Geology for Global Development


Voice of the Future 2014

‘Voice of the Future‘ (yes I agree, the young scientist community are and should be an important voice of today!) is a fantastic event which has taken place for the past few years. It gathers young scientists from a number of disciplines, including geology, and enables them to put questions to senior Government Ministers in the UK, civil servants and MPs. These normally include the Min ...[Read More]

Christmas Break

We’ll be taking a break from blogging over the festive season – returning on January 6th! Do join us again then for more articles, photographs and opportunities to get involved in the fight against global poverty. In the meantime – if you haven’t ‘Liked’ our Facebook page or followed us on Twitter – do that now to keep up to date with breaking news and opp ...[Read More]

Friday Photo (107): School in the Mountains

  St Peter’s School in Leh, Ladakh will host a students programme on sustainable development, climate and hazards in June 2014. The modern, large school sits in the shadow of Himalayan mountains. Credit: Rosalie Tostevin, Geology for Global Development Leh, Ladakh, 2013

Looking ahead to the summer…

The sunshine is out, we have our first male singles Wimbledon Champion in 77 years, and the smell of BBQs is wafting through our windows – it is officially summertime! Over the summer the GfGD blog is going to be busy, with a range of interesting articles. As normal, we’ll still be publishing articles on Mondays and Wednesdays, with our Friday Photos continuing as well. You may also fi ...[Read More]