While a few vital science programs were funded, overall the president’s proposed budget is a severe disappointment for science and ignores the many ways in which science fuels our economy, safeguards our security, improves our health and well-being, and is critical for a thriving future.
During pre-Fall Meeting #AGU19, AGU announced that we would make our Digital Library an added benefit of individual membership, effective January 2020.
As we mentioned previously, AGU remains committed and has taken numerous actions to show our strong support for open access, including:
Last week, AGU hosted another successful Fall Meeting in San Francisco. Our community celebrated its Centennial year and had thoughtful, productive discussions about the future of science and inspiring the next 100 years of innovation and discovery.
By Scott King, Study of the Earth’s Deep Interior section president and member of AGU’s 2019-2020 Council As the AGU..
As the newest member of AGU’s Board of Directors, it was no surprise to be asked to summarize the Board meeting held on Saturday, 7 December 2019.
AGU Revises Climate and Data Position Statements: Declares World in Climate Crisis and Reaffirms Data as a World Heritage
In a revised climate position statement released today, based on the overwhelming research and scientific evidence, AGU is declaring the..
AGU is pleased to announce that its individual members will have free access to all of our digitized journal content..
I am writing to share a brief update on the search process for the AGU’s next CEO and executive director...
As a former sea-going scientist, I was reminded during the recent AGU Board meeting (2-4 October) about the distinct roles..