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American Geophysical Union
2008 Annual Conference -- December 15-19
Every year in San Francisco

2007 Conference
Exploratorium: Live from the AGU!

2007 AAAS Conference
Events Held for Teachers,
Families, Kids, Students
Photos Videos

IGLO Resources
Conference Features:
IGLO Special Session
California musuems exhibit
Polar Palooza -- for attendees
Director of Inconvient Truth
Hundreds of science centers, museums and aquariums
from across the planet came together at annual conference
Los Angeles -- October, 2007

Joining us at the Conference were: NASA, NOAA, NCAR/UCAR, IPY,
JPL, LLL, UC Davis, Woods Hole, WGBH, NSF

For the 2007 ASTC/IGLO special session
on global warming science and action
provided the featured poster exhibit:
"Involving the Public in Climate Change Science and Solutions -- California's Science Centers, Museums & Aquariums."

Since 1999, ClimateChangeEducation.Org
docents have been volunteering thousands of hours annually at ASTC affiliated science centers to create and now implement global warming science education programs.
At the 2004 conference in San Jose, we campaigned to make climate change a leading topic for ASTC and the museums.

We encourage others to join with us in strongly supporting IGLO's work.

Scenes from the
2006 Annual ASTC Conference

held in Louisville, Kentucky:
With Special IGLO Sessions

Science museums around the world are making global warming their #1 science topic.
ASTC/IGLO is where it comes together.
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