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An advanced understanding of Earth and space science should underlie many of the decisions facing policymakers. Despite the existence of research and societally-relevant science issues in every district and state, the Earth and space sciences are often overlooked in policy discussions. The aim of the Earth and Space Science Caucus is to increase congressional understanding of the sciences’ impact on policy and to facilitate engagement with scientists.
It is supported by the Earth and Space Science Caucus Alliance and co-chaired by Congressman Jared Polis (CO-02) and Congressman Ryan Costello (PA-06) for the 115th Congress. If your office is interested in joining the caucus, please contact John Cooper at [email protected] with Congressman Polis or Andrew Furman at [email protected] with Congressman Costello.
To promote and broaden awareness of the societal, economic, and scientific advancements made possible by Earth and space science; to illustrate the breadth of policy issues and public and private interests impacted by Earth and space science; to serve as an ongoing information resource for members of Congress and their staff; to exchange ideas and information with Earth and space scientists, federal science agencies, universities and research institutions, professional and institutional Earth and space science societies and organizations, and the Administration.
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