Linda Zellmer, Government Information and Data Services Librarian at Western Illinois University (WIU), was honored by the Geoscience Information Society (GSIS) with the 2017 Mary B. Ansari Distinguished Service Award. The award was presented at the society’s fall meeting, held in conjunction with the Seattle meeting of the Geological Society of America. It recognizes significant contributions to the field of geoscience information.
Resources for Future Generations (RFG2018) will be a global forum to explore the future of natural resources and the interplay among Earth, Energy, Minerals and Water — as well discussions on nontechnical themes such as Resources & Society and Education & Knowledge.
By now we hope you’ve heard about Resources for Future Generations 2018 (RFG2018), an innovative international conference we have partnered with that will explore important questions about creating a sustainable future for the extraction, use, and management of earth’s resources.
What happens when you bring industry, government, First Nations representatives, policy-makers academics, scientists, and members of civil society together? It may sound like a strange mixer, but Resources for Future Generations 2018 (RFG2018) recognizes that in order to have a meaningful conversation about the use of earth’s resources in the future, all the voices must be in the room.