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GW4 ECR SYMPOSIUM – Climate Change: Solutions and how to Communicate them

GW4 ECR SYMPOSIUM – Climate Change: Solutions and how to Communicate them

Organised by GW4 early career researchers, this two-day event (22nd-23rd June) will address four broad themes: traditional natural resource management, energy technology towards net-zero, AI and climate change and communication to maximise research impact. The event will feature panel discussions and paper presentations as well as other, fun and more informal events.

The event is a free online symposium creating a space for ECRs to disseminate and discuss research ideas in a like-minded peer, low pressure setting. The symposium is multidisciplinary in nature, offering a great opportunity for ECRs to broaden insights into their research ideas. By bringing together climate change researchers across a range of disciplines and organisations, we hope to provide an opportunity to expand networks and forge potential collaborations.

Find out more about the symposium by on the website.

Please register to attend the event via Eventbrite

We’re looking for abstracts!

ECRs researching climate change are strongly encouraged to submit original abstracts that touch upon any of the following four themes below. Abstracts can be maximum 400 words not including references, and applicants can provide up to 6 key terms alongside their abstracts. The deadline for submissions is June 8th, and we will be informing you about abstract selection a week later on June 11th.

Abstracts will be accepted based on three themes:

  • Traditional natural resource management
  • Today’s effects of climate change and tomorrow’s solutions
  • Environmental Intelligence: data science for environmental research

All themes are interpreted broadly and both technical and non-technical contributions are appreciated. You can find submission guidelines, theme explanations, and useful resources by clicking here.

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