London Geodiversity Partnership
Founded in 2008, the London Geodiversity Partnership seeks to share good practice, influence policy and establish cross-London working for geodiversity.
Geodiversity is concerned with the natural and human aspects of
landscape, but is primarily focused on the rocks, sediments, soils, the landscape topography
and the processes that act on the landscape.
We can define geodiversity as being ‘the variety of rocks, fossils, minerals, landforms, soils and natural processes, such as weathering, erosion and sedimentation, that underlie and determine the character of our natural landscape and environment’ (London Plan).
Geodiversity is a fundamental cornerstone of our everyday lives. Raw materials that cannot be grown and non-renewable energy are provided by the geology beneath our feet. Geology also affects where we build and situate buildings and the associated services, influences the design and layout of infrastructure, filters our drinking water, and underpins the landscape around us.
For more information on the London Geodiversity Partnership, please contact us at email@example.com.
Geoconservation Day at Riddlesdown Chalk Quarry
Saturday 8 October 2016
Earth Science Week Geotrail around Richmond Park
Wednesday 12th October 2016
led by members of the London Geodiversity Partnership
The walk is free and there is no need to book. More details here.
Click here for details of geological events in London
A new App on London’s building stones, ‘London Pavement Geology' is now available to download archiving well over 1000 building stone localities within the M25.
Geodiversity Charter for England launched. Click here for more details.