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This is the latest newsletter of the European Association of Geographers (EUROGEO). This month, stories highlight requests for support from GI experts, a blogging competition,access to journals articles dealing with MDGs, invite teachers to a bilingual workshop and showcase new mountain geography blogs. Other stories include NASA World Wind competition results and links to more than 150 other items of Web news from July 2015. 

Seeking GI Experts

The GI-N2K project invites GI experts to help with updating the Geographic Information Science and Technology Body of Knowledge (GI S&T BoK). If you are interested in supporting this, email with a short description of your expertise and interests before the 25th July! Subscribe to the GI-N2K newsletter 

Latest Articles From EJG 

The latest issue of the European Journal of Geography has been published. It contains articles on innovation and economic systems, urban planning, spa towns, population health, neogeography and seismic risk and urban sustainable development. All papers are free to download at 

Eye On Earth Competitions  

The Eye on Earth initiative has launched three Data Innovation Showcase competitions giving a a chance for bloggers, citizen scientists and designers to win a trip to Abu Dhabi for the Eye on Earth summit in October 2015. You can find out more at

Researching MDGs?  

Taylor & Francis Online are offering free access to research on Millennium Development Goals. Eight goals were defined and twenty-one targets were set to be completed by 2015. You can explore the latest research at

Teaching Geo Bilingually

You are invited to a workshop for teachers of geography / history, on the theme "Mapping the world – spatial skills in bilingual education". This workshop is organised by lingual experts and takes place in Toruń, Poland, 2-4 October 2015. To find out more and register, visit:

Mountain Geography  

Are you interested in mountain regions? Visit the Mountain Blogs to see what researchers are exploring, and share their insights and discoveries! The Mountain Blogs are contributed by researchers heading up mountain research networks around the world: Visit

NASA Competition Results 

The 2015 edition of the  NASA World Wind Europa Challenge has just been completed. See for more details. The top team in 2015 was an exceptional group from a high school in Alaska. Details of all the 2015 projects can be seen at

In case you missed it .... 

Is Urban Planning in the Midst of a Revolt?
Southern Hungary becoming biggest entry point to EU for migrants, rivaling deadly Mediterranean route
A World That Counts: Mobilising a Data Revolution for Sustainable Development

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Other Geography News 

This newsletter brings you access to a collection of geographical news from social media, newspapers and latest research. There are news items on Climate, Environment, Human, Economic and Physical Geography.. The news also includes some of the latest free publications to download and teaching resources. More 

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Geography Teaching Resources
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2016 EUROGEO Meeting
• Upcoming Events
• Geo-media News

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• Geography in Europe
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• European Journal of Geography
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• Fellowships, Grants & Funding
• Jobs and careers update

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• Climate News 
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