Advisory Group Chairperson

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Message from CCOP’s Advisory Group Chairperson
Dear visitor,
A warm welcome to CCOP’s new Web site,
CCOP is a diverse community of its Member Counties, brought together by the shared pursuit of creating, disseminating, and preserving geoscientific knowledge, thus contributing to economic development and an improved quality of life within the East and Southeast Asia region.

In daily work, CCOP and its Technical Secretariat strive for progress, with a whole-hearted effort and a commitment to high standards. This requires cross-border teamwork, creativity, and dedication. But it also requires the availability and use of powerful tools like the recently launched new CCOP Web site.

The new site has been designed to enhance the visitor’s experience in learning about CCOP’s mission organization and achievements by practicing knowledge management and delivering useful information and knowledge to CCOP’s stakeholders, that across the Member Countries include: national and local government, local authorities, utilities and regulatory authorities, education institutes responsible/involved in Earth science, planners/decision-makers and investors and the general public.

I trust that, by harnessing the enormous potential of the internet and the geoinformatics to best effect, the site will help you as a visitor, not only to learn about the many opportunities and benefits that are available to you within CCOP, but also for achieving personal rewarding by using the site for disseminating your professional achievements among the wide CCOP community and beyond.

On behalf of CCOP’s Cooperating Countries, Organisations and Honorary Advisors, I welcome you again to CCOP’s new Web site and I encourage you to explore extensively the site for taking full advantage of all this site can offer.
With warmest wishes,

Mr. Ioannis Abatzis
Chairperson of CCOP’s Advisory Group
Representative of Denmark to CCOP
Chief Geoscientific Advisor
Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS)
?ster Voldgade 10, DK-1350, Copenhagen K