The YESS Online Events Working Group (WG) develops webinars on different Earth system science topics.
YESS also organizes webinar series with several partners, such as the WMO, ECR NoN and IPCC.
Science webinars – Climate Change edition
With the success of the first edition of the Science Webinar and the interests shown by the YESS community, the team comprising members from the Online Events and Science Working Groups launches the second edition of the Science Webinar series. This series will be focused on Climate Change topics.
The goal of the webinar series is to keep the community well informed with the latest research and broaden their knowledge in areas of the Earth sciences. The online activities have been helpful in the professional development of early-career researchers and keep them motivated during these uncertain times.
More information here.
Exploring the role of citizen science in weather, climate, and related projects – Webinar series
YESS and the World Weather Research Programme (WWRP) are delighted to announce the first edition of the Citizen Science Webinar series between September and November 2020.
The webinars aim to enable further discussion on this topic and bring together scientists, stakeholders and the fresh vision of Early Career Researchers (ECRs) under the same umbrella to foster the understanding of resilience to high impact weather, worldwide, through improving forecasts for different timescales and enhance their communication and utility in social, economic and environmental applications.
More information here.
South American webinars
In 2020, the YESS Community, lead by the South American representatives and members from the region, are organizing a webinar series on Career opportunities and experiences in Climate and Weather research for South American scientists. You can find the first webinar edition here.
And since 2018 YESS, in partnership with the Pan-African University, Institute of Water and Energy Sciences (PAUWES), has organized a webinar series on “Sustainable Development in Africa: The role of science and social engagement in shaping the future of the continent”. You can find more information about the current and past editions here.
You can check all the upcoming YESS events in this link.