From March-September 2021, a pilot series of "OpenClimate" calls was convened to understand the relationship of the open movement to the climate crisis. Each call was facilitated by one of the conveners and started with 1-2 quick talks meant to prompt additional conversation. We're currently on Season 2 (2022).
How to participate[edit | edit source]
If you are interested in facilitating a call, giving a short talk under one of the topics below, or would like to propose a future topic for these calls, please use the talk page. A link to join each call will be available several days prior and posted on this page. You can also see the call notes here.
Season 2 calls[edit | edit source]
Call #07: Frontline organizers and the knowledge commons[edit | edit source]
Call #08: How libraries can help mobilize open knowledge on climate[edit | edit source]
Call #08: How libraries can help mobilize open knowledge on climate
- Presenter: Iryna Kuchma, Open Access Programme Manager, EIFL (Electronic Information For Libraries)
- Facilitator: Evelin Heidel.
Call #09: Examining the potential for open in climate communication: lessons from the Wikimedia Movement[edit | edit source]
Call #10: Approaching the Intersection of Environmental Justice Data and Digital Rights: An Opportunity for Open Climate Collaboration?[edit | edit source]
Presenter: Jean-Noé Landry
Call #11: What can we learn about open data from the Environmental Participatory Monitoring of the Santa Lucía River in Uruguay?[edit | edit source]
Call #12: Can digital infrastructures be a critical response to the fight against climate change?[edit | edit source]
Call #13: Presenting the Open Climate Campaign to make climate change research open access[edit | edit source]
- Presenter: Mónica Granados (Open Climate Campaign)
- Date: September 28th, 2022
- Description: Mónica Granados from Open Climate Campaign discussed integrating traditionally underrepresented areas into open scholarship.
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