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GeoPolicy: EGU science for policy: what’s coming up in 2021?

GeoPolicy: EGU science for policy: what’s coming up in 2021?

There were a lot of big changes to the EGU’s science for policy programme in 2020 with many of our activities, such as the annual science for policy event and science-policy pairing scheme, moving online. But 2021 promises to be an even bigger year with a greater number of opportunities to engage and activities becoming even more accessible! So, if you haven’t engaged with science for policy befor ...[Read More]

EGU Photo Competition 2021: Now open for submissions!

EGU Photo Competition 2021: Now open for submissions!

If you are registered for the 2021 online General Assembly vEGU21 (19 – 30 April), you can take part in our annual photo competition! Winners receive a free registration to next year’s General Assembly!   The eleventh annual EGU photo competition opens today, 15 January. Up until 1 March, every participant pre-registered for the General Assembly can submit up to three original photos an ...[Read More]

What was the best Division blog post in 2020: vote for your favourite!

What was the best Division blog post in 2020: vote for your favourite!

The past 12 months have seen an impressive 540 posts published across the EGU’s official blog, GeoLog, as well as the network and division blogs. The EGU Division bloggers in particular have been hard at work producing new informative, fun and interesting blog posts for our members both inside their Division, but also across EGU as a whole! Ocean Sciences Division joined the EGU blogging family &# ...[Read More]

GeoPolicy: European Research Council funding opportunities – Your questions answered!

GeoPolicy: European Research Council funding opportunities – Your questions answered!

The European Research Council (ERC) is a leading European funding body supporting frontier research, investigator-driven, across all fields of science.The ERC offers various different funding opportunities with grants budgets of €1.5 to €3.5 million for individual scientists with the sole criterion for selection being scientific excellence. In October, the EGU hosted a webinar that highlighted som ...[Read More]