Geoethics is gaining wide recognition in the geoscience community. The following is a list of workshops and theme sessions that have been offered in the recent past. Take a look at the significant progress that has been made, and look for opportunities to participate!
The International Association for Promoting Geoethics (IAPG) is a multidisciplinary, scientific platform for widening the discussion and creating awareness about problems of Ethics applied to the Geosciences.
Theme Sessions at Meetings of Professional Societies
- 2015 European Geoscience Union, Vienna Austria April 12-17; EOS8 Geoethicsfor society: General aspects and case studies in geosciences. Convener: Silvia Peppoloni | Co-Conveners: Nic Bilham , Susan W. Kieffer , Eduardo Marone; Oral Sessions and Poster Session
- 2016 AGU Meeting: PA12B: Geoethics and Scientific Integrity: The Keys to Advancing the Geosciences and a Healthy Planet
- 2017 AGU Fall Meeting, How Do We Ensure Research and Scientific Integrity? A Diverse Panel Discusses the Critical Components and Challenges of Crafting and Implementing Effective Scientific Integrity Policies
- 35th International Geoscience Congress, 2016, Cape Town, South Africa Program and Abstracts sponsored by IAPG.
- EGU 2017
- Geoethics Sessions Scheduled at the 2018 Resources for Future Generations meeting, sponsored by IAPG
- 9th International Conference on Ethics in Biology, Engineering and Medicine 2018--includes theme sessions that overlap with interests in the Earth and Environmental Sciences. See abstracts from the 8th International Conference on Ethics in Biology, Engineering and Medicine 2015
- EGU 2018 Theme Sessions on Geoethics sponsored by IAPG
- 2016 AGU Heads and Chairs Meeting--8:30-10:30 Addressing harassment and improving workplace climate â€“ Rebecca Haacker, Director SOARS Program UCAR and Carolyn Brinkworth, Director of Diversity, Education and Outreach, NCAR, David Mogk, Professor of Geology, Montana State University
- GSA 2016, workshop on Ethics on the Edge: Scientific Integrity and Geoethics for a Changing World, Presenters Linda Gundersen and David Mogk
- Getting to Fair: The Impact of Implicit Bias on Decision-Making--Blair Schneider and Mary Anne Holmes, 2017 at the AGU Heads and Chairs Meeting; see also presentation on The Role of the Bystander in Reducing Departmental Conflict by Mary Anne Holmes, Erika Marin-Spiotta and Deborah Love, and the presentation by Vince Cronin on Steps to Improve Teaching Geoethics in Your Department.
- Teaching Geoethics Across the Geoscience Curriculum--David Mogk, AGU/AGI Department Heads and Chairs Webinar Series, Friday, February 20, 2015
- Fundamentals of Professional Ethics: Elements and Examples, March 28, 2017 at 1:00pm EDT. Presenter is David Abbott
- The Development of Geoscience-related Ethics Codes Thursday, March 8, 2018, Presenter is David Abbott
Volumes on Geoethics
- Geoethics and geological culture. Reflections from the Geoitalia Conference 2011--Annals of Geophysics Vol 55 #3, 2012, Edited by Silvia Peppoloni and Giuseppe Di Capua.
Peppoloni S. and Di Capua G. (Eds.). Geoethics: the Role and Responsibility of Geoscientists. Geological Society, London, Special Publications,(2015),419, http://sp.lyellcollection.org/content/419/1.
Wyss M. & Peppoloni S.(Eds). Geoethics: Ethical Challenges and Case Studies in Earth Sciences.450 p. Elsevier (2014). http://store.elsevier.com/Geoethics/isbn-9780127999357/
Lollino G.,Arattano M.,Giardino M., Oliveira R., Peppoloni S. (Eds.) Engineering Geology for Society and Territory - Volume 7: Education, Professional Ethics and Public Recognition of Engineering Geology. XVII, 274 p. 103 illus., 86 illus. in color., Springer (2014). http://www.springer.com/earth+sciences+and+geography/environmental+science+%26+engineering/book/978-3-319-09302-4
- Gundersen, L.C. (editor), 2017, Scientific Integrity and Ethics in Geosciences, Wiley/AGU, 344 pp.
- Geoethics at the Heart of All Geoscience--Edited by Silvia Peppoloni, Giuseppe Di Capua, Peter T. Bobrowsky, Vincent S. Cronin, Annals of Geophysics Vol 60 Fast Track 7 (2017)
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