Feb 23, 2022

CS Track study investigates the potential of citizen science to respond to emerging challenges

The CS Track team of researchers led by Dr. Anne Turbe (Ecoscope) and have recently published a study that investigates the potential of citizen science to respond to emerging challenges. This report includes an analysis of Covid-19 citizen science projects using a two-phase research approach namely a website content analysis and detailed case studies of seven citizen science initiatives. This report also includes recommendations for addressing future emerging challenges through citizen science.​​ Read the full report here.

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