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The American Geophysical Union believes that the free, open, and responsible practice of science is fundamental to scientific advancement for both human and environmental well-being. Science requires freedom of movement, collaboration, and communication, as well as equitable access to data and resources. It requires scientists to conduct and communicate scientific work for the benefit of society, with excellence, integrity, respect, fairness, trustworthiness, clarity, and transparency. AGU rejects discrimination and harassment of any kind, including that based on such factors as ethnic origin, religion, citizenship, language, politics, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, or age.
Although the culture of science differs internationally, the integrity of the scientific process must always be inviolate. Scientists share responsibilities and rights that must be followed individually and defended universally.
Adopted by the American Geophysical Union April 2017.
1 Scientists share basic human rights as specified in the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights (1948). References: http://www.icsu.org/publications/icsu-position-statements/freedom-conduct-science/388_DD_FILE_Freedom_Conduct_Science_oct_95.pdf, http://www.singaporestatement.org/statement.html, AGU Scientific Integrity and Professional Ethics Policy [PDF].
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