European Federation of Geologists
EFG website - www.eurogeologists.eu
The European Geologist title (EurGeol) is a professional title created by the European Federation of Geologists (EFG) which recognises the ability to deliver a high quality of services within the practice of geology. Title holders have achieved suitable academic training and a level of professional experience, skill and competence to perform tasks within their professional practice. It also means that the geologist undertakes continuing education and training, demonstrating a personal commitment to stay up to date and informed within the sphere of his professional work.
List of EurGeolsEFG REGISTER of European Geologist title holders
The presence of a name on this list affirms that the individual has presented their qualifications and experience for peer review, and been awarded the title. Since award they have continued to pay their annual subscription when due, and also presented records of their Life Long Learning activities to support their continued tenure of the title.
European Geologist Magazine
The European Geologist magazine is the voice of the EFG.
The magazine is published twice a year and carries articles on geological issues, both technical and professional and other matters.
The Magazine carries advertising, and rates are provided in the Magazine.
The Editor would be pleased to receive advertisements and articles for consideration for publication (Harper-McCorry@net.telenor.dk)
EFG's journal, European Geologist (http://eurogeologists.eu/journal)
Pdf files of the last issues - http://www.eurogeologists.eu/index.php?page=155
The European Federation of Geologists (EFG) represents geologists throughout Europe, through the national representative bodies of each member country. At the moment EFG has 20 member countries representing more than 75,000 geoscientists. There are 4 observer countries which may join the EFG in the near future.
To represent the geological profession in Europe.
The Committee of Geologists of the European Union (C.G.E.U.) is the authorised organisation to represent
the E.F.G. to the E.U. and its various bodies.
To safeguard and promote the present and future interests of the geological profession in Europe, including:
- To garantee the free movement of geologists in Europe, with the mutual recognition of their academic and professional qualifications by the adoption of the European Geologists Bill.
- To promote the harmonisation of education and training.To define and protect the title of geologist and related professional titles.
- To promote the code of professional ethics of the E.F.G.
- To provide advice and assistance to constituent member National Associations.
- To promote an European geological policy with regard to the responsible use of the Earth`s natural resources and in particular:
- Energy resources.
- Mineral and construction material resources.
- Water resources and environmental pollution.
- Geological problems in land development, as well as environmental protection and the exploitation of primary raw materials.