Results for Tag: Science communication

Webinar Series - 'The Long Hot Summer: Getting Ahead of the Heatwave' - 11-15th Dec 2023

Every morning from 11-15th December 2023, CMS & IMAS hosted a special online webinar series titled 'The Long Hot Summer: Getting Ahead of the Heatwave'. Please see original event page for the webinar series here: The Long Hot Summer: Getting Ahead of the Heatwave (CMS Events) Background: Australia's southeast is currently up to 4 degrees […]

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CMS Member Dr Chloe Lucas wins Tasmanian 2023 Young Tall Poppy of the Year

CMS would like to extend a huge congratulations to Dr Chloe Lucas on receiving the Tasmanian 2023 Young Tall Poppy of the Year! Dr Chloe Lucas, is a geographer (Lecturer and Research Fellow in the School of Geography, Planning, and Spatial Sciences, the School of Natural Sciences and the Centre for Marine Socioecology, at the […]

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Cards, cocktails in yurts and community chats help inspire climate action

Western Australian Marine Science Institution (WAMSI) shared a news article ‘Cards, cocktails in yurts and community chats help inspire climate action’ featuring our own Prof Gretta Pecl after her keynote presenting at the 12th International Conference & Workshop on Lobster (and Crab) Biology and Management (ICWL) in Western Australia last week (22-27th Oct 2023). Her […]

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'That's What I Call Science' Podcast Episode: CMS Showcase

The CMS episode for That's What I Call Science podcast (co-hosted by CMS member Olly Dove) is now available to listen. In this episode, hear from a number of CMS Showcase (11th August 2023) attendees about their experience of the day and key messages they took away.  Listen here: https://thatsscience.org/2023/10/08/episode-214-centre-for-marine-socioecology-showcase/

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CMS Showcase 2023: Connections and collaborations to ensure a thriving future ocean

The CMS held our annual showcase event in Hobart/Nipaluna on 11th August 2023, with over 160 people in attendance ranging from our members and students, to government representatives, industry representatives, researchers, and traditional owners and custodians. The day was structured around a series of stakeholder panels which allowed stakeholders to shape discussion and agendas, as […]

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Article on UTAS News “Award-winning Curious Climate Tasmania program”

This article features the Curious Climate Tasmania project and its recent awards. This article also features results from Emma Hamasaki’s 3rd year research project, supervised by CMS members Dr Rachel Kelly and Dr Aysha Fleming. Read article here

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Curious Climate Schools project highlighted in Teacher magazine

The Curious Climate Schools project, led by CMS member Chloe Lucas and Gabi Mocatta was highlighted in the article "Q&A: School students’ connecting with experts on climate change", in Teacher Magazine. Find more about the Curious Climate Schools project.

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Curious Climate finalist in the 2022 Green Gown Awards Australasia

Curious Climate program: student and community-led conversations with scientists on climate change, led by Gretta Pecl, Chloe Lucas and Gabi Mocatta and involving many CMS members, is a finalist in the 2022 Green Gown Awards Australasia!!

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Advocate for action to help fisheries adapt

CMS Director Prof Gretta Pecl was featured in FISH Magazine. Read article here

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Prof Gretta Pecl at The Lentil Intervention Podcast

In this podcast, they discuss :• Gretta’s passion for effective science communication and community engagement• Gretta’s involvement in various projects; Curious Climate, Future Seas and Redmap• The immense scope and scale of the latest IPCC sixth assessment report• The increased certainty of climate science findings• The key takeaways from the latest IPCC report• Relevant findings and adaptation limits […]

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