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      Recently, the “2023 ICGG International Workshop on Geochemical Mapping” was successfully held by the UNESCO International Centre on Global-Scale Geochemistry (ICGG). This workshop brought together a diverse group of 20 participants from 10 countries, including Laos, Turkey, etc.
      This workshop’s primary objectives were aligned with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Global Development Initiative. The workshop sought to foster the sharing of global-scale geochemical knowledge and technologies, facilitate the capacity building of geochemical mapping in developing countries and the international collaboration in the field of global-scale geochemical mapping. The workshop’s agenda encompassed various critical topics, including the Introduction to Government Geochemical Mapping Project, Geochemical Mapping Theories and Technologies, 76-Element Geochemical Sample Analysis Techniques, and the Introduction of Geochemical Survey Software. 
      In addition to the workshop sessions, participants had the opportunity to attend the China Mining Conference and Exhibition 2023, as well as the forum “Digital Chemical Earth and Critical Mineral Discovery.” Notably, experts from Cuba, Madagascar, Turkey, Cambodia, Argentina, Peru, and Myanmar delivered insightful presentations on the progress of the “Chemical Earth” International Big Science Program, the current state of geochemical mapping, and the practical applications of “Chemical Earth” big data. This exchange of research findings enriched the overall experience.
      The workshop’s format included a combination of indoor lectures, dynamic forum discussions, and visits to the exhibition room, ensuring diverse and content-rich interactions. In the post-workshop feedback, several participants expressed their gratitude through email.
      Throughout its history, ICGG has successfully trained over 1,000 participants worldwide. This achievement underscores its role in effectively promoting the sharing of global geochemical knowledge and technologies, elevating the geochemical mapping capabilities of developing nations, and contributing to the realization of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.