This month’s GeoPolicy blog post highlights some of EGU23’s exciting science for policy sessions that will be available to both on-site and virtual participants. These sessions will outline how scientists can more effectively contribute to policymaking processes, connect with decision-makers, and have a policy impact. While most scientists attend the EGU General Assembly to share and discuss scientific topics related to their research, the meeting is also a great opportunity to get outside of your comfort zone and explore different, but perhaps related, scientific disciplines and soft skills. Even if you’re just a bit curious about policy and how scientists can engage with it, it’s worth adding a few policy related sessions to your personal programme!
See the extensive list of policy related EGU23 Union Symposia, Great Debates, Short Courses, and Splinter Meetings here.