The Society for Environmental Geochemistry and Health (SEGH): building for the future

Watts, Michael J.; An, Taicheng; Argyraki, Ariadne; Arhin, Emmanuel; Brown, Anthea; Button, Mark; Entwistle, Jane A.; Finkelman, Robert; Gibson, Gillian; Humphrey, Olivier S.; Huo, Xia; Hursthouse, Andrew S.; Marinho-Reis, A. Paula; Maseka, Kakoma; Middleton, Daniel R.S.; Morton-Bermea, Ofelia; Nazarpour, Ahad; Olatunji, Akinade Shadrach; Osano, Odipo; Potgieter-Vermaak, Sanja; Saini, Sherestha; Stewart, Alex; Tarek, Moataz; Torrance, Keith; Wong, Ming Hung; Yamaguchi, Kosei E.; Zhang, Chaosheng; Zia, Munir. 2020 The Society for Environmental Geochemistry and Health (SEGH): building for the future. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 42. 343-347.

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The challenges of sustainable development are ever more pressing, and the skills, interests and capabilities of the SEGH member are well-placed to continue to make more meaningful contributions to the environment, society and well-being. We reflect on the historical development of the society, its response to the dynamic international research landscape and the great opportunities ahead. In 2018, SEGH implemented a new board structure after 2–3 years of consultation, with approval of a new constitution and a new strategy across the large number of international board members. While regions were represented by sections in Europe, Asia/Pacific and the USA, the structure required renewal in order to be more representative of the distribution of members and website traffic that had evolved in preceding years. In addition, the society wanted to improve its position for future growth opportunities across rapidly developing regions.

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ISSN: 0269-4042
Date made live: 06 Aug 2019 15:21 +0 (UTC)

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