American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2021
The AGU Fall Meeting (#AGU21) is the primary gathering for Earth and space scientists, students, and those in affiliated fields to share scientific findings and identify innovative solutions. With in-person and worldwide online participation, attendees will have numerous opportunities to network with government regulators, scientific visionaries, and industry thought-leaders. The conference is set for 13-17 December, 2021.
#AGU21 will feature an exciting array of plenary talks and panels covering a diverse range of Earth and space science topics. World-leading scientists and leaders will weave the theme “Science is Society” into their remarks to show how important science is in all facets of society. These talks will touch on everything from public science efforts to diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts in the earth and space sciences to the future of universities to new areas of convergent science.
- DR. ROBERT D. BULLARD, Presidential Forum, 13 December 2021 | 11:15am CT
- DR. JEFFREY D. SACHS, Frontiers of Geophysics, 14 December 2021 | 11:00am CT
- DR. ERIC LANDER, Environmental Justice Plenary, 14 December 2021 | 12:00pm CT
- DR. KELLY MACK, LANDInG Launch Lecture, 16 December 2021 | 11:15am CT
Theme: Science Is Society
The AGU Fall Meeting shares the research and knowledge that its community is building with the world so that it can foster a sustainable environment for future generations. It believes that:
- Science is decision-making. Science must inform policy choices on diverse topics from the development of renewable energy systems to decisions about where and how to build homes to mitigate risk from natural disasters.
- Science is understanding. Scientific progress requires contributions from diverse and cross-disciplinary groups of individuals to help identify challenges and develop equitable solutions.
- Science is disruptive. Science advances when respectful debate provokes experts to think bigger, broader, and better.
- Science is personal. Each researcher is motivated to do this work for different reasons.
- Science is a community. The AGU community must work together to support the research that informs our decisions and leads to a better world.