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The Geohazards, Geoengineering and Georesilience (G3) inaugural conference

Breakthroughs in interdisciplinarity for geohazard risk reduction

1 December 2023

The G3 theme leaders (L-R), Dr Aggie Georgiopoulou (Principal Marine Geologist, Ternan Energy), Dr Irene Manzella (Associate Professor in Geotechnical Engineering for Natural Hazard Risk Management, Head of The Centre for Disaster Resilience, University of Twente), Dr Anna Hicks (Volcanologist/Disaster Risk Reduction Geoscientist, British Geological Survey). (Image: © Kelly Stanford)

The inaugural conference of the Geohazards, Geoengineering and Georesilience (G3) Scientific Theme will share ‘good news’ stories that focus on celebrating truly interdisciplinary approaches to knowledge development in geohazards and geoengineering.

To be held on 25–26 March 2024 at Burlington House, the hybrid conference will explore breakthroughs in interdisciplinary processes and outputs that aim to lessen or altogether avoid the adverse impacts of geohazards. We recognise the immense contribution that knowledge from outside of the geosciences and geoengineering is having in this regard, so we welcome contributions in any format, and from any discipline(s). 

An art exhibition will form a central component of the conference and we are advocating for more creative and emotionally attentive approaches to communicating stories and knowledge about geohazards and risk reduction. Participants may wish to share stories of community or systems adaptation to environmental change, of engineering feats or solutions, or of short- or
long-term recovery to the impacts of geohazards. 

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