Integrating Earth and space science into high school biology, chemistry, and physics courses may be the best way to educate the public about climate science.
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.
From uncovering giant ground sloths to helping build a fossil database, Kitao goes above and beyond as a laboratory technician at Santa Barbara City College.
The soil scientist draws inspiration from the earth beneath her feet.
Estudiantes de posgrado en ciencias de la Tierra y estudiantes de ilustración científica de licenciatura se unieron para crear visualizaciones accesibles y atractivas de la investigación que trascienden las limitaciones del uso exclusivo del lenguaje.
Más de 1400 personas asistieron al Tierrafest 2023, un evento anual donde infancias, adolescentes, científicos y activistas comparten conocimiento sobre la Tierra y el ambiente en México.
More than 1,400 people attended TierraFest 2023, an annual event where children, teenagers, scientists, and activists share knowledge about Earth sciences and the environment in Mexico.
Earth science graduate students and scientific illustration undergraduates teamed up to create accessible, engaging visualizations of research that transcend limitations of using language alone.
A recent effort identified how a proposed near-surface geophysics center integrating research and teaching could address critical challenges and promote community engagement and cultural change.
Dozens of K–12 educators came to D.C.—and AGU headquarters—this summer to learn practical ways to tackle climate change that they can pass along to their students.