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AGCI Project: 

AGCI Science Sessions

Conceived in 1989 and conducted each year since 1990, AGCI's interdisciplinary workshops bring together scientists from across the globe to discuss current, critical topics in global environmental change.

March 2018 Quarterly Research Review

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Are Winter Extremes in the U.S. the Result of Amplified Warming in the Arctic? • Hydrogen in the Energy System: Focus on Production

December 2017 Quarterly Research Review

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Can Education Make Polarization on Scientific Topics Worse? • Threading the Needle: Pathways to Stay Below 2°C

September 2017 Quarterly Research Review

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Planes, Ships, and Trucks: Decarbonizing Long Distance Transport • The Role of Negative Emissions in Achieving the Paris 2°C Goal

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Science through Illustration

In order to close the gap between scientific information and public understanding, AGCI uses illustrated graphics backed by sound science to convey messages that would benefit from visual explanation.

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Catalyst Fellowship Program

AGCI's Catalyst Fellowship Program hosts the development of research designed to potential to accelerate understanding of global change and to serve society.

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Closing the Knowledge-Action Gap for Infrastructure

AGCI is preparing a special report to the National Science Foundation about how science policy-makers can support the improved use of science for rebuilding and maintaining US infrastructure.

June 2017 Quarterly Research Review

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Cities on the Frontlines of Climate Change Impacts and Response • Mortality in a Changing Climate

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