A Strategy for the Future 2023-2026
Vision Statement and Strategic Plan
AGI represents the geoscience enterprise and
serves the geoscience community by providing
collaborative leadership and information to
connect Earth, science, and people.
A world that understands and trusts the
geosciences in fostering creative and sustainable
solutions for the challenges facing Earth and humanity.
The importance of science in understanding
and sustainably managing our natural resources
The sharing of scientific knowledge with a broader,
A diverse geoscience workforce empowered to reach
its highest potential.
The amplifying power of collaboration of
organizations and individuals to address issues
within the geosciences.
AGI’S KEY STAKEHOLDERS
AGI member organizations.
Students and educators.
The public and media organizations.
Corporate, academic, governmental, and non-governmental decision makers.
HOW AGI SERVES THE GEOSCIENCES
AGI is a nonpartisan, fact-based, objective science organization.
AGI advances collaboration across the geoscience community.
AGI facilitates dialogue among the geoscience community, stakeholders, and decision makers.
AGI maintains and updates the primary reference system that underpins geoscience research.
AGI supports geoscience education and outreach by developing and sharing resources for education for all ages.
AGI compiles information for a broad variety of scientific endeavors, workforce, and diversity within the geoscience community, among others.
AGI promotes well-informed, science-based public policy and decision making.
AGI actively promotes sustainability as a unifying framework for the geosciences in the 21st century.
Refine the understanding of the geosciences across
societal sectors and leverage K–12 education to build
awareness and understanding of geoscience’s role
Highlight the role of geoscience in achieving
the United Nations’ Sustainable Development
Maintain a financially sound and strong organization
through enhanced, well-managed staffing and
Implement outward-looking, novel fundraising
sources for programmatic funding (e.g., the insurance
industry) without competing with member societies.
Serve as the convening organization and actively
engage diverse stakeholders in discussions of issues of
immediate and long-term importance.
Represent organizations and individuals in the geosciences.