Last week, the EGU hosted its first science-policy dinner debate in Brussels.
The event, 'Horizon Geoscience: overcoming societal challenges,
creating change', was organised in collaboration with the European Federation
of Geologists (EFG) and brought together geoscientists, policymakers and
industry representatives. On the EGU website,
we report on the outcome of the discussion and publish the key findings from the Horizon 2020 Geoscience Survey
conducted earlier this year.
In the past few weeks, we have also issued three press releases highlighting
research published in some of EGU's open access journals. Follow the links to
find out how
bombing raids in the Second World War impacted the ionosphere,
glacial geoengineering could help limit sea-level rise,
and what the
point of no return for climate action