La respuesta global de la pandemia en curso puede enseñarnos cómo deberíamos y no deberíamos responder la crisis climática. Y lo más importante aún, demuestra que podemos hacer algo.
Eight Lessons from COVID-19 to Guide Our Climate Response
The global response to the ongoing pandemic can teach us how we should, and shouldn’t, respond to the climate crisis. And most important, it shows that we can do something.
How Earth Day Lost Its Way
The history of Earth Day has grown from its radical roots to a canopy for classroom activities.
How Financial Markets Can Grow More Climate Savvy
Take extreme weather risks into account, and markets could prove hardier in a changing world.
Shaping Water Management with Planetary Boundaries
A new study uses the planetary boundaries concept to formulate an approach to water management that considers both global and local limits to water cycle modifications.
Science in This Century Needs People
An ecologist built an army of beach surveyors over 20 years and now has the world’s largest data set of marine bird mortality informing climate change and disaster studies.
Podcast: Celebrate Earth Day with Stories from AGU
Enjoy the wonders of our world with special episodes of AGU’s Third Pod from the Sun.
Earth Day Message from an Astronaut on the Space Station
NASA astronaut and geoscientist Drew Feustel reminds us: High above Earth, you see no borders; you barely see cities. You do see evidence of Earth’s raw power.
Societal Impacts Collection Continues to Grow
There have been further additions to the highly successful “Earth and Space Science is Essential for Society” collection of commentaries.
Thousands Take to the Hill to March for Science
Protestors in the U.S. capital echoed pleas from last year, calling for greater appreciation of and support for science, less political interference, and increased diversity in scientific pursuits.