European Speleological Federation
The European Speleological Federation is an international grouping of the speleological federations or national associations of all of Europe.
The FSE, formerly FSCE then FSUE, was founded in 1990 and is covered by the International Union of Speleology (UIS). The FSE promotes sport and scientific speleology. The FSE encompasses speleology in all its forms.
The FSE sets up and organises all activities and structures necessary to reach its goals, such as commissions, working groups, meetings, etc.
Call for FSE Bureau Positions
The current FSE Bureau would like to invite you all to read the following call. At this year’s GAM, on the 20th May 2023 in Breitscheid, Germany, some positions of the FSE Bureau... READ MORE
EuroSpeleo Newsletter, February 2023
It is with great pleasure that the European Speleological Federation (FSE) publishes the next EuroSpeleo Newsletter of February 2023. This Newsletter will be exclusively available in electronic form and it will be distributed... READ MORE
Cavers to cavers: how to help victims of the earthquake in Turkey and Syria
A massive earthquake devastated huge parts of Turkey and Syria, killing and injuring thousands of people and leading to what could be a major humanitarian disaster. Teams of cavers and cave rescuers form... READ MORE
Call for new ECPC commission members
The team of the European Cave Protection Commission is inviting every caver with cave and karst protection and conservation ambitions, to join the commission to help pushing forward the cave and karst protection... READ MORE
ECPC donations invested in a Serbian project
During the year 2022 the European Cave Protection Commission ECPC has got some funds as donations.At the end of the year we decided to double this amount from our regular ECPC budget and... READ MORE
EuroSpeleo Protection Label 2023
Call for Cave Protection Projects It is with great pleasure that the FSE announces the next call for Cave Protection Projects to receive the Label “EuroSpeleo Protection 2023” from the ECPC (European Cave... READ MORE