An international awareness campaign to raise the profile of women in engineering and focus attention on the amazing career opportunities available to girls in this exciting industry
The outputs of this ‘How do we Engage Communities in Climate Action? – Practical Learnings from the Coal Face’ workshop have been co-developed by the climate action practitioner community and MaREI researchers. The proceedings draw from the knowledge and experiences of these practitioners, and they offer a set of recommendations and insights into leveraging different community engagement approaches and methodologies in the area of climate action.
The workshop was funded by the National Dialogue on Climate Action (NDCA). This report is complementary to the report of a later workshop, involving academics and researchers, entitled Innovative Methods of Community Engagement: Toward a Low Carbon, Climate Resilient Future which was developed by the Imagining2050 team in UCC and the Secretariat to the NDCA.
You can download the full report here: How do we Engage Communities in Climate Action
The European Marine Board Position paper No. 24 and flagship publication has been launched today at EurOCEAN