The Public Policy team at the American Astronomical Society wants to empower the membership to advocate for their own science. Here we will include information, or links to information, that may be helpful on your advocacy journey1. Refer to the Policy Resources page for information about the role of the federal government in the astronomical sciences, specific relevant policies, and more.
Whether you want to be convinced or you're looking for some information to help convince your peers, this page is meant to provide some explanation about why we think you should advocate for your science.
This page will provide you with a step-by-step guide about to advocate for your science.
This page includes 3 versions of the current congressional leave-behinds. An archive of past versions can be found here.
1This page is a work in progress. If there is some information that you would like to see included here, then please email those suggestions to the Public Policy staff.