Public

Public Partners

Together with private partners, public partners are organisations that invest long-term in the GEM Foundation and guide GEM strategically during a 5-year working programme. Public participants are public institutions operating at national, but also regional or city level; they exchange experiences on earthquake risk modeling, assessment and reduction, participate in events and workshops, provide feedback on products and work with the Secretariat on projects. They contribute to the effort through their funding, network and experiences. See below who are currently part of GEM.

Read more about the benefits of becoming a public partner.

 

Australia

Geoscience Australia

Geoscience Australia

Chile

National Research Center for Integrated Natural Disaster Management

National Research Center for Integrated Natural Disaster Management

Colombia

Colombian Geological Survey

Colombian Geological Survey

Germany

German Research Centre For Geosciences

German Research Centre For Geosciences

Italy

Civil Protection Department

Civil Protection Department

Japan

National Research Institue for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention

National Research Institue for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention

Nepal

National Society for Earthquake Technology

National Society for Earthquake Technology

New Zealand

Ministry Of Research Science & Technology

Ministry Of Research Science & Technology

Norway

The Research Council of Norway

The Research Council of Norway

Switzerland

State Secretariat for Education and Research

State Secretariat for Education and Research

Taiwan

Taiwan Earthquake Model

Taiwan Earthquake Model

Turkey

Turkish Catastrophe Insurance Pool

Turkish Catastrophe Insurance Pool

United Kingdom

Natural Environment Research Council

Natural Environment Research Council

Venezuela

Fundacion Venezolana de Investigaciones Sismologicas

Fundacion Venezolana de Investigaciones Sismologicas

We thank the following public organisations for having partnered with the GEM Foundation during the first Working Programme I: NTU Singapore