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“Bringing Together People Who Have Information & Those Who Want To Use It”

“The challenge of delivering a scientific message is often as great as the science itself,” says Tom Butcher from the UK Met Office. In this video scientists and policy makers explore how they can mitigate future humanitarian threats by making science more accessible and widely understood. The conversations focus on weather and climate information as an example, but the video is interesting to anyone who seeks to address challenges around community engagement, science communication, and measuring research impact. Emma Visman from Kings College London says:

There does not seem to be yet a sustained place where people can have this dialogue between the providers and users of (…) information.

Original post by Research To Action


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