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June 17, 2013 10:04 AM
|AGI's Geoscience Policy Program seeks a policy staff member for the Critical Issues Program, a new initiative to improve the flow of geoscience information to policy makers. This position offers considerable scope to shape the development of the program. Read more >>>|
May 03, 2013 02:09 PM
|FINAL REPORT ON THE GLOBAL GEOSCIENCE INITIATIVE - The International Year of Planet Earth (IYPE), which has achieved considerable success in its outreach activities, has not generated a significant science program. As the triennium reaches its end, there is a wish to explore the scope to launch a global geoscience initiative, to use the momentum generated by IYPE and three other international years, and to take forward the aims expressed in the Tsukuba Declaration, issued jointly by participants in these programs. Read more >>>
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