Aug 23, 2022

ECSA 2022, 5-8 October, Berlin, Germany

The ECSA Conference 2022 will be held from October 5-8 in Berlin, Germany. This year researchers from all disciplines, scientists, practitioners, activists, funders, policymakers, non-governmental organizations, artists, and other interested citizens worldwide are invited to reflect, discuss, and network on the topic of Citizen Science for Planetary Health. The concept of planetary health is based on the understanding that human health and human civilization depend on thriving natural systems and the sustainable stewardship of those natural systems. This demands not only knowledge and commitment of health and environmental sciences, but inter- and transdisciplinary efforts from all research fields and societal and political actors. The CS Track team will host a half-day satellite symposium on 8 October. More information here.

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Final face to face partner meeting at the Dead Sea

Final face to face partner meeting at the Dead Sea

Mofet hosted a busy final face to face project meeting over the last 3 days at the Dead Sea. This meeting comes at a critical time in the life of the project when all of the scientific work comes together to inform policy recommendations. It was a really useful...

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