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​The UN Must Take Climate Change Education and Empowerment Seriously


I recently attended the UN climate change talks, COP 22, in Marrakech as a part of Climate Generation's delegation to work on the importance of education, training and capacity building. 
But why does it matter? In this highly technical negotiation space, why should Education be on the agenda of an international climate change conference?

Moving towards decarbonization presents a paradigmatic shift in our economy, society, and way of life. We need to ensure that we have the capacity for that change and that we do so in a just, equitable...

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Communicating Science to the Public: Introducing the NCAR Explorer Series from the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)


At the International Data Forum this year (held on September 14th, 2016, which was also part of the International Data Week), three different data stories were represented during the Data Stories Session, including one from ESIP’s Vice President, Christine White. From citizen science, science education, to humanitarianism, the speakers of these three different stories all showed that when presented in a way that is understandable and relatable to the general public’s day to day activities, people can establish more...

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2017 Meeting Theme Graphics



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ESIP Releases Fall 2017 Testbed Request for Proposals


The ESIP Products and Services Committee announces the October 2016 call for Testbed projects. Proposals may be submitted by any ESIP member, an individual within such an organization, or a team of such individuals. Civil servants are restricted from receiving ESIP funds. 

If you have any questions, please send questions to the Testbed Configuration Board at tcb@esipfed.org.

We're looking forward to some great projects from you all!
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