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ADVANCEGeo Bystander Workshop

Harassment, bullying and discrimination in the workplace damage science and cause health problems, which results in decreased motivation, lost productivity, and the exclusion of people who might have led highly satisfying scientific careers and made important contributions[6]. In the United States, 59% of undergraduate women students experienced harassing behavior[2]; and 62% of higher education administrators … Continue reading ADVANCEGeo Bystander Workshop

“All experiences need to be respected and shared for truly comprehensive and sustainable solutions” – Kevin Boehmer, WaterPOC highlight

AGU H3S believes that diverse voices should come together to create a more comprehensive and engaging sharing space of knowledge and experiences. This message was complemented by Kevin Boehmer, the Managing Director of the Water Institute, who added that “[Having diverse voices] is not only the “right and necessary” thing to do, but provides fresh, … Continue reading “All experiences need to be respected and shared for truly comprehensive and sustainable solutions” – Kevin Boehmer, WaterPOC highlight

Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion resources to inspire change in the hydrology community

  In October 2020, AGU-H3S published a white paper calling on the Hydrology Section leaderships and all community members to work together to make actionable changes towards a more equitable, diverse, inclusive, and just community. In addition to this effort, we collected a list of various resources on justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion to increase … Continue reading Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion resources to inspire change in the hydrology community