The American Geophysical Union urges further research and policy development with regard to climate intervention (previously called geoengineering) that considers impacts on society.
AGU last updated its position on this topic 5 years ago.
In a revised statement, the American Geophysical Union and Seismological Society of America reaffirm their view that the capability to monitor the treaty should be expanded, completed, and sustained.
The AGU Board of Directors approves a rights and responsibilities of scientists position statement.
The American Geophysical Union urges members to comment soon on the organization's new draft position statement about scientists' responsibilities and rights and the integrity of the scientific process.
The American Geophysical Union updated one position statement and reaffirmed three others as written.
This year's fellows hope to use their unique expertise to guide policy makers and shape legislation on pressing issues, such as climate warming and resource management.
Feedback sought from American Geophysical Union members until 30 September on draft statement emphasizing partnering of scientists, policy makers, and stakeholders to improve hazards resilience.
The Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences (SIPS) Focus Group kicked off new activity with a lively event at AGU Fall Meeting, with much more action to come.