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Smog in the city The Summit aims to create a highly interactive forum for effective cooperation between scientists and users of scientific information to tackle global and local challenges around sustainability of natural resources and systems, global health, and resilience.



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Participants will represent diverse global communities and sectors, including:

  • Research institutions
  • Students, scientists, and administrators from academia
  • Non-profit and philanthropic organizations
  • Government agencies and policymakers
  • For-profit corporations and industries
  • Religious institutions and indigenous communities

Anticipated cross-cutting topics include:

  • Energy and Minerals Sustainability
  • Climate Change and Ocean- and Habitat-Health
  • Water and Agricultural Production Sustainability
  • Environmental Hazards, Human Health, and Social Justice

Objectives:

  • Define: Assess the major societal challenges and the role geoscience can play to inform solutions
  • Discuss: Facilitate a dialogue between the science and user community to advance the foundational capability to tackle societal challenges by leveraging geoscience
  • Action: Develop models or processes to improve interdisciplinary engagement and science diplomacy

Announcements

  • Meeting Location

    We are pleased to announce that the Geoscience & Society Summit will be held in Stockholm, Sweden, 18-21 March 2019. Stockholm University and the Bolin Centre for Climate Research will host the 2019 Summit. Call for papers, registration and housing details ...

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