Climate Cafe - Attendee Dashboard

Thank you for joining us for Glasgow Science Centre’s first Climate Café event.

This dashboard was created to help you find resources and articles mentioned throughout the event, as well as find out what the latest updates are regarding Glasgow Science Centre events and COP26.

This project is in collaboration with the Inspiring Science Fund, a partnership between UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and Wellcome.


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Regular updates on what is on at Glasgow Science Centre that you can get involved in:

Dr. Ameena Camps Presentation: Small Islands Webinar

This is a recording from the Living with Climate Change: Small Islands webinar. The full event is available on the Our World, Our Impact Hub.

Intro to Living with Climate Change: Small Islands Webinar

This is a recording from the Living with Climate Change: Small Islands webinar. The full event is available on the Our World, Our Impact Hub.

Our climate is changing, impacting on the lives and livelihoods of people across the planet. But who is being affected and why? Life on small island developing states (SIDS) such as Seychelles, São Tomé and Príncipe, and Mauritius is changing, despite these communities contributing little to the causes of climate change.

Eileen Linklater Presentation: Small Islands Webinar

This is a recording from the Living with Climate Change: Small Islands webinar. The full event is available on the Our World, Our Impact Hub.

Janine Felson Presentation: Small Islands Webinar

This is a recording from the Living with Climate Change: Small Islands webinar. The full event is available on the Our World, Our Impact Hub.

Marcel Jaspers Presentation: Small Islands Webinar

This is a recording from the Living with Climate Change: Small Islands webinar. The full event is available on the Our World, Our Impact Hub.

Marcel Jaspars is a professor at Aberdeen University within The School of Natural and Computing Sciences. He has had frequent contact with people operating at all stages in the in development of climate change solutions. Since 2014 he has been involved in the UN ocean treaty processes.

How Did We Get Here? - Wonderbag

In this series, we celebrate the actions people around the world are taking to tackle climate change, and explore the injustices created by the world’s changing climate.

How Did We Get Here? - Vanua-Levu

In this series, we celebrate the actions people around the world are taking to tackle climate change, and explore the injustices created by the world’s changing climate.

How Did We Get Here? - School Strike

In this series, we celebrate the actions people around the world are taking to tackle climate change, and explore the injustices created by the world’s changing climate.

How Did We Get Here? - Donside Hydro

In this series, we celebrate the actions people around the world are taking to tackle climate change, and explore the injustices created by the world’s changing climate.

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