Thriving Earth Exchange

AGU's Thriving Earth Exchange advances community solutions. We help scientists, community leaders and sponsors work together to solve local challenges related to natural resources, climate change and natural hazards.

How It Works

There are four essential steps to take a community science project from idea to implementation.

TEX Fellow Wanted: Colebrook, NH

Remediating Groundwater Dioxane to Mitigate Marl Pond Degradation project seeks a student/early career scientist for paid community science opportunity. Deadline: 4 Nov. 2017.

Scientist Wanted: Corinth, TX

Balancing Sustainability Priorities with Development in an Urbanizing Watershed

Science is Knowledge, Knowledge is Power…and vice-versa

Science is entangled with issues of power, and community science – either explicitly or implicitly – is about exploring and challenging that entanglement. Grappling with these power dynamics can make for an uncomfortable conversation, for scientists especially but also for community leaders, but it is an important conversation to have.

Scientists Wanted to assist flood groups nationwide

Flood Forum USA & TEX team up

Science to Action

Community Science Events and Sessions at AGU Fall Meeting. Abstracts Due Aug 2!