How to get more ECRs to play a role in the IPCC process? – A survey

Always wanted to be part of the IPCC process? – Answer this survey!

If you are an early career scientist (students and researchers up to 5 years after their latest degree) let your voice be heard to get more young researchers involved in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in the future. This survey aims to gain improved understanding on how early career scientists (ECS) can play a role in the IPCC.

The objectives of this research are aligned with the vision of the Young Earth System Scientists (YESS) community, to unify early career researchers in an influential network and communication platform to promote local and global exchange across multiple disciplines related to Earth system science.

Your contribution is greatly needed and will be very much appreciated! It will take you around 10 minutes or less to complete the entire form. We guarantee you that all answers will be kept strictly confidential, and survey results will be used for research purposes only.

Thank you very much in advance!

Members from the YESS community: Jo-Ting Huang-Lachmann, Rafaela Flach, Carla N. Gulizia, Pablo Borges de Amorim, Mohammad Rahimi, Gaby Langendijk, Cicilia Githaiga

About YESS community

The YOUNG EARTH SYSTEM SCIENTISTS community is a communication platform among young researchers from Earth system research institutes across the globe. It is a self-maintained superstructure that aims to enhance communication between different graduate schools and between the multitude of diverse research institutes that define the global Earth system science landscape.

Why join YESS community? 

To network, interact and communicate with fellow students, researchers and colleagues.

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