Color plays a major role in the analysis and communication of scientific information. New tools are helping to improve how color can be applied more accurately and effectively to data.
The history of Earth Day has grown from its radical roots to a canopy for classroom activities.
Summer camp at Mount Saint Helens empowers girls with science, confidence, and fun.
People were much worse at identifying false statements about climate change than about general science, and they were overly confident in their answers.
As teachers worldwide transition to virtual learning, expert educators offer a new place to find and share the best ways to keep your students on track.
A student who saw his climate research misrepresented in online forums shares the experience, as well as lessons learned and recommendations for how to counter efforts to distort climate science.
Science writer Ilima Loomis, author of the new book Eclipse Chaser, shares her secrets for translating science speak for young audiences.
A House committee listened to experts on why ocean science is critical to understanding the changing climate and why better land use could be a major part of mitigating climate change.
An AGU Fall Meeting session focuses on communicating with appropriate urgency about climate change.
Earth scientists and communicators dealing with or studying climate change face many potential stressors. They need support and resources to maintain and improve their emotional well-being.