About The Center

The AGU Ethics and Equity Center will provide resources to educate, promote and ensure responsible scientific conduct and establish tools, practices, and data for organizations to foster a positive work climate in science. We can help you meet your ethics goals, whether you are an individual scientist looking for resources or professional ethics development, a leader looking to implement best practices at your organization, or an institution wanting to update your code of conduct. The Center is led by AGU.

Learn all about the resources available in this webinar featuring AGU's Vice President of Ethics Billy Williams and Manager of Higher Education Pranoti Asher.

AGU promotes discovery in the Earth and space sciences for the benefit of humanity. AGU comprises nearly 60,000 members in 137 countries and is a recognized leader in publishing the top journals and books in the Earth and space sciences. These include 21 world-renowned journals, many of which are free to the public. AGU is also a global leader in convening meetings around the world aimed at fostering scientific exchange. These include our annual Fall Meeting, which attracted more than 22,000 people in 2017.

AGU is marking our 100-year centennial by amplifying the voice of science through scientific and professional partnerships and by ramping up efforts to educate the media, policymakers, and the public about the myriad benefits of science to society. Through publications, meetings, and a vibrant online campaign, AGU’s Centennial will showcase grand challenges of the future and demonstrate how Earth and space science can help to meet those