Yara Schaeffer-Novelli

Networking Friday with Yara Schaeffer-Novelli

On July 28, 2023, 1:00 - 3:00 PM UTC, the Networking Fridays will commemorate the International Day for the Conservation of the Mangrove Ecosystem (26 July) with a lecture entitled MANGROVE-HUMAN CONNECTIVITY: BEYOND MOLECULAR by Yara Schaeffer-Novelli (IOUSP). The moderator will be Renato de Almeida (UFRB). The presentation will be done in Portuguese with remote simultaneous translation to English.
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Networking Friday with SENACYT – GUATEMALA

On June 23, 2023, 1:00 - 2:00 PM UTC, we will have a very special programme to commemorate Guatemala's membership to the AIR Centre. The National Secretary of Science and Technology, Ana Chan Orantes, will introduce us to the latest policiers and achievements in science, technology and innovation in Guatemala, including the Heroines in Science Programme, which will be showcased by Karla Evelyn Paz Cardón and Carmen Lucia Barrios Guzmán.
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Marine Biodiversity Networking Friday on Marine Coastal Biodiversity Long-term Observations

On June 16th, 2023, 1-2:00 PM UTC we will have a special session dedicated to the EU project MARCO-BOLO (MBO). Nicolas Pade (EMBRC), project coordinator, will present this initiative which aims to structure and strengthen European coastal and marine biodiversity observation capabilities, linking them to global efforts to understand and restore ocean health, hence ensuring that outputs respond to explicit stakeholder needs from policy, planning and industry. To this end, MBO will establish and engage with a Community of Practice (CoP) to determine end-user needs to optimize marine data flows, and knowledge uptake, and improve governance based on biodiversity observations.
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Networking Friday with LabPlas Project

On May 26, 2023, 1-3 PM UTC, we will have the Networking Friday LabPlas Project High-Level Dialogue on Plastic Governance, which will bring together the plastic industry, scientific community, intergovernmental organizations and civil society, in order to discuss what the different actors in Europe (industry, society, policy) are achieving to address the highly complex and multi-faceted problem of plastic pollution, and to present the ambitious research from LabPlas project, in terms of key issues related to plastics in ecosystems, such as sources, biodegradability, ecotoxicology and environmental assessment.
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Networking Friday with SANEPAR

On May 19th, 2023, 1-2 PM UTC, Ronald Gervasoni and Walkyria Novais, from SANEPAR, will guide us through a live tour at the Planet Water Museum in Tarumã, Curitiba, Brazil. The Museum is an important space for education and awareness about the importance of water and sanitation and it has several interactive exhibits that address topics such as the water cycle, the importance of sewage treatment and the preservation of rivers and oceans.
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Marine Biodiversity Networking Friday with MAELSTROM

On February 10th, 2023, 1-3 PM UTC we will have the Marine Biodiversity Networking Friday with MAELSTROM, which will be dedicated to marine litter and biodiversity, focusing on current scenarios and future challenges.
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Networking Friday with CloudEARTHi

On February, 2023, 1-2 PM UTC, Tamer Abu-Alam (Department of Arctic Marine Biology, The Arctic University of Norway - UiT ) will talk about CloudEARTHi: Building innovation capacity for the use of Big Data in Environmental Sciences, Sustainability, Circular Economy and diversity in society.

Networking Friday with Josep Pelegrí

On January 27th, 2023, 1-2 PM UTC, Josep Pelegrí (Institut de Ciències del Mar, CSIC) will talk about Beyond global change: turning threat into opportunity. https://aircent.re/netfriday-josep-pelegri

Networking Friday with David Ikpaya

On January 20th, 2023, 1-2 PM UTC, David Ikpaya (Nigerian National Space Research and Development Agency - NASRDA) will present his work for the development of a Spatial Heterodyne Atmospheric Carbon-Dioxide Spectrometer (SHACS) for Global Atmospheric Carbon-Dioxide Monitoring.