The Kansas Geological Survey’s annual Field Conference takes scientists, producers, legislators, and public officials around the state to spark conversation about natural resources.
A statewide approach to supporting undergraduate research in Florida offers valuable opportunities for students to showcase their work beyond campus—and a model for other regions to replicate.
Geohealth research is typically focused on environment-health impacts, but including physical and social mechanisms, and health and non-health trade-offs, can result in better policy benefits.
If we can overcome its pitfalls, AI holds promise for improving trust in climate science and activating a largely disengaged public, with meaningful consequences for health and well-being globally.
Breaking down the artificial barriers between science and art can lead to collaborations, broaden the understanding of problems facing communities, and grow engagement to explore solutions.
AGU has various avenues for promoting noteworthy research published in our journals and books, which increases visibility, downloads, and citations.
Reframing climate change education around a message of “hopeful alarm” not only will underscore the threats we face but will also show students how they can act to shape the future.
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The British scientist is the creator of climate stripes, the now-ubiquitous visual representation of climate change.
The environmental scientist is making pollution levels public to draw nonscientists into the fight for clean air.