Climate Justice and Open Research Panel
This year’s Open Access Week theme is Open for Climate Justice. This focus “seeks to encourage connection and collaboration among the climate movement and the international open community. Sharing knowledge is a human right, and tackling the climate crisis requires the rapid exchange of knowledge across geographic, economic, and disciplinary boundaries” (SPARC). The Climate Justice and Open Research Panel, as part of the UBC Open Scholarship in Practice event, invites speakers to discuss their open research activities related to climate justice on topics including but not limited to 1) openness as a way to address inequities and the impacts of climate change; 2) the challenges of open research within the field of climate justice; and 3) methods and modalities for sharing open research on climate justice.
Mathew Vis-Dunbar, Data and Digital Scholarship Librarian, UBC Okanagan Library
- Dr. Monica Granados, Open Climate Campaign Manager, Creative Commons
- Dr. Gracielle Higino, Postdoctoral Fellow, UBC
- Dr. Tara Ivanochko, Associate Professor, UBC; Academic Director, UBC Sustainability Initiative
- Dr. Tongli Wang, Associate Professor, UBC
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- Friday, November 4, 2022
- 11:00am - 12:00pm
- Mathew Vis-Dunbar