An in-person workshop for Early Career Researchers who develop data to evidence climate and environmental change.
Time: Workshop – 5th July 2023, 14:00-17:00 (GMT+1)
Location: Bentham House, UCL Bloomsbury campus
Register your interest: via Microsoft Forms
How climate and environmental data can be used as a communication tool: a workshop for ECRs
You are invited to take part in the UCL Climate Action Unit’s workshop for Early Career Researchers working with climate and environmental data.
Researchers who produce and analyse climate and other environmental data are tasked with an important challenge: to provide information that explains how human activities are altering the planet. The expectation to meet this challenge can feel huge. And yet, for early career researchers in particular, little training is provided to help navigate it.
At this workshop in London on 5 July 2023, the UCL Climate Action Unit will explore the role of data experts in the communication of climate and environmental change through a case study developing new metrics to communicate what is happening with climate change right now.
As part of the workshop we will explore:
- the purpose of metrics in climate and environmental communication
- the range of professionals involved the production of climate and environmental information (scientists, communicators and designers)
- the changes needed to build better metrics in the future
Join us to discover the challenges of effectively using scientific data in communication, and opportunities for making them better through your research.
This in-person event takes place on 5th July 2023, 14:00-17:00 (GMT+1) at the following address:
4-8 Endsleigh Gardens
Due to the capacity of the room and the type of interactive workshop we like to run, there are a limited number of spaces for this workshop.
If you would like to participate, please follow the link to register your interest. We will send an email to confirm your place in this workshop as soon as we are able to do so.
This workshop will be followed by a drinks reception to introduce the new climate metrics to a wider audience across UCL and beyond. We’d like to invite you to this drink reception after the workshop ends (17:00 onwards).
The event will be held in Bentham House: a building on the Bloomsbury Campus of University College London. If you have any accessibility requirements or concerns about your ability to participate in this event please tell us and we will endeavour to help.
Find out more about the UCL Climate Action Unit and our work creating new climate metrics by visiting our website.
To contact the event Project Manager (Freya Roberts) send an email to email@example.com