A body that represents professional geologists within the European Union. It promotes the movement of geologists within the EU by encouraging mutual recognition of qualifications and the harmonization of educational standards. It regulates degrees, diplomas, and titles, has established a common code of professional conduct, and seeks to develop common policies regarding public issues of interest to geologists. The Federation was formally launched in 1980 in Paris, during the 26th International Geological Congress.
Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.