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Welcome to the September 2015 Future Earth newsletter.

Future Earth pop-up webinars

A free series of communications webinars designed to give researchers the tools to engage with a wider audience

We're delighted to announce a new series of webinars to cover topics such as working with the media and engaging with policy makers. Using practical examples and tailored feedback, the webinars will cover making the most of Twitter, turning a research paper into a blog, writing for newspapers and using visualisation techniques to turn your data into beautiful infographics and informative maps. 

Webinars are open to all and aimed at scientists and communicators working on environmental and global change research. Space is limited to registrants - sign up now.

News and opinion

Tavurvur Volcano, Rabaul, Papua New Guinea. (Photo: Jonathan E. Shaw via Flickr)
Man-made warming halts long-term ocean cooling trend.
'Voices of the People' at COP15 in 2009 - are they being heard yet? Photo: Troels Dejgaard Hansen via Flickr
Ahead of COP21, can bottom-up climate action save the day? Read more...
Map of Life App
New phone app maps the plants and animals around you. Read more...
Future Earth around the World
Future Earth around the World
Future Earth is a growing international network with activities worldwide.
Find out what's going on near to you...


SOLAS Open Science Conference 2015

September 7th - 11th, Kiel, Germany
A gathering of the oceanographic and atmospheric research communities

Future Earth: Applying complex systems thinking to implementing the SDGs

September 23rd/24th, New York, USA
Part of the SDSN Sustainable Development Conference

Mountains of our Future Earth

October 4th - 8th, Perth, Scotland
An international conference to foster research collaboration, interaction and action on global change in mountain regions

2nd Annual Meeting of the Innovation for Cool Earth Forum

October 7th - 8th, Tokyo, Japan
Organized by Ministries of the Government of Japan
See our website for all events

The Science and Technology Alliance for Sustainability

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