General Assembly

L’Assemblée générale de la CCGM a lieu tous les deux ans alternativement au siège de l’UNESCO à Paris, et dans le cadre du Congrès Géologique International. Lors de ces réunions sont examinés, notamment, les orientations des programmes futurs et l’avancement des projets en cours de réalisation.

In view of the current health and geopolitical conditions, the 2020 and 2022 General Assemblies have been exceptionally cancelled. The next General Assembly will take place during the next Busan International Geological Congress in South Korea in 2024.

The last Bureau meeting took place on 1 December 2020 by video conference. The programme is available here.

General Assembly 2018

The last General Assembly of the GCCM was held on Thursday 22 and Friday 23 February 2018 at UNESCO headquarters in Paris.

Representatives of the statutory members of the CCMG, the geological surveys of the countries and territories of the world, and scientists from the various academic institutions, learned societies and private companies that collaborate in the Commission's mapping programmes were invited to participate. 

The programme of the G.A. sessions is available here. Les résolutions approuvées par l’Assemblée générale sont disponibles here.

Participants around the Geological Globe of the World in the UNESCO lobby on Friday 23 February 2018. (Photo courtesy of Jorge Gomez Tapias, Colombia)
From left to right, Shinji Takarada (Geological Survey of Japan-GSJ-AIST), Chairman of the CCMG Subcommission on Geohazard Maps, Bruno Vrielynck, Deputy Secretary-General of the CCMG, Kristine Asch, Ender Sarifakioglu, representative of MTA/Turkey, Oleg Petrov (Director VSEGEI/St. Petersburg), Vice-President of the CCMG for Eurasia, and Igor Pospelov (Russian Academy of Sciences), Secretary-General of the CCMG Subcommission on Tectonic Maps. Petersburg), Vice President of the CGMW for Eurasia, and Igor Pospelov (Russian Academy of Sciences), Secretary General of the CGMW Subcommission on Tectonic Maps. (Photo courtesy of Kristine Asch, BGR-Germany)
From left to right, Jorge Gomez Tapias (Colombian Geological Survey), Vice President of the CCMG for South America, Nohora Montes Ramirez of the Colombian Geological Survey, Lêda Fraga (Geological Survey of Brazil-CPRM), Secretary General of the CCMG for South America, Carlos Schobbenhaus (CPRM), former Vice President of the CCMG for South America and Kristine Asch (BGR-Germany), Vice President of the CCMG for Europe. (Photo courtesy of Kristine Asch, BGR-Germany)
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