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EU Referendum Survey

The upcoming EU Referendum has been announced as taking place on Thursday 23 June when voters will be asked the question ‘Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union?’.  Our membership of the EU has shaped many different aspects of UK policy in the 43 years since accession.

At the Geological Society, we are interested to find out from our Fellows and others in the geological community if the UK’s continued membership or ‘Brexit’ will impact on the work of geoscience practitioners in all the varied sectors that geoscientists work in.

This survey is designed to capture views and information from geoscientists about how the result of the EU Referendum could or will impact on the field of geoscience. This could be through perceived impacts, both benefits and negatives, on a wide range of matters including many areas of regulation, research funding, travel and working across borders, entrepreneurism, diversity and equality in the workforce and the success of geoscience-related industries.

The survey closes Wednesday 8 June 2016.