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As Uganda develops its e-waste policy, neighboring Rwanda establishes a broad-based plan involving incentives and high-tech facilities.
AGU journal submissions have not seen a significant decrease in the proportion of female corresponding authors.
We are and will continue to plant more street trees, urban groves and informal clusters of trees in our parks and green spaces. Treetopia has begun.
Convergent, high-impact research that contributes to society is the hallmark of AGU’s new flagship journal.
Nonperennial rivers are a major—and growing—part of the global river network. New research and science-based policies are needed to ensure the sustainability of these long-overlooked waterways.
The dual threats of nuclear warfare and climate change move the needle to 100 seconds to midnight.
Jane Lubchenco says this is a “moment of truth” about climate change and that scientists need to think about their obligations and responsibilities to society.
The EarthArXiv preprint archive, in operation for almost a year and a half, makes the latest Earth science research available to a wider community.
These five common myths persist about nominating your colleagues. AGU can pursue several methods of ushering in change more quickly.