GCSE create spaces and opportunities for peer learning, collaboration, and exchange to share knowledge and advance collective work.
Conference and Events
GCSE hosts in-person and virtual events, including the GCSE Annual Conference, Member Meetings, and webinars. View all upcoming events.
GCSE Annual Conference
The GCSE Annual Conference (formerly the NCSE Annual Conference) convenes more than 600 leaders from science, education, government, policy, business, and civil society to
foster a dialogue across these sectors on environmental policy and decision-making with the use of science. This has been a hallmark event since 2000. Learn more.
GCSE hosts exclusive in-person and virtual events that convene scientists, thought leaders, and decision-makers. Learn more.
Essays provide a deeper look into topics trending across the environmental and scientific communities. Essays are authored by members of the GCSE community. Read the essays.
GCSE Global Advisory
The GCSE Global Advisory informs and enriches the leadership and work of the GCSE by providing current and forward-looking strategic input and engaging with the GCSE Board of Directors and GCSE executive management. The GCSE Global Advisory is comprised of representatives who contribute a diversity of geographical, disciplinary, sectoral, and leadership perspectives. Appointments to the GCSE Global Advisory will be made through a competitive process led by the GCSE Board of Directors for a term of two years and will serve at the pleasure of the GCSE Board of Directors.
GCSE Science Dialogues is a discussion series with leaders, experts, and practitioners focused on the role of science in society and in service to the environment. Watch the discussions.
The Connection is a monthly publication from GCSE to share news and updates about the interface between science, policy, and environmental decision-making. GCSE also regularly shares information on initiatives and resources of interest to the GCSE community as well as updates about the GCSE Annual Conference and other events. Sign up to receive GCSE email communications.
GCSE Members can receive exclusive Members-only communications, including GCSE Pathways, and join the Members-only email list that facilitates topical discussions, disseminate information, and exchange resources within the GCSE member community. Contact GCSE Membership for more information.