Annette Klinkert, Executive Director of EUSEA (European Science Engagement Association) and Eulàla Baulenas, Postdoctoral Researcher at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center and member of the AGORA team discussed about the importance of public engagement in times of transformation, and the ways to involve stakeholders and empower local communities.
Annette Klinkert is an internationally experienced networker, practitioner, facilitator and trainer in the fields of science communication, public engagement and knowledge-based urban and regional development.
Eulàlia Baulenas is specialized in participatory methodologies and knowledge co-production for climate services. She is engaged with the knowledge co-production processes and dissemination activities of many European funded projects, including AGORA.
The webinar was organised jointly by the AGORA project and CMCC Foresight Dialogues to delve into the role of collaboration, knowledge exchange and community engagement to boost the transformative change that is needed for a sustainable future. Annette Klinkert explored the critical role of researchers in addressing complex challenges within and outside academia and presented many different methodologies for public engagement. Eulàlia Baulenas, focused on the activities dedicated to citizens’ engagement developed in the framework of the AGORA project.
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