From Cassini to #scicomm to showcasing science.
Las mujeres aún no son escuchadas en la conversación sobre política climática
Un estudio de caso en Brasil apunta a una profunda brecha de género que aún debe abordarse en el debate sobre la formulación de políticas.
Climate Litigation Has a Big Evidence Gap
Climate-related lawsuits don’t often quantitatively link the defendant’s greenhouse gas emissions to the impacts on the plaintiff. Better lines of communication between climate scientists and climate lawyers could help bridge that gap.
Astronomers for Planet Earth
A volunteer network of astronomers is using a unique astronomical perspective to educate people about the climate crisis while at the same time striving for sustainability in academia.
Virtual Tours Through the Ice Using Everyday Tools
The Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center is training scientists to create immersive virtual field experiences of glaciers, sea ice, and snow.
A Life at Sea: A Q&A with Robert Ballard
A new memoir from the famed explorer dives into his underwater discoveries, his life with dyslexia, and the importance of communicating with the public.
Geomojis Translate Geoscience Across Any Language
Newly created pictograms aim to easily communicate geoscience and geohazard terms.
Cubist Geomorphology: Your Kinship with Picasso, Explained
Asked to imagine a modeled landscape, you probably wouldn’t first think of a Cubist painting. But Cubists and geoscientists may have more in common than meets the eye.
A Tried-and-True Medium to Broaden the Reach of Science
Television programming reaches broad, diverse audiences, but scientists must help tell their own stories and speak to the communities in which they live.
Using Food to Tell the Climate Change Story
Discussing the impact of climate change on food is an effective way to spark interest in the science of climate change and how to mitigate associated problems.