences as part of the solutions for the development in Latin American countries, as a member of international committees. She has also assisted the Peruvian Groups of the International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment and IAPG with encouraging the use of worldwide techniques of engineering geology and ethical values to solve environmental problems faced in Peru and frequently been asked to give public talks as well as to appear as the subject of a variety of media material, encouraging awareness in disaster prevention in Peru. Sandra is an example of a high level of commitment to the practice of geoethics, academic excellence and develops its activities as a geoethical duty to society."


Iain Hay (Australia)
"Iain Hay has pioneered the field of geographies of domination and oppression in a lifetime’s work acknowledged by a rare Doctor of Letters (University of Canterbury 2009). His research unmasks unintended and insidious ways in which injustice is created, reproduced and transformed. He works tirelessly to overcome injustice through practical and conceptual means and has led international professional development initiatives on ethics in geography; shaped geographical organisations’ codes of ethics; and developed influential educational resources on ethics. Iain’s lasting service to geoscience professions includes as First Vice‐President of the International Geographical Union, President of the Institute of Australian Geographers, Chair of the Australian Academy of Science’s National Committee for Geography, and Councillor of the global Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). He co‐founded the ground‐breaking journal Ethics, Place and Environment and promoted its ambitions for twelve years as Asia‐Pacific Commissioning Editor. He has been Editor-in‐Chief of Geographical Research and Editor of South Australian Geographical Journal. Iain co‐authored the innovative Research Ethics in the Social Sciences and continues to write extensively on ethics in geography. Contributors to his landmark multi‐edition book Qualitative Research Methods in Human Geography are entreated to emphasise ethical concerns, social justice, issues of racism, ableism, sexism, and Indigenous issues in their chapters. Iain’s dedication to justice and the development of geoethical understandings is acknowledged by awards from the: American Association of Geographers, New Zealand Geographical Society, and Royal Geographical Society. He is the only geographer to receive the Australian Prime Minister’s Award for University Teacher of the Year."

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Sandra Villacorta joined the team of geological service professionals from Peru (INGEMMET) in 2003 as a junior geologist in the Division of Environmental Geology (before becoming the environmental geology and geological risk) in Lima, Peru. There, he began by supporting studies of the National Program of Geologic Hazards. In 2007, advanced to a senior geologist and group leader, developing projects of and then developing studies of Environmental Geology but later specialized in mass movements (in particular debris flows and floods). In 2011 and 2015, went part-time at the National University of Engineering giving lectures at the applied geology course (undergraduate) and the course on Risk Assessment caused by natural phenomena (postgraduate). Since that time she assisted numerous students in their bachelor and master's thesis. Between 2013 and 2018, she studied Lima's alluvial fan to have a geomorphological interpretation to help in preventing disaster in the Peruvian capital. During this time she developed volunteer activity through being a member of the Young Earth Scientist network, International Association for Promoting Geoethics, International Geoscience Education Organization and International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment. Between 2014 and 2018, she was the representative of IAPG in Peru and developed initiatives such as promoting the creation of other IAPG sections in Latin America and the foundation of the Latin American chapter of IGEO. To date, she has authored or co-authored 35 peer-reviewed publications (consisting of 43 conference papers, 41 journal articles and a book chapter and a book in progress). Most importantly, she has steered projects through international networks involving professionals in Europe, Latin America, The Caribbean and Australasia. An example of the variety of her involvement in projects includes Lima Environmental Atlas (several Peruvian entities); Building Latin American chapter of IGEO (coordinating with colleagues in Latin America and The Caribbean); green technology to prevent disaster (ongoing with Charles Darwin University, Australia). Her research topics include Quaternary landscape processes, fluvial geomorphology, natural hazards, spatial analysis of terrain, erosion processes and environmental geology. She also develops models for debris flow and floods that can be used to predict geohazards in urban areas. In addition, Dr. Villacorta currently holds a research fellow position with Charles Darwin University and previously worked with INGEMMET for 15 years. In that experience, she covered a wide variety of open-cut geoscientific projects across environmental geology, geotechnical and geosciences. She has been instrumental in the conception, inception, guidance and leadership of projects. A direct contribution to disaster prevention was through the Landslide Susceptibility Map of Peru project, which involved the collection and interpretation of data from more than ten years of research. The result was effectively shared online with the Peruvian administration for natural disaster management. To see the gamut of projects Sandra has been involved with, visit the INGEMMET website (Geocatmin). Education: She has been lecturer, mentor, trainer, guide, challenger, advisor to an innumerable number of students and young geologists during her career in Peru and recently in Latin America. Her extensive experience has enabled her to educate geoscientists across several experience levels from undergraduates, graduates and post-graduates, geotechnical engineers to senior geologists and heads of department. Many people she has been involved with have progressed to become prolific contributors in their own right to the body of knowledge on the Andes geological hazards. In this sense, she has generated a multiplier effect on the contribution to geohazard knowledge in Peru and Latin America through her original contribution. Qualifications and Pre- Career: She received her PhD from the Technical University of Madrid, Spain, in 2018. After graduation, she joined the University of Charles Darwin as a research fellow in Australia, working on infrastructure and green technology to prevent disaster. She also holds a Master degree of Science in Environmental Geology from the same University and a Bachelor degree as a Geologist Engineer from the National University of Engineering (Peru).

Iain Hay's academic career has been dedicated to the understanding and assurance of justice. After joining Flinders University’s ethics review committee in 1992 he became absorbed with the links between justice, geography, and ethics, and keen to negotiate the fraught relationship between ethical conduct and regulatory compliance. Iain was concerned to ensure that geographers favour and apply thoughtful ethical conduct over blind compliance to institutional edicts. Throughout his career he has tackled this challenge along three interconnected axes: scholarly leadership, institutional service, and celebrated teaching. First, with two colleagues, Iain co‐founded the ground‐breaking journal Ethics, Place and Environment in 1998 and served for over 12 years as its Asia‐Pacific Commissioning Editor. His highly‐cited article in the journal’s inaugural issue announced ambitions for an ethical focus in geography that encourages the development and application of moral imaginations and does so by embracing research, pedagogy, and the role of professional societies equally. Later, Iain teamed this work with a successful book, co‐authored with lawyer/criminologist Mark Israel, entitled Research Ethics in the Social Sciences. From ethical conduct to regulatory compliance (2006), and numerous scholarly papers written over two decades. And Iain’s most successful book, Qualitative Research Methods in Human Geography (Oxford University Press), now in its fifth edition, has been a vanguard of ethical practice. Second, in the 1990s Iain guided the Institute of Australian Geographers and the New Zealand Geographical Society in their development of ethical codes. He helped move the policy focus from adherence to ‘codes’ to thoughtful, ‘ethically informed conduct’ by ‘responsible citizens’. He also served as Institute of Australian Geographers’ liaison with the American Association of Geographers’ Values and Environmental Justice Specialty Group. In a continuation of his career‐long institutional service to geoethics, Iain was recently elected by its 12,000 members to join the Council of the global Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Third, recognising that not all geoethical challenges can be anticipated, Iain has sought to help students and colleagues develop the skills, knowledge, and character required to conduct themselves ethically, even when none is watching. He developed, used, and published innovative teaching‐and‐learning resources to foster what he calls ‘moral imaginations’. Central to these resources are real ethical dilemmas, gathered painstakingly from geographers who had confronted them in everyday practice around the world. That this work has been successful is linked to Iain’s internationally recognised capabilities as a distinguished geoeducator. He has, for example, been able to advance geoethics through work as co‐founder of the International Network for Learning and Teaching Geography in Higher Education, foundation Australasian Editor of Journal of Geography in Higher Education, advisor on British geoethics curriculum projects, and ethics program contributor to the US Geography Faculty Development Alliance. Iain’s professional commitment has been recognised extensively. In 2006 he received the Prime Minister’s Award for Australian University Teacher of the Year. In 2009, the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) acknowledged his “excellence in the promotion and practice of teaching and learning in Geography in Higher Education” with its Taylor and Francis Award. In 2010 he accepted the American Association of Geographers’ E. Willard and Ruby S. Miller Award, for “outstanding contributions to the discipline of geography.”
The New Zealand Geographical Society presented Iain with its Distinguished New Zealand Geographer Medal in 2011 and in 2014 he was admitted as a Fellow the UK’s Academy of Social Sciences. This was followed in 2018 by the American Association of Geographers’ Grosvenor Geographic Education Honors, believed to be the first time this award has been presented to anyone outside North America. Iain Hay’s name is synonymous with advancing ethics practice and education in geography.


Geoethics Medal recipients
  • 2021: Sandra Villacorta (Peru) and Iain Hay (Australia)
  • 2020: John Geissman (USA)
  • 2019: Linda Gundersen (USA)
  • 2018: Chris King (United Kingdom)

Geoethics Medal website


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IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

MinerLima 2021

18-21 November 2021


Miraflores (Lima)

7th edition of the geoscience exhibition organized by IAPG-Peru

Topic: "For a sustainable and inclusive mining"


Monday, November 15, 2021




Lecture on geoethics in Slovenia

17 November 2021
13:00-14:00 CET


Giuseppe Di Capua (IAPG co-founding member and treasurer) holds an online lecture entitled "Geoethics: from an ethics for geosciences to a global ethics for societies", organized by the GeoZS - Geological Survey of Slovenia for its 75th anniversary.


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Other events on geoethics:

IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics: 
https://www.geoethics.org

Thursday, November 11, 2021


eLearning Course
"Practical Geocommunication"
(Black Friday Discount) 


Dear IAPG Members,

As many of you are aware, earlier this year IAPG endorsed Geologize’s course, Practical Geocommunication.

Geologize provides IAPG members a 70% discount. However, during the up-coming Black Friday (25th - 27th November), Geologize will be providing a larger 90% discount making the course just $45 (regular price is $450).

Practical Geocommunication has been met by critical acclaim worldwide as it training geoscientists to effectively and powerful communicate and conduct outreach with the public. Given how important we all know the public’s perception of the geosciences is in creating a more equitable and sustainable future, we encourage as many of you as possible to take advantage of this offer.

Starting on the 25th November, you can access this discount by following these instructions.

2) Click ‘BUY NOW’
3) Register and enter the coupon: iapg-pggz
4) Pay the discounted price

Please get in touch with Geologize CEO, Dr Haydon Mort, if you have any questions related to this offer (haydon@geologize.org)

Kind regards,
Wendy Davidson


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IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics

Tuesday, November 2, 2021


Geoethics at the EGU 2022

Vienna (Austria), 3-8 April 2022


For the 11th year we are supporting sessions on geoethics at the General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, that will be held in Vienna from 3 to 8 April 2022 (EGU2022).

The call for abstracts is open. The deadline for abstract submission is 12 January 2022, 13:00 CET.

Rules about abstract submission at the EGU 2022:

EGU Roland Schlich travel support (deadline for application: 1 December 2021, 13:00 CET):

Here the sessions and short course we co-sponsor at the EGU 2022.

Session EOS4.1: Geoethics in the face of global anthropogenic changes: how do we intersect different knowledge domains?
(Conveners: Silvia Peppoloni, John Ludden, Luiz Oosterbeek, Pimnutcha Promduangsri, Billy Williams). This session is co-sponsored by the IAPG, AGU, CIPSH, IUGS.
Description and abstract submission:

Session EOS1.8: Climate & ocean literacy: Helping people to care ethically within planetary boundaries
(Conveners: David Crookall, Giuseppe Di Capua, Bärbel Winkler, Francesca Santoro, Mario Mascagni). This session is sponsored by the IAPG.
Description and abstract submission:
 
Short Course SC4.1: Geoethics for Earth, Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
(Convenership: Eduardo Marone, Silvia Peppoloni). This short course is co-organized by EOS4/BG8/GM14/SSP5 and co-sponsored by the IAPG and IOI-TC-LAC.
Description:

More about these sessions and the short course:

Read more about EGU 2022:



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Other events on geoethics:

IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics: 
https://www.geoethics.org

Friday, October 29, 2021


Just published in the special issue on hydrogeoethics of the journal Mediterranean Geoscience Reviews


We are glad to inform that the editorial of the special issue "Hydrogeoethics in Sustainable Water Resources Management Facing Water Scarcity in Mediterranean and Surrounding Regions" of the journal Mediterranean Geoscience Reviews has been published.

This editorial is entitled:

"Hydrogeoethics in sustainable water resources management facing water scarcity in Mediterranean and surrounding regions

and authored by Helder I. Chaminé, Manuel Abrunhosa, Maurizio Barbieri, Acacia Naves, Ezzoura Errami, Alexandra Aragão, Giuseppe di Capua.

The editorial is fully open access and can be downloaded here:
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s42990-021-00069-2

It can be cited as follows:

Chaminé H.I., Abrunhosa M., Barbieri M., Naves A., Errami E., Aragão A. and Di Capua G. (2021). Hydrogeoethics in sustainable water resources management facing water scarcity in Mediterranean and surrounding regions. Mediterranean Geoscience Reviews. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42990-021-00069-2. 


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Other publications on geoethics in the IAPG website:
IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics: 
https://www.geoethics.org

Wednesday, October 27, 2021


4th Round Table on Geoethics in Peru

18 December 2021
11:00-14:00 (GMT-5)


After holding three round tables on Geoethics in Peru, as part of the activities of the Peruvian Section of the International Association for Promoting Geoethics and with the support of the IAPG-Peru Student Group, IAPG-Peru organizes the 4th Round Table on Geoethics, entitled: "On geoethics in Peru: Towards the development of geoethical policies".

The main goal of the activity is to promote the debate on ethics in the geoscience profession, focusing on different fields of activity, through critical reflections and analyses of case studies.

Participants will receive certificates of attendance.

Organizing Committee:
Pedro Isique, Sandra Villacorta, Judith Sullón, César Chacaltana, IAPG-Peru Student Group.

Programme:

11:00 - Inauguration, by Round Table Moderator: Eng. Pedro Pedro Isique, IAPG-Peru Coordinator.

11:10 - Theme 1: Importance of the IESO Olympiads in Geoscience Education, by Dr. Amelia Calonge (IGEO Council Member)

11:40 - Theme 2: On the importance of reducing the practice of negative behaviors in research activities: cases of plagiarism and falsification, by Ciro Bedia (UNMSM)

12:10 - Theme 3: Geoscientific reflections on the social responsibility of geoscience institutions, by César Chacaltana (ASPP)

12:40 - Theme 4: On the inclusion in the geoscience community: women and people with disabilities, by Millarca Valenzuela and Natalia Astudillo (IAPG-Chile)

13:10-13:25 - Plenary with panelists

13:25 - Closing remarks by panelists

13:45 - Closing remarks on the round table by Roberto Greco (IAPG Continental Coordinator for South America)


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Other events on geoethics:

IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics: 
https://www.geoethics.org

Monday, October 25, 2021


IAPG talk on Geoethics in Mexico

25 October 2021


Sandra Villacorta
Sandra Villacorta (Scientific Coordinator of IAPG-Peru) gives a talk on geoethics at the First International Congress "Study and Application of Geoscience on Earth and in the Space" (Primer Congreso Internacional "El Estudio y la Aplicación de las Geociencias en la Tierra y en el Espacio") in Mexico.

The title of Sandra's talk is "Geoethics and its importance in Latin America" (Geoética y su importancia en América Latina). 

The congress is organized by Centro de Inteligencia y Análisis Estratégico under the auspices of the Centro de Investigaciones Geopoliticas en Energia y Medio Ambiente de México.

Sandra Villacorta will present the principles of geoethics, the Geoethical Promise, the Cape Town Statement on Geoethics and the latest advances in promoting geoethics worldwide. Moreover, she will show examples from Peru in order to reflect on the importance of applying the values of geoethics in the Latin America.

Sandra founded the Peruvian Section of the IAPG in 2014.


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Other events on geoethics:

IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics: 
https://www.geoethics.org


Friday, October 22, 2021



Round table on geoethics in Bolivia

22 October 2021


The online roundtable on geoethics is included in the programme of the XXIV Bolivian Geological Congress that is held in La Paz (Bolivia) and is organized by IAPG-Bolivia.

Date: 22 October 2021
Time: 10:30 GMT-4

Speakers:

10:30 - 10:45 Giuseppe Di Capua (IAPG-Italy)
10:45 - 11:00 Pedro Isique (IAPG-Peru)
11:00 - 11:15 Elizabeth Rovere (IAPG-Argentina)
11:15 - 11:30 Wilfredo Ramos Collorana (IAPG-Bolivia)
11:30 - 12:00 Comments and conclusions

Zoom link: 

Meeting id: 937 4434 5358
Metting password: 765948


Elizabeth Rovere (IAPG-Argentina)

Giuseppe Di Capua (IAPG-Italy)

Pedro Isique (IAPG-Peru)

Wilfredo Ramos Collorana (IAPG-Bolivia)



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Other events on geoethics:

IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics: 
https://www.geoethics.org