To address these challenges and reduce these risks, the Canadian Federation of Earth Science (CFES) was created in 2006 as a successor to the former Canadian Geoscience Council (CGC), with the goal of uniting our various societies, professional and industry associations around common issues, to provide a unified voice for earth science in Canada, and raise awareness of the importance of earth science in Canadians' daily lives.
What does CGC stand for?
CGC stands for Canadian Geoscience Council
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We have 297 other meanings of CGC in our Acronym Attic
- Cooperative Grain Boundary Sliding (chemistry)
- Cooperative Group Buying Service
- County and Group Broadband Scheme (Ireland)
- Communications Global Business Unit
- California General Bar Exam
- Calavo Growers of California
- California Government Code
- Call Graph Construction
- Cámara Guatemalteca de la Construcción (Spanish: Guatemalan Chamber of Construction)
- Canadian Genealogy Centre
- Canadian Grain Commission
- Canine Good Citizen (AKC Dog Title)
- Canterbury Golf Club (Cleveland, OH)
- Cape Girardeau County (Missouri)
- Capillary Gas Chromatography
- Capital Group Companies (various locations)
- Cascade Natural Gas Corporation (stock symbol)
- Central Greenwich College (UK)
- Central Gulf Coast (various organizations)
- Centre for Green Chemistry (Monash University; Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Canadian Geoscience Council has restored its training program for teachers - EDGEO -- which had withered on the vine as it lost its place on the Council's priority list.
Having reviewed the scientific output of the GSC and its use in 1982, the resultant report of the Canadian Geoscience Council (Coope et al.
SUMMARY The Canadian Geoscience Council (CGC) was reorganized into the Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences/ Federation Canadienne des Sciences de la Terre (CFES/FCST) in the fall of 2006.
It was noted that there had been excellent booklets produced by the Canadian Geoscience Council (the forerunner of the Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences) but these were now dated and out of print.
With the approval and support of the Canadian Geoscience Council and Council of Presidents, the Geological Association of Canada established an interim committee to coordinate the development of IYPE activities in Canada and facilitate the assembling of a formal Canadian National Committee for IYPE (CNC-IYPE).
Hutchison) convinced the Canadian Geoscience Council to sponsor another international workshop on Earth Science aid to developing countries during the 1974 GAC-MAC meeting in St.
The Summit was chaired by Canadian Geoscience Council (CGC) President Harvey Thorleifson and Geological Association of Canada (GAC) Advocacy Coordinator Simon Hanmer, while sponsors were CGC and Geological Survey of Canada (GSC).