Applying World Heritage status to highly valuable environmental records would spotlight the vital insights they provide into how Earth is changing and would ensure their longevity and accessibility.
Nonreporting of funding data and exclusion of communities from research harm Indigenous Peoples and contribute to their invisibility in science and society. We can and must do better.
Thanks to the advent of exascale computing, local climate forecasts may soon be a reality. And they’re not just for scientists anymore.
Pandemic relief funding should provide a much-needed boost to scientific research. And we should steer those dollars toward where they can do the most good.
The biggest oil spill in history resulted in billions of dollars in settlements—and a massive scientific movement.
A trio of bills making their way through Congress would boost research and development for technologies that could contribute substantially to future U.S. energy production and consumption.
Three Nordic countries collaborate to build a suite of eScience tools to support long-term planning and decision-making in the face of a changing climate.
Integrating Earth science research and observations into adaptation planning helps identify effective strategies to manage climate risks.
Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson calls on science agencies to provide information about their strategy for implementing the executive order eliminating one third of federal advisory committees.
The 3-year grant will help launch the new AGU Ethics and Equity antiharassment initiative.