AGCI’s hallmark workshop series advances understanding of priority global change topics, strengthens collaboration within and between scientific disciplines, and engages the public on the societal relevance of global change science. Workshop ideas are championed by leaders in their respective fields, who in turn serve as workshop co-chairs. The small size and extended length of AGCI workshops provides the opportunity for substantive dialogue, exchange of knowledge, and interdisciplinary cooperation.
Interested in attending a public lecture?
Each year, AGCI hosts several public talks featuring leading global change researchers and practitioners. Presented by participants in AGCI’s signature workshop series, these lectures cover the gamut of global change topics from biodiversity threats to urban heat resilience to the history and future of Earth’s climate trajectory. AGCI’s public lecture series honors Walter Orr Roberts (1915-1990), noted humanitarian, scientist, and founder of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR).