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EGU newsletter

The EGU newsletter is a short email publication sent to EGU members on a monthly basis. It informs the Union membership about EGU events and activities, from highlighting papers published in our open access journals to providing news relating to EGU’s scientific divisions and meetings, including the General Assembly.

EGU members are given the option to subscribe to receive the Union’s email newsletter when buying their EGU membership. Other geoscientists, members of the wider public or the media can subscribe online.

If you are an EGU member subscribed to receive the newsletter (you can check this in your User Area) but have not received the emails, please let us know, and make sure to add media@egu.eu to your address book to prevent spam filters from blocking these emails.

Current issue of the EGU newsletter

It’s the beginning of a brand new year, and our science community is pushing for much-needed change. Journalist Ayesha Tandon launched the global south climate database to improve diversity in climate research, while artist and illustrator Heike Jane Zimmermann sheds light on the many ways that art can change the way we teach science.

We also hear from researcher Gino de Gelder who tells us how tectonics and sea-level change have and will influence the evolution of coral reefs and mangroves on the Indonesian coastlines.

EGU Editorial Manager Eduardo Q. Alves debunks three peer review myths following our first Peer Review Training. And EGU Policy Manager Chloe Hill offers a helpful sneak peak into EGU’s Science for Policy 2024 Agenda.

As we gear up for EGU24, stay up-to-date with information on the upcoming General Assembly by subscribing to receive monthly updates in your inbox at the beginning of each month.

Newsletter archive

Readers can access all previous issues of the newsletter from the archive below. Up until the end of 2014, the newsletter was a quarterly magazine and information service (first called The Eggs and then GeoQ).

The Loupe #109
The Loupe #109
The Loupe #108
The Loupe #108
The Loupe #107
The Loupe #107
The Loupe #106
The Loupe #106
The Loupe #105
The Loupe #105
The Loupe #104
The Loupe #104
The Loupe #103
The Loupe #103
The Loupe #102
The Loupe #102
The Loupe #101
The Loupe #101
The Loupe #100
The Loupe #100
The Loupe #99
The Loupe #99
The Loupe #98
The Loupe #98