AGI Critical Issues Forums bring together leading experts from academia, government, industry, and other groups to discuss topics at the intersection of geoscience and public policy. The Forums highlight the essential role that geoscience information plays in policy decisions at all levels from the global to the local. These events, started in 2014, showcase the societal relevance of the geosciences to a broad audience while also providing opportunities for dialog and networking between geoscientists and decision makers at all levels.
2016 AGI Critical Issues Forum - Addressing Changes in Regional Groundwater Resources: Lessons from the High Plains Aquifer
2014 AGI Critical Issues Forum - America’s Increasing Reliance on Natural Gas: Benefits and Risks of a Methane Economy
AGI Critical Issues Forums are a product of AGI's Center for Geoscience & Society