Geology for Global Development

#EGU16: Geoscience and the Sustainable Development Goals

At #EGU16? On Thursday we’ll be partnering with Parsquake and academics from the University of Tübingen to host an interactive, public splinter meeting on “Geoscience and the Sustainable Development Goals“!


We’ll be posting resources from the meeting on our website after the event.

Joel is the Founder/Director of Geology for Global Development (@Geo_Dev) an organisation working to support geologists to make a sustainable contribution to the fight against global poverty. He is an interdisciplinary researcher, with a PhD in geography (natural hazards), and research interests in multi-hazard frameworks, disaster risk reduction, rural water projects, and sustainable development. This work has taken him to Chile, China, Guatemala, India, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda. Joel is currently based at the British Geological Survey, and tweets at @JoelCGill.

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  1. Nice to have an insight into what you are doing.Iam a geologist and graduate of engineering from Loughborough university of technology.I founded an NGO in Nigeria called Women in Mining in Nigeria.I live in Houston for some months in the year

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