CCOP Geoscience for a Changing Earth The Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes in East and Southeast Asia is an intergovernmental organization of 13 Member Countries: Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Timor-Leste, Thailand and Vietnam, supported by 15 Cooperating Countries and 14 Cooperating Organizations, whose Technical Secretariat is in Bangkok, Thailand.
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See you all dear CCOP family from the Member Countries with AG Chair and Vice-Chair at Zoom tomorrow!
06/07/2021

See you all dear CCOP family from the Member Countries with AG Chair and Vice-Chair at Zoom tomorrow!

See you all dear CCOP family from the Member Countries with AG Chair and Vice-Chair at Zoom tomorrow!

JUST OUT - Special Reports of the CCOP-DMR-MISAWA-GSJ Workshop for Application of Groundwater Heat Source held on 5 Nove...
17/06/2021

JUST OUT - Special Reports of the CCOP-DMR-MISAWA-GSJ Workshop for Application of Groundwater Heat Source held on 5 November 2019, in parallel with the 55th CCOP Annual Session in Chiangmai, Thailand.

PDF file of this publication can be downloaded from CCOP webpage, http://ccop.asia/publication-details/100

JUST OUT - Special Reports of the CCOP-DMR-MISAWA-GSJ Workshop for Application of Groundwater Heat Source held on 5 November 2019, in parallel with the 55th CCOP Annual Session in Chiangmai, Thailand.

PDF file of this publication can be downloaded from CCOP webpage, http://ccop.asia/publication-details/100

Free online event:  “Geoscience, Policy and Society” #GPS2021 taking place from 7th – 11th June 2021.The event is organi...
02/06/2021

Free online event: “Geoscience, Policy and Society” #GPS2021 taking place from 7th – 11th June 2021.

The event is organized by a joint group of Geological Surveys in Europe and beyond – GSB, BRGM, EGS, GBA and the U.S. Geological Survey – which are committed to raise the necessity of a stronger collaboration between science and EU climate policies, with specific regard to sustainable subsurface management and the EU Green Deal.

The main aim of the event is to raise awareness about the crucial role of subsurface and its resources in the energy and climate framework set up by the EU for 2030 and 2050, with a focus on renewable energy, sustainable use of resources, and low-climate impact. Each day will address a different aspect of geoscience-related subsurface use, management, planning, and policy, comparing and learning from innovative science and experiences of both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.

Moreover, side sessions are planned between 7 and 14 June 2021 to complement these discussions by addressing more specific topics.

I kindly ask you to circulate this information among your networks.

Useful links:

• GPS website:
https://www.gps2021.org/home
• Registration:
https://www.gps2021.org/registration
• Programme:
https://www.gps2021.org/program

And for the most enthusiastic, the #GeoStarChallenge: https://www.gps2021.org/geostar-challenge.

Follow the #GPS2021 event news and updates on Twitter: @GPS2021event

Free online event: “Geoscience, Policy and Society” #GPS2021 taking place from 7th – 11th June 2021.

The event is organized by a joint group of Geological Surveys in Europe and beyond – GSB, BRGM, EGS, GBA and the U.S. Geological Survey – which are committed to raise the necessity of a stronger collaboration between science and EU climate policies, with specific regard to sustainable subsurface management and the EU Green Deal.

The main aim of the event is to raise awareness about the crucial role of subsurface and its resources in the energy and climate framework set up by the EU for 2030 and 2050, with a focus on renewable energy, sustainable use of resources, and low-climate impact. Each day will address a different aspect of geoscience-related subsurface use, management, planning, and policy, comparing and learning from innovative science and experiences of both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.

Moreover, side sessions are planned between 7 and 14 June 2021 to complement these discussions by addressing more specific topics.

I kindly ask you to circulate this information among your networks.

Useful links:

• GPS website:
https://www.gps2021.org/home
• Registration:
https://www.gps2021.org/registration
• Programme:
https://www.gps2021.org/program

And for the most enthusiastic, the #GeoStarChallenge: https://www.gps2021.org/geostar-challenge.

Follow the #GPS2021 event news and updates on Twitter: @GPS2021event

CCOP-RCUG Technical Workshop, 27 May 2021There were about 70 people from Cambodia, China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Myanma...
31/05/2021

CCOP-RCUG Technical Workshop, 27 May 2021

There were about 70 people from Cambodia, China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, Finland, the UK and the CCOP TS, participated the CCOP – RCUG Workshop.

The CCOP–RCUG will carry out urban geological researches around the world, promote the sustainable development of cities and human settlements, and serve for the construction of a community with a shared future for mankind and the realization of the United Nations 2030 sustainable development goals.

https://www.facebook.com/185755662682/photos/a.10158234087587683/10158548834597683

CCOP-RCUG Technical Workshop, 27 May 2021

There were about 70 people from Cambodia, China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, Finland, the UK and the CCOP TS, participated the CCOP – RCUG Workshop.

The CCOP–RCUG will carry out urban geological researches around the world, promote the sustainable development of cities and human settlements, and serve for the construction of a community with a shared future for mankind and the realization of the United Nations 2030 sustainable development goals.

https://www.facebook.com/185755662682/photos/a.10158234087587683/10158548834597683

After the CCOP-RCUG MoU signing ceremony, Mr MA Yongzheng Deputy Director General of Department of Science & Technology ...
31/05/2021

After the CCOP-RCUG MoU signing ceremony, Mr MA Yongzheng Deputy Director General of Department of Science & Technology and International Cooperation, CGS, hosted the meeting and the CCOP-RCUG Workshop on Urban Geology. Dr GAO Yangguang, Director General of Nanjing Centre, CGS, gave a presentation on the Introduction of Nanjing Center, CGS, Secretariat of CCOP – RCUG.

During the CCOP – RCUG Workshop, there were five presentations given:

*Dr Dhiti TULYATID (CCOPTS): Roles of CCOP on Urban Geology in E & SE Asia Region;

*Dr XING Lixia (CGS): Progress of Urban Geology in China;

*Dr Philipp SCHMIDT-THOMÉ (GTK): Smart cities: integration of geology into modern urban planning;

*Dr Tsutomu NAKAZAWA (GSJ): 3-D Geological map of Central Tokyo;

*Dr Ho-Rim KIM (KIGAM): Research Status and Plan for Urban Geology of KIGAM – ‘A Big Step for Resilient and Sustainable Cities’; and

*Dr Martin SMITH (BGS): Urban geology in BGS: a summary of activities and future opportunities.

https://www.facebook.com/185755662682/photos/a.10158234087587683/10158548834597683

After the CCOP-RCUG MoU signing ceremony, Mr MA Yongzheng Deputy Director General of Department of Science & Technology and International Cooperation, CGS, hosted the meeting and the CCOP-RCUG Workshop on Urban Geology. Dr GAO Yangguang, Director General of Nanjing Centre, CGS, gave a presentation on the Introduction of Nanjing Center, CGS, Secretariat of CCOP – RCUG.

During the CCOP – RCUG Workshop, there were five presentations given:

*Dr Dhiti TULYATID (CCOPTS): Roles of CCOP on Urban Geology in E & SE Asia Region;

*Dr XING Lixia (CGS): Progress of Urban Geology in China;

*Dr Philipp SCHMIDT-THOMÉ (GTK): Smart cities: integration of geology into modern urban planning;

*Dr Tsutomu NAKAZAWA (GSJ): 3-D Geological map of Central Tokyo;

*Dr Ho-Rim KIM (KIGAM): Research Status and Plan for Urban Geology of KIGAM – ‘A Big Step for Resilient and Sustainable Cities’; and

*Dr Martin SMITH (BGS): Urban geology in BGS: a summary of activities and future opportunities.

https://www.facebook.com/185755662682/photos/a.10158234087587683/10158548834597683

On Thursday 27 May 2021 the Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes in East and Southeast Asia (CCOP) and the C...
31/05/2021

On Thursday 27 May 2021 the Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes in East and Southeast Asia (CCOP) and the China Geological Survey (CGS), Ministry of Natural Resources of the People’s Republic of China held an online MoU Signing Ceremony on the establishment of the CCOP – RCUG.

During the Opening Session, Dr Young Joo LEE, Director of CCOP Technical Secretariat gave a report on the background of the MoU signing ceremony. Dr Sommai TECHAWAN, Chairperson of the CCOP Steering Committee, Permanent Representative of Thailand to CCOP and Director General of the Royal Thai Department of Mineral Resources, and Dr LI Pengde, Member of the Standing Committee of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and Vice President of CGS, kindly gave Welcome Addresses. Three honourable delegates: Dr Bok Chul KIM, Permanent Representative of Korea to CCOP and President of the Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM); Dr Karen HANGHOJ, BGS Director; and Dr Philipp SCHMIDT-THOMÉ, Representative of Finland to CCOP, International Operation Director, Geological Survey of Finland (GTK), delivered addressed to the meeting. Dr Sommai Techawan and Dr Li Pengde signed the MoU for CCOP and CGS, respectively. Representatives of KIGAM, BGS and GTK signed the MoU as witnesses.

During the Ceremony, Dr Dhiti TULYATID, Regional Expert; and Ms Marivic Pulvera UZARRAGA, Programme Manager and IT, CCOP TS, hosted the ceremony. There were about 40 people from China, Korea, Finland, the UK, Thailand and the TS participated in the MoU Signing Ceremony.

After the MoU signing ceremony, Mr MA Yongzheng Deputy Director General of Department of Science & Technology and International Cooperation, CGS, hosted the meeting and the CCOP-RCUG Workshop on Urban Geology. Dr GAO Yangguang, Director General of Nanjing Centre, CGS, gave a presentation on the Introduction of Nanjing Center, CGS, Secretariat of CCOP – RCUG.

https://www.facebook.com/CCOP-185755662682/photos/a.10158234087587683/10158548865487683

During the CCOP – RCUG Workshop, there were five presentations given:

* Dr Dhiti TULYATID (CCOPTS): Roles of CCOP on Urban Geology in E & SE Asia Region;
* Dr XING Lixia (CGS): Progress of Urban Geology in China;
* Dr Philipp SCHMIDT-THOMÉ (GTK): Smart cities: integration of geology into modern urban planning;
* Dr Tsutomu NAKAZAWA (GSJ): 3-D Geological map of Central Tokyo;
* Dr Ho-Rim KIM (KIGAM): Research Status and Plan for Urban Geology of KIGAM – ‘A Big Step for Resilient and Sustainable Cities’; and
* Dr Martin SMITH (BGS): Urban geology in BGS: a summary of activities and future opportunities.

https://www.facebook.com/CCOP-185755662682/photos/a.10158234087587683/10158548901562683

There were about 70 people from Cambodia, China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, Finland, the UK and the CCOP TS, participated the CCOP – RCUG Workshop.

The CCOP–RCUG will carry out urban geological researches around the world, promote the sustainable development of cities and human settlements, and serve for the construction of a community with a shared future for mankind and the realization of the United Nations 2030 sustainable development goals.

On Thursday 27 May 2021 the Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes in East and Southeast Asia (CCOP) and the China Geological Survey (CGS), Ministry of Natural Resources of the People’s Republic of China held an online MoU Signing Ceremony on the establishment of the CCOP – RCUG.

During the Opening Session, Dr Young Joo LEE, Director of CCOP Technical Secretariat gave a report on the background of the MoU signing ceremony. Dr Sommai TECHAWAN, Chairperson of the CCOP Steering Committee, Permanent Representative of Thailand to CCOP and Director General of the Royal Thai Department of Mineral Resources, and Dr LI Pengde, Member of the Standing Committee of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and Vice President of CGS, kindly gave Welcome Addresses. Three honourable delegates: Dr Bok Chul KIM, Permanent Representative of Korea to CCOP and President of the Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM); Dr Karen HANGHOJ, BGS Director; and Dr Philipp SCHMIDT-THOMÉ, Representative of Finland to CCOP, International Operation Director, Geological Survey of Finland (GTK), delivered addressed to the meeting. Dr Sommai Techawan and Dr Li Pengde signed the MoU for CCOP and CGS, respectively. Representatives of KIGAM, BGS and GTK signed the MoU as witnesses.

During the Ceremony, Dr Dhiti TULYATID, Regional Expert; and Ms Marivic Pulvera UZARRAGA, Programme Manager and IT, CCOP TS, hosted the ceremony. There were about 40 people from China, Korea, Finland, the UK, Thailand and the TS participated in the MoU Signing Ceremony.

After the MoU signing ceremony, Mr MA Yongzheng Deputy Director General of Department of Science & Technology and International Cooperation, CGS, hosted the meeting and the CCOP-RCUG Workshop on Urban Geology. Dr GAO Yangguang, Director General of Nanjing Centre, CGS, gave a presentation on the Introduction of Nanjing Center, CGS, Secretariat of CCOP – RCUG.

https://www.facebook.com/CCOP-185755662682/photos/a.10158234087587683/10158548865487683

During the CCOP – RCUG Workshop, there were five presentations given:

* Dr Dhiti TULYATID (CCOPTS): Roles of CCOP on Urban Geology in E & SE Asia Region;
* Dr XING Lixia (CGS): Progress of Urban Geology in China;
* Dr Philipp SCHMIDT-THOMÉ (GTK): Smart cities: integration of geology into modern urban planning;
* Dr Tsutomu NAKAZAWA (GSJ): 3-D Geological map of Central Tokyo;
* Dr Ho-Rim KIM (KIGAM): Research Status and Plan for Urban Geology of KIGAM – ‘A Big Step for Resilient and Sustainable Cities’; and
* Dr Martin SMITH (BGS): Urban geology in BGS: a summary of activities and future opportunities.

https://www.facebook.com/CCOP-185755662682/photos/a.10158234087587683/10158548901562683

There were about 70 people from Cambodia, China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, Finland, the UK and the CCOP TS, participated the CCOP – RCUG Workshop.

The CCOP–RCUG will carry out urban geological researches around the world, promote the sustainable development of cities and human settlements, and serve for the construction of a community with a shared future for mankind and the realization of the United Nations 2030 sustainable development goals.

Now available in e-book and printed copy from https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-38815-7Meeting the target...
19/05/2021

Now available in e-book and printed copy from https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-38815-7

Meeting the targets of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) requires contributions by scientists focusing on understanding, monitoring, protecting, managing and restoring the natural environment, including geoscientists. This book presents the first detailed discussion on the role of the geological sciences (geosciences) community in the implementation of the SDGs. Unlike traditional geosciences textbooks, it is structured according to development priorities, framed in the context of the 17 SDGs. Written by international experts from diverse range of geosciences / development disciplines, it explores themes linked to both science and the professional practice of science (e.g., ethics, equity, conduct, and partnerships). The book is intended for graduate and senior undergraduate students in the earth sciences, as well as practicing geologists and experts from other sectors involved in sustainability initiatives.

Now available in e-book and printed copy from https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-38815-7

Meeting the targets of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) requires contributions by scientists focusing on understanding, monitoring, protecting, managing and restoring the natural environment, including geoscientists. This book presents the first detailed discussion on the role of the geological sciences (geosciences) community in the implementation of the SDGs. Unlike traditional geosciences textbooks, it is structured according to development priorities, framed in the context of the 17 SDGs. Written by international experts from diverse range of geosciences / development disciplines, it explores themes linked to both science and the professional practice of science (e.g., ethics, equity, conduct, and partnerships). The book is intended for graduate and senior undergraduate students in the earth sciences, as well as practicing geologists and experts from other sectors involved in sustainability initiatives.

The online open symposium entitled “Research of New Aspects of Geohazards and Challenges of Social Implementation” hoste...
17/05/2021

The online open symposium entitled “Research of New Aspects of Geohazards and Challenges of Social Implementation” hosted by the Science Council of Japan will be held from 13:00 to 18:10 on May 26, 2021 (Wednesday). Information is posted at http://iugstgg.lab.irides.tohoku.ac.jp/archives/362

Registration is open until Monday, 24 May 2021 from this link, https://nws.stage.ac/geological_disaster/

The online open symposium entitled “Research of New Aspects of Geohazards and Challenges of Social Implementation” hosted by the Science Council of Japan will be held from 13:00 to 18:10 on May 26, 2021 (Wednesday). Information is posted at http://iugstgg.lab.irides.tohoku.ac.jp/archives/362

Registration is open until Monday, 24 May 2021 from this link, https://nws.stage.ac/geological_disaster/

It is with sadness to inform you the gloomy news of the passing of Dr. Yoshihiko Shimazaki, CCOP Honorary Adviser from J...
30/04/2021

It is with sadness to inform you the gloomy news of the passing of Dr. Yoshihiko Shimazaki, CCOP Honorary Adviser from Japan. Shimazaki-san was mostly remembered as the living history of CCOP. He was present at the actual birth of CCOP, at its first session in Quezon City, Philippines in 1966. From then onwards, he had been actively involved with CCOP’s developments and endeavors.

The CCOP Technical Secretariat and all Member Countries appreciate so much Dr. Yoshihiko Shimazaki’s deep care about CCOP, and his tireless efforts, support and special devotion and involvement in the World Geoscience Community in CCOP Activities. He was a true member to the "CCOP family" and never missed a chance to contribute both representing Japan to CCOP and later in a role of Honorary Adviser to CCOP.

On behalf of the CCOP Member Countries and the Technical Secretariat, we express the hope that eternal rest be granted unto Dr. Yoshihiko Shimazaki, may perpetual light shine upon him, and may his soul rest in peace.

It is with sadness to inform you the gloomy news of the passing of Dr. Yoshihiko Shimazaki, CCOP Honorary Adviser from Japan. Shimazaki-san was mostly remembered as the living history of CCOP. He was present at the actual birth of CCOP, at its first session in Quezon City, Philippines in 1966. From then onwards, he had been actively involved with CCOP’s developments and endeavors.

The CCOP Technical Secretariat and all Member Countries appreciate so much Dr. Yoshihiko Shimazaki’s deep care about CCOP, and his tireless efforts, support and special devotion and involvement in the World Geoscience Community in CCOP Activities. He was a true member to the "CCOP family" and never missed a chance to contribute both representing Japan to CCOP and later in a role of Honorary Adviser to CCOP.

On behalf of the CCOP Member Countries and the Technical Secretariat, we express the hope that eternal rest be granted unto Dr. Yoshihiko Shimazaki, may perpetual light shine upon him, and may his soul rest in peace.

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You made a signed declaration to act honestly and stand up for what is right when you became the director general of DPIM. Why have you not told your Prime Minister that he was completely wrong to shut-down of the Chatree Gold Mine and that they have complied with all the regulations to protect the environment and health? Why are you still protecting the landowners that attempted to bride Kingsgate in to paying US$10M for land that did not need? She is a criminal and was previous fired from the gold mining company due to her theft. This is an extremely bad look for Thailand and will become a major diplomatic event as the Australian Government and International courts will deem this as a clear expropriation of this investment. International lawyers and academics will cover this case broadly and it will make the Hopewell debacle look small in comparison. Thailand need to show some integrity as the being Thai is now just associated with being self centred and lawless as you attempt to delay to ultimate outcome that we see the poor and under privileged taxpayers pay for their Governments systemic corruption.