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    MISSION: We convene a diverse global community of innovators, thinkers, and practitioners; create and curate geographical knowledge, learning, and exploration; and advance geographic science and technologies to address society’s challenges and opportunities.

  • American Geographical Society

    VISION: To be the foremost champion of geography for the benefit of society.

    MISSION: We convene a diverse global community of innovators, thinkers, and practitioners; create and curate geographical knowledge, learning, and exploration; and advance geographic science and technologies to address society’s challenges and opportunities.

  • American Geographical Society

    VISION: To be the foremost champion of geography for the benefit of society.

    MISSION: We convene a diverse global community of innovators, thinkers, and practitioners; create and curate geographical knowledge, learning, and exploration; and advance geographic science and technologies to address society’s challenges and opportunities.

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    on May. 12, 2022

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