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Let’s celebrate the World Health Day (https://www.who.int/campaigns/world-health-day) on April 7th, 13:30-14:30 (CET) with the webinar by Kim Grützmacher, Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, introducing the #ECSA2022 conference from an holistic perspective. What is Planetary Health? And why we need diverse Citizen Science perspectives and stakeholders to support it? This webinar will introduce the holistic concept of Planetary...

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Unlocking the Potential of Citizen Science Collaborations — LIBER-ECSA-Leiden University Citizen Science Webinar This webinar is designed to discuss different approaches to citizen science by LIBER and ECSA Citizen Science Working Groups together with Leiden University, with the purpose of discovering synergies and potential opportunities for collaboration. During the webinar, speakers will cover: achievements in advancing...

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New upcoming webinar on the 22nd of February 2022 at 3:00 PM CET This interesting webinar will shed some light on the challenges and possible solutions of data protection of vulnerable groups.  In the first part, the webinar will focus on the guidelines and desirable practices when working with vulnerable groups to assure their rights are protected....

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...

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The LandSense project, which recently ended, was hugely successful, with a number of useful lessons and outcomes. On 3 February, 14:00-15:30 (CET), the team behind the project will be sharing some of their experiences and findings at an ECSA/EU-Citizen.Science webinar. Speakers include: Inian Moorthy: An overview of LandSense Ana-Maria Olteanu-Raimond: Integrating crowdsourced data with authoritative...

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