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Free Lecture on Dec 10: No More Time to Waste: Moving Science to Action at Scales that Matter

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No More Time to Waste: Moving Science to Action at Scales that Matter

In the last two decades, a significant fraction of the geoscience and global environmental sciences communities have seen a shift in thinking – from science as its own fundamental goal, to science for understanding change, to science that supports and drives action.

Past AGI Fellow Gifford Wong shares experience at upcoming science storytelling event

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Looking for science storytelling in DC? Free next Thursday night? The Story Collider is hosting a storytelling event featuring our 2015-16 Fisher Congressional Fellow Gifford Wong! Wong received his Ph.D. in Earth Sciences from Dartmouth College, and he now works for the U.S. State Department as a Science & Technology Policy Fellow for the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Click here to learn more about this event or see the event information copied below:

AGI Announces Winners of 2006 Earth Science Week Contests

The American Geological Institute (AGI) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2006 Earth Science Week contests. The national contests capped off a week of celebration as students, educators, and members of the public explored the importance of citizen science as part of the 2006 Earth Science Week theme "Be a Citizen Scientist!".
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