New paper: Citizen science in China’s water resources monitoring: current status and future prospects

There is something special in the first peer-review publication. It's a milestone and an important stage in the development of the researcher that is leading on it. For PhD students, it is an important stage - instead of a consumer of academic publications, you're becoming a producer of scientific knowledge. This new publication "Citizen science … Continue reading New paper: Citizen science in China’s water resources monitoring: current status and future prospects

Citizen Science & SDG, Berlin 14-15 Oct – a hybrid conference

The Citizen Science and Sustainable Development Goals (or in its full name "Knowledge for Change: A decade of Citizen Science (2020-2030) in support of the SDGs" was held on 14 and 15 October 2020 as a hybrid conference in Berlin and online, using the Hopin platform. I attended the conference in person, as I was … Continue reading Citizen Science & SDG, Berlin 14-15 Oct – a hybrid conference

Published: Citizen science and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Back in October 2018, I reported on the workshop at the International Institute for Advanced Systems Analysis (IIASA) about non-traditional data approaches and the Sustainable Development Goals. The outcome of this workshop has now been published in Nature Sustainability. The writing process was coordinated by Dr Linda See of IIASA, and with a distributed process that included … Continue reading Published: Citizen science and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Non-traditional data approaches and the Sustainable Development Goals workshop

The workshop took place in IIASA, which is located in Laxenburg in Austria. The workshop was hosted by the earth observation and citizen science group at IASSA. The workshop focus on the interface between citizen science, earth observation, and traditional data collection methods in the context of monitoring and contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals … Continue reading Non-traditional data approaches and the Sustainable Development Goals workshop

Co-designing the Citizen Science Global Partnership

The workshop on the Citizen Science Global Partnership (CSGP) - the workshop included people from US, Brazil, Equador, Australia, UK, France, Switzerland, Germany, and Austria, as well as UNESCO. A range of interests in terms of citizen science activities - from health to ecological observations. Martin Brocklehurst summarised where we are - in the UNEA3: there … Continue reading Co-designing the Citizen Science Global Partnership