Association of Geoscientists for International Development (AGID)
Association pour le développement international en sciences de la terre
Asociación de Geoscientificos para el Desarrollo Internacional
19 May 1974, St Johns (Canada). Also referred to in French as Association pour le développement international en sciences de la terre.
Encourage communication among individuals, societies, agencies and corporations interested in applying geosciences to international development; promote geoscientific activities related to needs of developing countries; promote and encourage among earth scientists an awareness of their responsibility in the management of natural resources; emphasize the fundamental role of the geosciences in social and economic development.
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General Assembly (every 4 years during International Geological Congress). Executive Committee, consisting of President, Secretary/Treasurer and Past President. Other officers: 5 Vice-Presidents (Africa; Asia; Europe; Latin America; North America).
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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