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Geoethics: ethical, social and cultural implications of geoscience knowledge, education, communication, research and practice (co-sponsored by the International Association for Promoting Geoethics and the Geological Society of London)
Convener: Silvia Peppoloni 
Co-Conveners: Nic Bilham , Giuseppe Di Capua , Martin Bohle , Eduardo Marone 
Session details
Orals
 / Thu, 12 Apr, 08:30–12:00 / Room L7
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 12 Apr, 13:30–15:00 / Hall X1
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Thursday, 12 Apr 2018
Room L7
Chairperson: Silvia Peppoloni, Nic Bilham
Geoethics: foundations, cultures and social justice

08:30–08:45
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From efficient cause to final cause: the role of geoethics in the frame of geosciences
Stefano Tinti
08:45–09:00
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Geoethics – reflections in a historical context
Bjørn Kalsnes
09:00–09:15
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On Appropriate Engagement between the Geoscience Community and Corporate Actors
Gretchen Goldman and Genna Reed
09:15–09:30
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Suggestions for infusing ethics throughout a geoscience department
Vincent Cronin
09:30–09:45
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The Updated AGU Ethics Policy: A Strategic Milestone to Impact Sexual Harassment in Science and other Work Climate issues
Michael McPhaden, Eric Davidson, Christine McEntee, and Billy Williams
09:45–10:00
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Social bias in mortality of poor compared to affluent people in earthquakes | Highlight
Max Wyss, Philippe Rosset, and Stavros Tolis
Coffee break
Chairperson: Martin Bohle, Giuseppe Di Capua
Applying geoethical thinking in novel settings: marine and mining

10:30–10:45
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UNCLOS framework of Ocean Governance: Ethical Dimensions. | Highlight
Eduardo Marone and Luis Marone
10:45–11:00
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How to practice critically engaged science – a case of applying ethical principles in Senegal
Cornelia E. Nauen and Aliou Sall
11:00–11:15
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Risk communication about tsunamis in the Mediterranean Sea: challenges and pitfalls.
Andrea Cerase
11:15–11:30
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Reconciling environmental, social and ethical drivers and implications of mining – can we have it all, or do we have to choose?
Nic Bilham
11:30–11:45
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Social sciences in the extractive industries – an example
Jan Boon
11:45–12:00
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Geoethical Thinking and Wicked Socio-Environmental Systems
Martin Bohle