Geosciences Innovation For Resources Management : Socio- Economic Challenges In An Environmentally Constrained World
18-20 mars 2023
Hammamet, Tunisia - Hammamet (Tunisie)
Planet earth has witnessed continuous natural changes, and since the agricultural and industrial revolutions, it has been undergoing anthropogenic changes. The global economic crisis over the years and the one related to the Covid pandemic have shown the need to take serious measures to preserve the earth and its resources to recover from economic crises. Geosciences that are at the confluence of the economy and the social progress of humanity could bring understanding and solutions to overcome these challenges. Since the development and progress of our countries is the responsibility of all scientists, called upon to focus on the good management and valorization of all the resources offered by our planet to ensure the sustainable development of our countries “without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs” (Mrs Gro Harlem Brundtland, Norwegian Prime Minister (1987)). Take the example of water, the source of all life. The world is facing the big challenge of water scarcity, especially in arid and semi-arid countries. The water exploration, the valorization and the good management of this natural wealth require the good attention of scientists. Energy is the locomotive that propels humanity towards a better future. The energy autonomy of any country spares its heavy socio-economic burdens. The production of energy in its renewable and non-renewable forms has become a vital need today. The energy transition become an important socio-economic challenge. Several other branches of geosciences are closely related to sustainable development. For example but not limited to, we mention the environment, the mining industry, the geological and paleoecological heritage, etc. All these fields of geosciences and many others must attract the attention, not only of specialists but of all those who wish to see the prosperity and development of their nations. In this context, we launched the 4th edition of Atlas Georesources International Congress to highlight the impact of geosciences on sustainable development. Seven main topics will be discussed on the frame of AGIC2023.
Discipline scientifique : Intelligence artificielle - Ingénierie assistée par ordinateur - Sciences de l'environnement - Environnement et Société - Milieux et Changements globaux - Sciences de la Terre - Géologie appliquée - Climatologie - Géochimie
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