about the project
The ENGIE project aims to turn the interest of girls to study geosciences and geo-engineering, and thus to improve the gender balance in these disciplines. The project is developing an awareness-raising strategy and creating a stakeholder collaboration network for the implementation of a set of outreach actions in more than 20 European countries.
Improving the gender balance in these disciplines
Implementing awareness-raising activities in 22 European countries
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ENGIE movie in the Official Selection of the Earth Futures Festival
The movie ‘ENGIE: Why are geosciences important for society?' has been selected to be included within the Earth Futures Festival 2022 as part of its Official Selection. This means that the movie has been chosen as one of the top 50 films out of the 972 films submitted...
Fiona Watters video on geospatial science available in 15 European languages
As part of the ENGIE project activities, eight female role models in the field of geoscience recorded short videos in which they introduced themselves and shared some details about their professional experience and why they chose a career path in geoscience. The...
ENGIE webinar on the geoscience methodology course for teachers
ENGIE webinar on the geoscience methodology course for teachersOn 24 November 2021, the ENGIE project is organising a webinar to present the Geoscience Methodology Course for Teachers. The webinar is scheduled for 17:00 – 18:00 CET (Brussels time). Earth science or...
Webinar: Mary Anning and other inspiring female geoscientists
‘Mary Anning and other inspiring female geoscientists’ will take place on 8 November 2022, 16:30-17:30 CET (Brussels time).
Eva Hartai nominated for the EIT Women Leadership Award
EIT RawMaterials nominated ENGIE coordinator Eva Hartai for the EIT Women Leadership Award
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