Geodiversity is the variety of rocks, fossils, minerals, natural processes, landforms and soils that underlie and determine the character of our landscape and environment.
Periglacial patterned ground in the form of vegetated ridges and furrows. Dr Bob Matthews, NRW

Limestone pavement, Marble Arch Geopark, Co. Fermanagh ┬ęPeter Millar, Belfast Geologists Society

Geodiversity is literally all around us. It influences the way we live, the resources we need and use and how the world changes. Understanding and valuing geodiversity is critical to understanding the Earth and the decisions we make for the future of our environment.