GeoWeek is a new initiative that seeks to introduce geoscience to as many members of the public as possible.
If you want to learn more about the history of our planet, and learn how understanding how the Earth works helps us all live on the planet sustainably, get involved with GeoWeek outdoor activities taking place across the UK between 1-9 May 2021.
Our GeoWeek 2021 theme is ‘Net zero by 2050 – what will it mean for your region?’ The virtual launch event took place on Thursday 29th April, 19.00 – 20.30. Click here for slides from the launch event and click here for a recording.
And follow the links below to find an event to attend, or to organise your own event.
If you want to know more about the history of Geoweek, click here for background information in a PDF document.
For further information about GeoWeek contact Chris King or John Stevenson via the Earth Science Education Forum.
Our partners are organisations who share our belief that the future of geoscience depends, to a considerable extent, on an educated public that realises the value of Earth science information in making informed decisions about land use and the sustainable use of Earth’s resources. The vitality of Earth science also depends on our ability to inspire students to study geoscience and for students to make it a career choice.