#AGU21 will fully comply with CDC guidance and local requirements regarding safety, including the use of masks, that are in effect at the time of the meeting.
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We are a few weeks away from #AGU20 and we’re excited! While we know this year’s meeting will be different from Fall Meetings in the past, we have created some great virtual experiences to make this year’s meeting fun and interactive.
#AGU20 is a collective effort at a time when such an effort is particularly challenging, but also when a collective message about the importance and relevance of science, and Earth and space science, is particularly needed.
This year’s Fall Meeting will look different from past meetings, but a lot of thought and planning went into making sure that attendees from all over the world are able to share the latest science, meet new colleagues and friends and be part of the largest Earth and space sciences community in the world.
Fall Meeting is less than five months away. Our goal, with your input and counsel, is to co-create the most diverse, engaging and dynamic online experience to help advance your science and enhance your career.
We are excited to announce that #AGU20 will be mostly virtual. “Mostly” because if science and health professionals tell us it is safe for groups to convene, AGU would like to host a regional gathering in San Francisco.
Each April or May, the Fall Meeting Program Committee (FMPC) meets to begin the planning for the AGU Fall Meeting. In early May, the group convened 100% virtually for the first time.