International Student-Fellows to Present Climate Impact Studies at NASA

Fourteen students from Africa, Southeast Asia, and the Himalayas have learned to use satellite data and mapping technologies to address climate change issues in their regions. On Thursday, April 3, 2014, those students will present and discuss their efforts at NASA Headquarters. The public event will begin at 9 in the James E. Webb Auditorium…
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Member to Appear in Showtime Series on Climate Change

AAG member and Environmental Defense Fund fellow Nekya Young will appear in an episode of "Years of Living Dangerously," a Showtime documentary series focusing on climate change. In the episode, Jessica Alba explores how EDF Climate Corps fellows, such as Young, work to make businesses more environmentally friendly. Young worked with the AAG last year…
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Call for Participation to Youth in the U.S., Bolivia, Panama, South Africa

TechCamps on Geotechnologies for Climate Change and Environment The Global Connections and Exchange Youth TechCamps: My Community, Our Earth Program (GCE MyCOE) is looking for current high school students in the United States, Bolivia, Panama and South Africa. High school students from each of these countries will be selected to form teams and will collaborate…
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MyCOE/SERVIR Initiative in Southeast Asia Calling for Student Participation

The MyCOE / SERVIR Initiative in Southeast Asia is an 7-month fellowship program for undergraduate and graduate students in eligible countries who are currently enrolled in any field at an institution of higher education in an eligible country. Students will propose to work with their own mentors/advisors on research ideas and plans that address themes…
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AAG Introduces Global Connections and Exchange Youth TechCamps

We are pleased to announce the Global Connections and Exchange Youth TechCamps: My Community, Our Earth Program (GCE MyCOE). Outstanding United States high school students will be selected to team up with counterparts in Bolivia, Panama, or South Africa. They will collaborate online and in person at one of three rounds of training events in these countries…
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