After celebrating the Centennial year, the AGU Fall Meeting 2020 turns the focus to the opportunities, discoveries and solutions that will shape future generations and society.
- We envision a future where scientific discovery continues to be valued and celebrated for its role in advancing human knowledge.
- We envision a future where knowledge of Earth and space sciences are used in collaboration with advances in natural, physical and social sciences, medicine and engineering.
- We envision a future that will shape our science, culture and partnerships for the benefit and prosperity of people and the planet.
AGU Fall Meeting will be online everywhere and remain the global convening meeting for the Earth and space sciences community.
With more than 1,000 sessions as well as hours of networking and poster hall time, all of them will be scheduled to work for multiple time zones around the world. Content will also be live and on-demand so you can watch (or binge) at your convenience.
Fall Meeting sessions will include:
- COVID-19, from lessons learned in Earth and space sciences to ideas for what to do to advance research when one can’t be in the field or in the lab.
- actions the Earth and space sciences should take to remove discrimination and eliminate racism to improve diversity and inclusion.
- how to better communicate your science to policymakers, reporters, voters and other key audiences.
With all of this content, Fall Meeting will be concentrated 7-11 December. To minimize scheduling conflicts, we’ll be extending events around the meeting from 1-17 December.