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Skills and Capabilities Required for the Geoscientists of the Future

Energy Transition Forum Webinar

Thursday, 7 April 2022, 2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.  |  London, England

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Skills & Capabilities will explore the theme of the skillsets and mindsets required to meet the skills gap in a rapidly accelerating energy transition. Some of the avenues investigated include: What will future careers in geoscience look like, across the demographic from student to upskilling the experienced professional?; What will be the key skills needed and how are these acquired? How will Equity/Diversity/Inclusion (EDI) be achieved? What will be the “New Ways of Working” in a post-pandemic world? Our approach will take a provocative stance, engaging “disrupters” and strategic thinkers from across both industry and academia into the discussion to give a truly global perspective.

Iain StewartProfessor, Jordan-UK El Hassan bin Talal Research Chair in Sustainability at the Royal Scientific Society in Jordan; UNESCO Chair in Geoscience and Society
Estella AtekwanaDean, College of Letters and Science, Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences - University of California, Davis
Özlem Adiyaman LopesUNESCO
Hanna Mary GoodladHead of Baltic Sea Area Development, Emerging Regions Renewables, Equinor

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Skills and Capabilities Required for the Geoscientists of the Future
London AAPG Region Office
London, City of London
United Kingdom