Az ENGIE projekt zárókonferenciája: október 6. Brüsszel. Már lehet jelentkezni!

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A hároméves ENGIE projekt zárókonferenciáját október 6-án Brüsszelben tartja.

A konferenica címe: Learning from the ground: Why geosciences matter for future generations

Részletek és jelentkezés: https://www.engieproject.eu/2022/07/08/final-conference/


About ENGIE

ENGIE is an EIT-funded project which aims to raise the interest of young girls for geosciences and the related engineering disciplines, and thus to improve the gender balance in these professions that are traditionally dominated by men. Although the focus is on girls, the ENGIE actions are open to anyone who wants to know more about geosciences.

Our aims for this event

Even though it is vital for our life, geoscience is not a core subject in public education. However, the knowledge of geosciences helps us to manage energy, minerals and water – the resources which are essential for human life. The basic aim of this conference is to emphasise the importance of geosciences for future generations. Topics which have high relevance and interest nowadays will be discussed and the gender aspects of geo-professions will also be touched on.

Who should attend?

The conference welcomes school students, educators, policy makers, media representatives and anybody else interested in Earth sciences.
When and where?

Please note that this is a physical event which will be held in Brussels, Belgium, on 6 October 2022.

How to register?

Participation in this event is free but registration via the following form is mandatory:
https://www.eventbrite.be/e/learning-from-the-ground-why-geosciences-matter-for-future-generations-tickets-381123730337

 

6 October 2022

08:30 – Registration and welcome coffee

09:00 – Welcome by EFG & ENGIE coordinator

09:10 – ENGIE key outcomes

09:30 – Video pitches by the awardees of the ENGIE video and photo contests

09:45 – Importance of geoscience for future generations – different perspectives

  • Geology in the energy transition – Marit Brommer
  • Sustainability of raw materials supply – Karen Hanghoj
  • Mitigation of geohazards – Pavlos Tyrologou
  • Groundwater quality and supply – Marco Petitta
  • Geoheritage and geo-conservation – Anjana Khatwa
  • Geosciences in public education – tbc
  • Gender in geosciences – Lena Abrahamsson

11:30 – Coffee break

11:50 – Joint European initiations

  • International Geodiversity Day – tbc
  • European Year of Youth – tbc

12:35 – Panel discussion with representatives of different stakeholder groups

13:00 – Conclusions & ENGIE follow-up activities

13:15 – Networking lunch