For those who study Australasia's Fossil Heritage
THE GSA CODE OF ETHICS
The Geological Society of Australia, as part of its mission to promote all aspects of the geosciences including high standards of profession conduct and ethical standards by practitioners in the field of geosciences, requires Members to practise their profession according to agreed professional ethical standards as a condition of membership, in Australia or elsewhere. This Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct promotes the standing of the geosciences and geoscientists, the well-being of industry, science, the community, and the natural environment, for today and in the future. Membership of the Society signifies understanding of and commitment to the Society's Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.
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The Australasian Palaeontologists is a volunteer run network, we'd love to have your input.
AN INCLUSIVE EARTH SCIENCE
Below are some resources, support networks, and groups for people working in Palaeontology, Earth Science, or STEM more broadly.
Women in Earth and Environmental Sciences Australasia (WOMEESA), click here.
The Bearded Lady Project; celebrating the work of female palaeontologists. Click here.
STEM Women, click here.
Queers In Science, click here.