A climate scientist and dedicated AGU member is recognized for her extraordinary work.
What Earth and space science stories are we recommending this week?
Members of the National Academy of Sciences recently voted that membership in the 156-year-old institution can be revoked in cases of “egregious violations” of its Code of Conduct.
Female scientists have weathered bias, lack of support, and unsafe work environments since the dawn of oceanography. Could recent initiatives, technology, and awareness chart the way to safer waters?
Landmark study calls for urgent “transformative changes” to meet goals for conserving and sustainably using nature.
An ecologist built an army of beach surveyors over 20 years and now has the world’s largest data set of marine bird mortality informing climate change and disaster studies.
“You are the stakeholders of European integration,” former Italian prime minister Mario Monti told an assembly of geoscientists.
Senate floor fight may loom for Barry Lee Myers, whom Democrats oppose.
Students and educators urge congressional action on climate change.
The governor of Washington says that dealing with climate change has to be the country’s number one priority.