Can Europe use less of these metals? How much of this demand is driven by our throw-away culture? There has been little response to the last blogpost, does everyone agree with the panel or everyone agee with the questioner? Please start the conversation here… For the Great Debate Webstream please visit the EGU GA 2011 webstreaming pages. The session details can be found on the EGU General As ...[Read More]
This year on the EGU General Assembly blog there will be guest posts from participants about their research and their impressions of sessions. These are personal points of view not EGU corporate views. If you would like to contribute a research or session viewpoint, please email us. This viewpoint is James Pope concerning the Union Masterclass (webstream available here). James is a PhD student at ...[Read More]
The winner of the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2011 photo competition will be announced at 12:15 on Friday 8th April in the Crystal Lounge, on the 1st floor (Green Level). The deadline for voting is 16:00 on Thursday, 7 April.
Items from the European Geosciences Union General Assembly are featured prominently on the BBC’s Science and Environment pages. The current top story is about “Thuderstorms numbers calculated” (link). The top story for some time yesterday (Wednesday) was Climate ‘fix’ may warm, not cool, again directly related to research presented at the EGU General Assembly. If you ...[Read More]