ICOS Cities Talks

ICOS Cities Talks

WHAT? ICOS Cities Talks is a series of 30 minutes online presentations and discussions around topics related to greenhouse gas measurement and climate change in urban landscapes.

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WHO? Experts representing various fields will present a current topic, which will be followed by a Q&A session and a discussion. 

WHY? The aim of ICOS Cities Talks is to share knowledge within the ICOS Cities project but also invite students and other professionals to learn about current climate change related topics.

WHERE? You are welcome to join, just sign up by registering below to the session of your choice. More information on each session and presenters can be found below.

WHEN? The talks will take place on Wednesdays, starting 3rd of November 2021.

HOW? Check the agenda for more information and register below. The registration link is personal, so please sign up using your own name for each ICOS Cities Talk. 

There will be plenty of interesting topics in November and December - all of the topics and speakers will be launched very soon. These are the confirmed topics and speakers at the moment: 

8 December 2021 at 3 pm CET
Seeing the tree for the forest: New ways to use eddy covariance to map landscape fluxes
Speaker: Ankur Desai, University of Wisconsin-Madison

15 December 2021  at 9 am CET
Surveying attitudes towards climate change and energy preferences among citizens
Rory Fitzgerald, ESS ERIC
Diana Zavala-Rojas, ESS ERIC

19 January 2022 at 9 am CET
How to organise productive online and hybrid meetings
Jonas Rajanto, Grape People