The ClairCity annual conference took place in Szentendre, Hungary on 24th May 2017. We were fantastically hosted by our consortium partners REC (Regional Environment Center) with attendees including a range of project staff, external advisory board members, ClairCity associates and interested representatives from further organisations.
The event was an opportunity to hear the experiences of experts from across the themes of interest of the ClairCity project. This year, there was a focus on work relating to innovative methods of communicating science, engaging the public and explaining air pollution and climate change. On this page you will find:
Our next annual conference will be in Norway in Spring 2018.
ClairCity annual conference Wednesday 24th May 2017
Air quality, carbon management and public health challenges in European cities – Dorota Jarosinska, WHO Europe.
1. Dorota Jarosinska PDF
Climate change, health and communication – Anna Paldy, Former Deputy Head of the Hungarian Environment and Health Research National Institute
2. Anna Paldy PDF
An introduction to ClairCity – Enda Hayes, ClairCity Technical Director, UWE Bristol
3. Enda Hayes PDF
Experiences of public involvement in sustainable urban mobility planning – Andras Ekes, Mobilissimus Kft., Hungary
4. Ekes Andras PDF
Citizens and their role in air quality and climate: the ClairCity approach – Tim Chatterton, ClairCity, UWE Bristol
5. Tim Chatterton PDF
Changing behaviour in the energy sector – Sea Rotmann, Director, Sustainable Energy Advice Ltd
6. Sea Rotmann PDF
The inclusion of citizens into ClairCity data analysis: Amsterdam case study – Trond Husby, ClairCity, PBL
7. Trond Husby PDF
Citizen and stakeholder engagement in the CEE region – Sandor Nagy, Vice Mayor for Urban Development of the CIVITAS programme
8. Nagy Sandor powerpoint
How to engage the public in science: experience of a science communication centre – Chris Dunford, At-Bristol Science Centre
9. Chris Dunford PDF
Multiple mechanisms of engagement for air quality, carbon and health: the ClairCity approach – Eva Csobod, ClairCity, REC
10. Eva Csobod PDF
Using immersive gaming and apps to influence citizens: Introducing the ClairCity game and app – Mirjam Fredriksen, ClairCity, NILU and Andy King, ClairCity, UWE Bristol
11. Andy King and Mirjam Fredriksen PDF
Global perspectives on air quality – Roseanne Diab, Academy of Science for South Africa
Synergies with the European Mobility Week Campaign – Jerome Simpson, REC
12. Jerome Simpson
Future scanning: air quality, climate change and health in 2050 and beyond – James Longhurst, UWE Bristol
13. Jim Longhurst
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