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Climate Change

AAG Takes Action

Our rapidly changing global climate is impacting humans and the environment in a multitude of ways. Now is the time for urgent, collective action to combat this crisis. Geographers are uniquely positioned to contribute to our understanding of climate change, the complex spatial dimensions of its causes and effects, and the solutions needed to protect our most vulnerable communities as the world changes around us.

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Hot air balloon with the image of the globe floats through a sunny sky with cloud formationsMeet the New AAG Climate Change & Society Cohort

This year’s 15 scholars are the first to take part in AAG’s new Elevate the Discipline program, preparing them with leadership, media skills, and policy strategies to share their expertise.

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Climate Change and Carbon Emissions at the AAG
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Moving Forward on Climate Change and Professional Ethics Learn More


Communities at the Heart of Climate Action by The Wilderness Society Learn More
Screenshot of NOAA/NOS and Old Dominion University's Esri StoryMap on Coastal Flooding: How Coastal Communities are Being Impacted by Sea Level Rise and the Data that Can HelpCoastal Flooding
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