Engaging community members in monitoring and improving air quality
Vulnerability to heat extremes
Best practices in managing nutrient flows
Options to mitigate extreme heat
Overall environmental impacts of potential lime residual discharge into the Missouri River
Developing Climate Change Resilient Storm Water Management Systems
Exploring Environmental Factors that Contribute to Increased Incidence of Chronic Kidney Disease
Using Climate Data to Adapt Local Agricultural Calendars
Denver Neighborhoods and a PhD Student Are Investigating Indoor Air Quality Concerns
An AGU Scientist Helping to Set Local Emission Targets Consistent With 350ppm Globally
Filters for Families bringing safe water to Nepal
The Thriving Earth Exchange (TEX) will be organizing two events at the AGU Fall Meeting to practice and inspire partnerships, co-design and community science.
Peruse or download a list of active and upcoming TEX projects. Each project connects scientists with communities to solve local challenges related to natural resources, climate change or natural hazards.
Learn how the Thriving Earth Exchange (TEX) matches communities with a scientific partner to design and develop solutions to real-world local challenges.
The Thriving Earth Exchange (TEX) and Amazon Web Services (AWS) are collaborating to use cloud-computing and Earth and space science to advance community solutions.