The Earth Science Women’s Network (ESWN) is an organization dedicated to career development, peer mentoring and community building for women in the geosciences. ESWN has more than 3000 members worldwide, spanning large research universities, small liberal-arts colleges, government agencies, and research organizations in the U.S. and more than 60 countries. Membership has grown through grassroots member networking and includes upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, professionals in a range of environmental fields, scientists working in federal and state governments, post-docs, junior and senior academic faculty and scientists.
The Ecological Society of America (ESA) is the world’s largest organization of ecological scientists and professionals. ESA’s 9,000 members work in academic, government, nonprofit and private sectors to improve society’s understanding and stewardship of life on Earth. The Society advances the science of ecology through its six acclaimed journals and Annual Meeting, certification, and development and diversity programs for students and scientists alike. For the public, ESA works to broadly share ecological information through policy and media outreach, and projects integrate ecological science into decision-making.
The Geological Society of America (GSA), founded in 1888, is a professional scientific society with members from academia, government, and industry in more than 100 countries. Through its meetings, publications, and programs, GSA enhances the professional growth earth scientists and promotes the geosciences in the service of humankind. Headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, GSA encourages cooperative research among earth, life, planetary, and social scientists, fosters public dialogue on geoscience issues, and supports all levels of earth science education.
The International Association for Promoting Geoethics (IAPG) is a multidisciplinary, scientific platform for widening the discussion and creating awareness about problems of Ethics applied to the Geosciences. IAPG is legally recognized as a not-for-profit association, has members in 124 countries on 5 continents, and can count on a network of 30 national sections.