Digitally, via Zoom

Climate conversation: Communicating research for climate action

internal events | seminars, workshops |
A yellow flower in cracked soil. Photo.

SLU Global and the future platforms are organising a series of climate conversations. This time, we are inviting everyone interested in joining a seminar with focus on how research can be communicated.

Target group

Primarily SLU researchers and PhD students, however the lecture is in a popular level and everyone who are interested in this topic are more than welcome to join on Zoom.


A detailed programme will follow.


To be confirmed.


Dr. Paul Egan is a researcher at SLU and research officer advisor at SLU Global. His research focuses on food security, and in particular how to ensure more climate-resilient modes of pest and pollinator management for smallholder farmers. He has explored practical and policy solutions for adaptation in Nepal, as well as low-income countries generally, in collaboration with UNESCO, FAO, and CGIAR.

Registration for Zoom

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Time: 2023-04-27 09:00 - 10:30
City: Digitally, via Zoom
Organiser: SLU Future One Health, SLU Future Food, SLU Future Forests, SLU Urban Futures and SLU Global.
Last signup date: 20 April 2023
Price: Free
Additional info:



Background and initiators

The ongoing climate change is a complex societal challenge that requires interdisciplinary research. In 2021, SLU’s Future Platforms and SLU Globaltherefore started a series of climate conversation webinars with the background of the IPCC reports, with the aim to increase the scientific conversation about climate change across disciplines at SLU.

Climate conversations