The ENGIE team is deeply saddened by the loss of our Advisory Board member, Professor Chris King who passed away on 17 February 2022. Chris was an outstanding science communicator and introduced innovative methods to teaching geosciences in an attractive and...
A contribution by Cristina Sapalski, ICOG and Geologos del Mundo The eruption of the volcano Cumbre Vieja, which occurred between 19 September and 13 December 2021, caused extensive damage on the Canarian island of La Palma: more than 300 earthquakes registered in 24...
This interview was recorded at the beginning of October 2021, two weeks into the ongoing ‘Cumbre Vieja’ volcano eruption on the Spanish island of La Palma*. We had a chance to talk to one of the field geologists, Maria Jiménez Mejías, who were present...
Croatia’s capital Zagreb is situated on the slopes of Medvednica Mountain, a beautiful nature park that hides many treasures. One of those treasures is Zrinski mine, today open as a touristic attraction. Zrinski mine is located near the Grafičar mountain lodge...
Earth science or geoscience studies the structure, composition, evolution and physical and chemical properties of the Earth. Understanding these phenomena is crucial to maintaining human life on our planet. Geoscience is key to securing the resources which are...
ENGIE webinar on the geoscience methodology course for teachers On 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...
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