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About the EUROGEO

 

EUROGEO is a European, non-governmental, non-profit organisation.

It is the European scientific and educational society which was founded in 1979 which networks geographers from all walks of life and organisations who are interested in the theory methods and practice of Geography.

The principal aims of EUROGEO are to advance the status of geography by:

  • organising events and activities for members
  • producing publications for members
  • supporting geographers in their jobs and careers
  • identifying and promoting good practise
  • lobbying at European and national level
  • giving advice on geography
  • making recommendations to decision makers

EUROGEO promotes the European dimension in geographical education as a contribution towards the development of European citizenship. By doing so,EUROGEO encourages the development of a greater European awareness through the medium of geography and increases mutual knowledge and understanding of Europe. 

EUROGEO, in affiliation with other organisations, has produced a large number of publications and has organised geography conferences, meetings and workshops on a regular basis. Representatives of professional educational associations have been actively involved in EUROGEO

EUROGEO also supports those seeking to establish or organise national geography associations and those that promote geography as an academic discipline and geographers in the workplace. 

It is clear that spatial skills and geographical information on the Web are increasingly important. The roles that geography and geographers play are being challenged by these new geo-opportunities. Those involved with the EUROGEO association are seeking to monitor and support these developments.

More: http://www.eurogeography.eu/

 

 

 
Current Issue
Assessing sustainability in mountain tourism of Demanovska valley, Slovakia - Iveta Rakytova, Ivana Tomcikova
Natura 2000 in Romania - A decade of governance challenges - Steluta Manolache, Cristiana Maria Ciocanea, Laurentiu Rozylowicz, Andreea Nita
Conservation-development duality the biosphere reserve Sierra De Grazalema after 40 years in the MAB programme - Yolanda Jimenez, Andres Caballero, Laura Porcel
Classifying landscape in endorheic basins a methodological approach for the implementation of the European landscape convention - Jonatan Arias-Garcia, Jose Gomez-Zotano, Jose Jesus Delgado-Pena
Geographical and individual determinants of rural out-migration to a tropical forest protected area the Maya biosphere reserve, Guatemala - David Lopez-Carr, Aracely Martinez, Richard E. Bilsborrow, Thomas M. Whitmore
Using the SLEUTH model to simulate future urban growth in the greater Eastern Attica area, Greece - Stylianos Mathioulakis, Yorgos N. Photis
Iconographies of globalisation - Gianfranco Battisti
Terrorism and tourism in Europe, new partners - Denis Can Teoman
The unknown Greek paleoenvironment and fossils evaluated Geography curriculum proposals for elementary school - Stiliani Fragouli, Aggeliki Rokka, Apostolia Galani
Smartgeo - Mobile learning in Geography education - Anna Chatel, Gregor C. Falk
Volume 8, No 2, 2017