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  1. ECR NoN Meeting – London

    Early career researcher networks meet in London In January 2018 representatives from 17 international networks of early career researchers met in London to discuss new collaborations and the challenges facing professionals beginning careers in sustainability. The workshop, convened by Future Earth, brought together a range of networks and among them...
  2. Call for applications

    “Water Cycle in a 1.5°C warmer world: interdisciplinary approaches” – Joint Early Career Researcher Workshop YESS-APECS-YHS, supported by WCRP and AGU & ‘under the auspices of the WCRP Climate Science Week‘December 7, 2019 @ AGU Fall Meeting, Afternoon (Tentative time: 1-5 PM) APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 22 November. The joint...
  3. International participation

    One of YESS main aims is to stimulate career development and to increase the opportunities for early career scientists on national, regional and international levels. One way to actively engage early career researchers and to ensure a common voice is coming across in the community to help shape the future...
  4. YESS-YHS-APECS-AGU-WCRP Joint Early Career Researcher workshop

    ”Water Cycle in a 1.5°C warmer world: interdisciplinary approaches” AGU Fall Meeting 2019 –  December 7, 2019 Afternoon (Tentative timeslot: 1-5 PM) Co-organised by: YESS-APECS-YHSSupported by: WCRP & AGU* & under the auspices of the WCRP Climate Science Week The joint early career researchers (ECR) workshop “Water Cycle in a...
  5. YESS-PAUWES third webinar

    The YESS Community, the Pan-Africann University, Institute of Water and Energy Sciences (PAUWES), with the contribution of Future Earth’s Food-Water-Energy Nexus Knowledge-Action-Network (Nexus KAN) and the United Nations University (UNU), are pleased to announce the first edition of the webinar series on the Sustainable Development in Africa: the role of...
  6. TERMS OF REFERENCE

    YESS Terms of Reference These Terms of Reference are intended to describe the principles, structure, and organization of the Young Earth System Scientists community (YESS). The Terms of Reference can be modified to respond to changing needs of an evolving YESS. This version of the Terms of Reference has been...
  7. HISTORY

    Where we come from YESS was founded in Hamburg in October 2010 by PhD students from Earth system research centers across Germany. The network was established to be a bottom up network serving to enhance communication and collaborations between different graduate schools and between the multitude of diverse research institutes...
  8. YESS @ climate symposium

    The climate symposium in Darmstadt was the attempt to map the ongoing research activities within WCRP on the projection of future space-based research. The double-logo “Climate Research and Earth Observations from Space” and “Climate information for decision making” captures both ideas of the workshop: to shape the future of space...
  9. YESS @ Montreal WWOSC

    The World Weather Open Science Conference in Montreal (website) brought together scientists from around the world to discuss the future development of the World Weather Research Program and related disciplines. One key activity, besides a multitude of parallel and plenary sessions, was the the program for all early career scientists. Organized...

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