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G3 conference: Breakthroughs in interdisciplinarity for geohazard risk reduction

25 - 26 March 2024
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Event type:
Conference, Hybrid
Organised by:
Geological Society Events, Geohazards
Hybrid In person at Burlington House and Virtual via Zoom
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This is the first conference of the Geological Society’s ‘Geohazards, Geoengineering and Georesilience’ theme. This two-day hybrid conference focuses on stories of georesilience and will share, and celebrate, the interdisciplinary processes and outputs that aim to lessen the adverse impacts of geohazards.

Geohazards can bring about great change to lives, livelihoods and landscapes; but there is still much to learn about how humans experience, understand and cope with hazardous events and their aftermath. Natural hazards are all around us and there is an uncomfortable familiarity with the narratives of death, destruction and disruption that accompany these events.

On the other hand, stories of togetherness and deepening of social bonds can enhance individual and community resilience and support recovery. Arguably more extraordinary than the event itself, these stories of resilience have a power beyond those that own them. We are championing more creative and emotionally attentive approaches to communicating about geohazards and risk reduction. In light of this, the Georesilience conference will combine an art exhibition with traditional academic posters and presentations; so we encourage participants to use different art forms to engage fellow attendees.

The conference will combine an art exhibition and traditional academic posters and presentations. We invite exhibits in any format. More information will follow about how you can contribute.


Anna Hicks (Volcanologist/Disaster Risk Reduction Geoscientist, British Geological Survey) – LinkedIn

Aggeliki Georgiopoulou (Principal Marine Geologist, Ternan Energy) – LinkedIn

Irene Manzella (Associate Professor in Geotechnical Engineering for Natural Hazard Risk Management, Head of The Centre for Disaster Resilience, University of Twente) – LinkedIn


The call for abstracts is now closed. Please contact [email protected] for any late submissions (although we cannot guarantee that these will be considered).

Please note that those whose submissions have been accepted will be asked to register for the event. We will be sharing details of timings shortly. 


Programme will be released early 2024.

Time & Location

This conference will take place in-person at Burlington House, and virtually via Zoom.



   1 Day Rate 2 Day Rate
 Fellow   £50  £90
 Non-Fellow  £80  £130
 Student Non-Member
 £15  £25
 Student Member
 £0  £0
 Retired Fellow  £50  £90
 Speaker (Fellow)  £50
 Speaker (Non-Fellow)  £65  £115
 Corporate Affiliate  £60  £110

In Person:

   1 Day Rate 2 Day Rate
 Fellow   £140  £190
 Non-Fellow  £275  £325
 Student Non-Member
 £30  £45
 Student Member
 £15  £25
 Retired Fellow  £140  £190
 Speaker (Fellow)  £140
 Speaker (Non-Fellow)  £150  £210
 Corporate Patron  £145  £200

Group Discounts:

5–9 delegates: 10% off

10–14 delegates: 15% off

15 delegates or more: 20% off

Please contact [email protected] for any group bookings.

2 Day Rate 
Fellow  £50 £90
£80 £130
Student Non-Member £15 £25
Student Member* £0 £0
Retired Fellow £60 £110
Speaker (fellow) £50 £90
Speaker (non-fellow) £65 £115
Corporate Affiliate
£60 £110
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The Geological Society
Burlington House