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BE INSPIRATION │ KNOWLEDGE


The Geocube was developed as an accessible way to read, see and watch what geography is and geographers do, illustrating the strengths of geography so its values can be appreciated and better understood. The site demonstrates the richness of geography and the work of geographers in the 21st Century and provides multimedia resources for free use in education.


Today, Digital Earth tools play an important role in addressing social, economic, cultural, scientific, and technical challenges affecting humankind. It has resulted in a profound revolution in science, research and technology. We urgently need to accompany this by delivering “Digital Earth education” for all, which gives priority to exploring the big challenges facing human society today. Decision makers therefore have to be persuaded that geographical education is vital if the adoption of Digital Earth tools is to enhance our quality of life and improve our working conditions.


Karl Donert President EUROGEO; Director European Centre of Excellence www.digital-earth.eu Email eurogeomail@yahoo.co.uk Twitter @karldonert EUROGEOwww.eurogeography.eu is the European Association of Geographers. It has members from more than 25 countries who share interests in the theory, methods, and practice of geography and geographical education. Follow EUROGEO LinkedInwww.linkedin.com/groups/EUROGEO-2267015


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