Quedarse callado es volverse cómplice de nuestra propia destrucción porque el racismo nos destruye a todos. Pero no quedarse callado implica más que hacer declaraciones. También está el silencio colectivo de no hacer nada. —No Time For Silence
Here are 10 practical steps that scientists can take to counteract the detrimental effects of abusive academic work environments.
As Earth and space scientists gather this December for AGU’s annual Fall Meeting, Eos looks at the ways in which the community is reimagining itself to create a more diverse and adaptable future.
AGU’s Bright STaRS offers a model for programs to give middle and high school students a taste of what a career in science can offer.
This community college in Texas has figured out how to guide its students into geoscience careers.
Prisoners, activists, and lawyers are fighting to protect incarcerated people from pollution and the dangers of climate change. There’s a place for geoscientists in the fight too.
With so many communities facing relocation from a changing climate, reframing “managed retreat” is needed to respect people’s self-determination.
Institutions should heed these recommendations to prepare faculty and students for discrimination and racialized violence before traveling and to protect them once in the field.
Early-career scientists from the AGU Mentoring Network discuss how the global pandemic has exacerbated long-standing issues with the availability of positions in and the diversity of the geosciences.
Living in Geologic Time: Backpacking through the past, present, and future of fire on the John Muir Trail.