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ECSA’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) for 2020 took place on 27 November 2020. It was held as an online event. At this meeting for 2020, our members elected a new executive board, with Dr. Susanne Hecker appointed the new ECSA chair, and Enrico M. Balli appointed as vice-chair. Profressor Johannes Vogel was elected as our...

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ECSA was proud to be an associate partner of EU Green Week 2021 , which was held online and in Lahti, Finland in May and June. Our chair, Susanne Hecker, gave a keynote address at the opening event, and citizen science was a prominent theme throughout the event. Many of the session videos are available...

ECSA & EU-Citizen.Science webinar: Introducing new citizen science projects launching in 2021. Our webinar on the 26th May 2021 (14.00-15.30 CEST) will highlight new citizen science projects starting in 2021, with short talks from three early career researchers: – Famke Mölenberg (she/her/hers) (Erasmus MC, Netherlands) is an epidemiologist working on SEEDS, which aims to engage...

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Our next webinar, being held on 30 March 2021 (14:00-15:30 CEST), focuses on the WeObserve project. WeObserve tackles three key challenges that citizens observatories face: (1) awareness, (2) acceptability and (3) sustainability. Its overall mission is to create a sustainable ecosystem of citizen observatories that can systematically address these identified challenges and help move citizen...

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On 2 March 2021 (11:00-12:00 CET), Jaqui Goldin, from the Centre for UNESCO Groundwater, will present the latest findings from a groundwater-monitoring citizen science project based in the Hout Catchment, Limpopo Province – one of the poorest provinces in South Africa. In this project, citizen scientists capture data on groundwater levels and rainfall, putting it...