10 October 2023
AGU Annual Meeting 2023 (#AGU23)
San Francisco, CA
AGU press contact:
Liza Lester, +1 (202) 777-7494, [email protected]
WASHINGTON — The AGU Annual Meeting 2023 scientific program is now available online. Browse full abstracts for more than 25,000 talks, posters and panels to be presented at the largest worldwide conference in the Earth and space sciences, convening this year at the Moscone Center in San Francisco and online everywhere, 11-15 December.
Staff journalists, freelance journalists, student journalists and press officers can register for free as press attendees and book housing at conference hotels through the AGU23 Press Center.
Journalists attending #AGU23 can learn about new research from the bottom of our oceans to the top of our atmosphere and beyond. Explore sessions by AGU’s scientific sections or disciplines by selecting “Browse Program” on the left-hand menu of the scientific program portal.
Talks, keynotes, plenaries, lectures, union sessions and innovation sessions will be live-streamed, allowing live participation in Q&A both in person and online. Recordings will be posted within a week of the scheduled session and remain available through February 2024. Poster sessions will be held either in-person or online. In-person posters will not be available remotely, and online poster sessions will be held in January 2024. Learn more about session formats on the AGU23 website.
Media registration and hotels
Visit the Press Center and click on the purple “Register as Press” button to start your registration and book housing. Press registrants will be prompted to login to their existing AGU account, or create a new AGU account, before registering.
*You must enter the press registration portal to register for free as a member of the media! Press registration cannot be accessed through the general registration buttons on the landing page of the meeting site. Press can book housing through this portal (not the general housing link, as that will misdirect your press registration).
AGU provides complimentary press registration to members of the media for the express purpose of gathering news and information to produce media coverage of AGU meetings. Please read the press eligibility guidelines to learn more about who qualifies for press registration. Registrations are approved at the discretion of the AGU Media Relations office. Approval may take up to five business days.
Press events at AGU23
AGU will host press conferences and media roundtables to help journalists report on new findings presented at the meeting. Press conferences and roundtables will allow in-person and online participation and will be recorded for later viewing. A schedule of press events will be available approximately two weeks before the conference begins.
AGU will update the Press Center in the weeks leading up to the event with additional resources to help reporters cover the meeting, including tipsheets and FAQs. You may also sign up for our mailing list to be sure to receive updates about the meeting and other science news from AGU. You can update your mailing preferences at any time.
Public information officers of universities, government agencies and research institutions can use AGU23 as an opportunity to present research to reporters through press releases, press conferences and media roundtables. Pitch an idea for a press event through the AGU23 press event proposal form by Friday, 20 October. Unsure what to pitch? Reach out to us at [email protected] to schedule an informational call before the 20 October deadline.
Questions? Email the AGU Media Relations team at [email protected].
AGU (www.agu.org) is a global community supporting more than half a million advocates and professionals in Earth and space sciences. Through broad and inclusive partnerships, AGU aims to advance discovery and solution science that accelerate knowledge and create solutions that are ethical, unbiased and respectful of communities and their values. Our programs include serving as a scholarly publisher, convening virtual and in-person events and providing career support. We live our values in everything we do, such as our net zero energy renovated building in Washington, D.C. and our Ethics and Equity Center, which fosters a diverse and inclusive geoscience community to ensure responsible conduct.