5 ways to have a GreenEGU!

5 ways to have a GreenEGU!

All too often organisations can claim sustainability initiatives that don’t really do much to help the environment, known as ‘greenwashing’. For several years, EGU has committed – both in terms of our resources and the research we support – to help create a cleaner and greener environment in real terms. One of the most significant initiatives is our switch to a fully hybrid meeti ...[Read More]

Imaggeo on Mondays: Soil and water conservation in the Dogon Plateau, Mali

Velio Coviello, a scientist from the Research Institute for Hydrogeological Protection, Italy, and one of the winners of the EGU 2014 Photo Contest, brings us this week’s Imaggeo on Mondays. He sheds light on his winning image and the problems associated with conserving soils and water in Western Africa…  This picture was taken on Mali’s Dogon plateau during the dry season, in the course of a late ...[Read More]

Counterintuitive solutions improve public transportation and urban design in Seattle

The Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy (ELEEP) Network brings together young professionals from Europe and North America with the aim of fostering transatlantic relations. Former EGU Science Communications Fellow and ELEEP member Edvard Glücksman reports back from a study tour of the US Pacific Northwest. After describing urban planning strategies in Oregon in his first post, here ...[Read More]