AGU's Thriving Earth Exchange is seeking US-based communities of all types (place-based; issue-based; value-based, etc.) interested in co-creating solutions and tools to advance community priorities to join a new cohort of communities to start in July 2021! AGU is an Earth and space science membership society of over 60,000 members who do research and study from everything from the center of the Earth to the surface of the Sun and everything in between. Communities who have worked with our scientists have been able to vet a 350ppm greenhouse gas emissions target; develop a drought vulnerability assessment; assess flood vulnerability of a food distribution center and saved millions in unnecessary remediation costs to turn some ponds into a recreational park. Join over 150 communities that are advancing their priorities in pollution, sustainability and environmental health issues - for free! For more information about our program and to apply to be considered in the July 2021 cohort, please click here. Applications will be considered for the July cohort on a rolling basis until 1 June 2021.
Tuesday, 18 May at 4pm ET, we will host a community leader Q&A for any and all community leaders interested in working with Thriving Earth Exchange. Register for the Q&A session here: https://agu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_TxYIfkzVSlGLr__oV-mvFw.