10 July 2023
In a second CSaP reading group session, an open conversation was held by academics and students from across the university, and Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger (Leverhulme Trust Visiting Chair in Sustainable Development Law and Policy, University of Cambridge) provided opening remarks on the diplomacy chapters of Simon Sharpe’s book, Five Times Faster, Rethinking the Science, Economics, and Diplomacy of Climate Change.
27 April 2021
As part of the CSaP Policy Fellows’ seminar series on citizen science, Professor Alan Irwin (Department of Organization at Copenhagen Business School) discussed citizen science and how it fits into scientific evidence and advice feeding into public policy.
29 May 2020
As part of our 2020 Virtual Annual Conference, we asked: how does citizen science help us think about science not merely as a matter of applying expert knowledge within policy, but rather as a different set of ways of developing understanding and mobilizing science through broader processes of engagement and inquiry?
15 April 2020
In the opening session of CSaP's Spring 2020 Virtual Citizen Science Conference, Professor Alan Irwin, Professor Muki Haklay and Professor Jennifer Gabrys explore the question "what are citizen sciences?"
7 April 2020
During the lightning round of CSaP's Spring 2020 Virtual Citizen Science Conference, six individuals working in different aspects of citizen science shared their stories and offered their perspective on what it means to engage in citizen science.
3 October 2019
Professor Vogel gave the keynote address at the first event in CSaP’s new citizen science initiative.