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The American Geographical Society is proud to announce the results of the inaugural class of EthicalGEO Fellows. Detailed below are …

On November 3rd, long before U.S. voters learned the results of the 2020 presidential election, some digital privacy advocates scored …

When I first heard about the EthicalGEO initiative, I thought of the vast range of challenges that exist within the …

Property ownership data management is one of the primary applications for a geographic information system (GIS). My first GIS job …

What gets measured gets changed The tradeoff of privacy for societal value is a false choice. We can compute useful …

We are now well into the second half of the summer season and it has been months since the novel …

Who is a geographer? What are the competencies necessary to practice geography? The impact of geography on our lives is …

In 2015, the oceans made an unexpected appearance into the negotiations of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change …

Ethical issues in geography mean very different things across different contexts. I tend to think of them from an international …

After protesters gathered in at least 140 cities across the country in response to the murder of George Floyd on …

Lately, I’ve been reflecting on Michael Rozier’s post, Bad Data Always Leads to Bad Ethics, where he underscores the importance …

I’ve always been fascinated by the idea that a budget is a moral document. There is always genuine disagreement how to …