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ESAI Online Communications - Summer Webinar Series 2020

Lunchtime Webinar Series: Resilience : Engineers Without Borders & TU Dublin supported by ESAI

Every Wednesday begining 3rd June 13:30pm – Duration 15-20mins

“Resilient Cities and Communities” and how we can rethink and create these post COVID19, with speakers from around the globe.

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Webinar: ESAI/EPA Grassroots Award Scheme – Supporting Citizens Engagement Initiatives in Ireland #1                                                               

Thursday 11th June – 14:00-15:00pm

Moderator: Dorothy Stewart, ESAI Council & EPA

‘Developing a dance-based workshop in Science Communication’ – Aoife Long

‘OpenLitterMap: Open Data on Plastic Pollution with Blockchain Rewards (Littercoin)’ – Sean Lynch

ESAI  ‘Nature is Art’ Competition

Launched by Dr John Gallagher, ESAI Communication Officer & Trinity College Dublin

 


 

 

Webinar: Environ 2020 Team: DCU Water Institute & ESAI –  Post Lockdown Path for Climate and Biodiversity

Thursday 18th June – 11:00am

Moderator: Dr Anne Morrissey, ESAI Council & DCU Water Institute

‘Irish Agriculture: Beyond Greenwashing And Towards A Green New Deal With Nature’ – John Gibbons

‘Why During This Health Crisis The Biodiversity Crisis Matters Even More’ – Dr Peter Stuart

Closing Remarks, Dr James Carton DCU Water Institute

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Webinar Workshop: Co-creating Sustainable Change in Ireland with Dr Doug McKenzie-Mohr – AquaTT, NUI Galway & supported by ESAI

24th, 25th, 29th & 30th June 13:30-16:30pm

With Discounted Prices available for ESAI Members

Harnessing the power of sustainable healthy behavioural change to help strenghten and re-build our communities

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Webinar: ESAI/EPA Grassroots Award Scheme – Supporting Citizens Engagement Initiatives in Ireland #2

Thursday 25th June – 11:00-12:00pm

Moderator: Dr Frances Lucy, ESAI Council & IT Sligo

‘Safeguarding private water supplies from contamination through public engagement’ – Jean O’Dwyer

‘The use of citizen science in ladybird recording’ – Gill Weyman

ESAI ‘Environmental Taskmaster Challenge’ Competition

Promoted by Dr John Gallagher, ESAI Communication Officer


 

Webinar: ESAI Postgraduate Researcher of the Year: What it takes to excel in research

Thursday 16th  July – 11:00-12:00pm

Moderator: Liam McCarton, ESAI & TU Dublin

‘Novel methods of monitoring Atlantic salmon using environmental DNA’ – Molly Williams

‘Electricity use on Irish dairy farms-A national approach to improving efficiency using artifical intelligence’ – Philip Shine

ESAI ‘Environmental Taskmaster Challenge’  & ESAI ‘Nature is Art’ Competition

Reminders from Dr John Gallagher, ESAI Communication Officer

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ESAI Virtual Environmental Quiz

Thursday 16th July, 19:00-20:30

This is a relaxed, family-friendly gathering where your can participate on your own, your household/family and friends. All you need is a laptop/tablet, pen and paper, and a camera phone. Answers will be uploaded by emailing a photo of your answers on the night to communications@esaiweb.org (it couldn't be simpler).

Host & MC: Niamh Power, ESAI & Institute of Technology Cork.


 

Webinar: Overcoming Adversity in your Research: Lessons for dealing with COVID-19

Thursday 23rd July, 11:00-12:00                                                                Download Flyer

‘Looking back the effect of Foot & Mouth on my PhD’ – Prof Enda Hayes, UWE Bristol

 

‘Managing Productivity during COVID’ – Carol O’Sullivan, Environmental Protection Agency

‘KelpRes: Working with citizen scientists to better understand marine habitats, escpecially kelp forests in Ireland’ – Dr Kathryn Schoenrock, NUIGalway

 

ESAI ‘Environmental Taskmaster Challenge’  & ESAI ‘Nature is Art’ Competition

Reminders from Dr John Gallagher, ESAI Communication Officer

 


 

Upcoming ESAI Autumn Webinars

 

  • ESAI/EPA Grassroots Award Scheme – Supporting Citizens Engagement Initiatives in Ireland #3

 

The ESAI Summer Webinar Series of events are funded by the EU Development Education and Awareness Raising (DEAR) programme (EuropeAid/151103/DH/ACT/Multi) and the Build Solid Ground Campaign, which aims to inform and actively engage EU citizens in actions towards achieving Sustainable Development Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities.

 

 

 

 

 



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