In our annual double issue, Eos shares how scientists are defining the future with their work today.
A tale of three institutions: How grassroots alumni organizations are encouraging climate action, with mixed results.
Find out more about the AGU Advanced Textbook Series that enables upper undergraduate- and graduate-level students to engage with primary literature and develop skills of critical analysis.
The basics of climate change science have been known for a long time, and the predicted impact of a doubling of atmospheric carbon dioxide on global temperature hasn’t changed much in 100 years.
AGU is launching a community-driven effort, funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to support computational notebooks as primary research objects in scholarly publications.
A career in fluid mechanics is both intellectually stimulating and well suited to solving environmental problems.
As a young Latina, Pérez-Ángel brings a fresh perspective to paleoclimatology.
Community science builds bridges while generating valuable environmental data.
Our second annual Career Issue examines how an education in the Earth and space sciences can lead to a multitude of rewarding paths.
AGU editors recognize the contributions of peer reviewers, whose expertise and dedication ensure optimal science communication within our journals.