Virtual visit of art & science exhibition “Dear 2050: Oceans on the rise”
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Catalogs of “Dear 2050: Oceans on the rise” now ready
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Climanosco step by step
6 October 2021:
4 October 2021:
11 February 2021:
15 November to 14 December 2020:
Fifth General Assembly of Climanosco.
30 October 2020:
Our first exhibition “Dear 2050: Humans Respond to Climate Change” is fully funded thanks to a grant from Agora – Swiss National Science Foundation, and the support of Jubiläumsstiftung der Schweizerischen Mobiliar Genossenschaft and Migros-Kulturprozent.
24 October – 6 November 2020:
Our first exhibition “Dear 2050: Humans Respond to Climate Change” is on! Find details on the DEAR2050.ORG web site.
2 March 2020:
We’re launching the Student voices with our first four voices.
15 January 2020:
1 January 2020:
Our official journal Climanosco Research Articles and all articles are now DOI citable as https://doi.org/10.37207/CRA.
1 November 2019:
Article Overcoming the language barrier published in WISSENSCHAFTSKOMMUNIKATION.DE about Climanosco.
1 – 30 November 2019:
Fourth General Assembly of Climanosco.
25 – 26 October 2019:
Participation in expert and jury teams in the Climathon Zurich 2019.
19 June 2019:
Our official journal Climanosco Research Articles now has its ISSNs: 2673-1576 (Print), 2673-1568 (Online).
20 November – 19 December 2018:
Third General Assembly of Climanosco.
1 August 2018:
Our youth call for manuscripts is on! We are working with teachers and students from a school in Raigarh in India.
19 May 2018:
Workshop at the European Young Engineers Meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria: “The climate change challenge: How to be better prepared as an engineer”.
15 May 2018:
Our second call for manuscripts is on! We received 8 manuscripts from USA, EU and Asia to participate in this call for manuscript on the topic of Climate change and its impacts, with an emphasis on health.
1 April 2018:
Formation of Climanosco’s Multimedia Production workforce with the hire of a part-time employee.
13 January 2018:
Lecture at the Swiss International Engineering Association: “Climate and Engineering”.
1 – 31 December 2017:
Crowdfunding campaign Climate science for everyone on WEMAKEIT.
30 November 2017:
Blog by Climanosco “Building a Bridge over a Great Divide” in online magazine Ron Orp.
15 November – 14 December 2017:
Second General Assembly of Climanosco.
14 November 2017:
Launch of Climanosco’s new website.
3 – 4 June 2017:
Climanosco’s second exhibit in Chambery, France, as part of the Sun and Planets Festival organized by Paneureka, showing scientific experiments and posters explaining the greenhouse effect in simple words. Watch our video.
1 April 2017:
Formation of Climanosco’s Marketing & Communication Team with the hire of two part-time employees.
4 January 2017:
Workshop at the The Association for Science Education, UK: “New Resource for Climate Sciences” | Download Proceeding (PDF).
16 December 2016:
Launch of Climanosco’s online shop.
11 November 2016:
Workshop at the Science Teachers’ Association of Ontario: “First Steps into Bridging Climate Sciences with the General Public with the Climanosco Initiative”.
9, 10 November 2016:
Seminar and undergraduate lectures at the School of the Environment, University of Toronto: “Communicating Climate Sciences and Engaging the General Public in the Process – The Climanosco Initiative”.
1-31 October 2016:
First General Assembly of Climanosco.
25 October 2016:
Award Ceremony of Climanosco’s Launch Challenge and Announcement of the Winners. Official closing of the Launch Challenge.
22-23 September 2016:
Dialog session and booth at the ScienceComm’16 in Yverdon, Switzerland: “Making online interaction a Win-Win: Example with Climanosco.org – a new climate science communication platform”.
15 September 2016:
Talk at the European Meteorological Society’s Annual Meeting, Trieste, Italy: “Engaging Citizens in the Communication of Climate Sciences as an Educational Process”.
23 August 2016:
Talk at the Swiss Physical Society’s Annual Meeting, Lugano, Switzerland: “Climate physics for non-experts: The Climanosco project and its value in teaching science”.
17 July 2016:
Climanosco is proud to announce its first Published Article!
4 July 2016:
Climanosco is now a registered trademark in the USA (Trademark Registration Number: 4,957,854, Certificate). We can now use the mark Climanosco®.
27 June 2016:
Climanosco is now a registered trademark in the European Union (EU Trademark Number: 1251641). More details of the registration are available on the EU IPO web site.
12 June 2016:
Climanosco’s first exhibit in Bourget-du-lac, France, as part of the Sun and Climate Festival organized by Paneureka, with scientific experiments explaining the greenhouse effect in simple words. Watch our video.
23-28 April 2016:
Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the European Geosciences Union in Vienna: “Bringing Climate Sciences to the General Public With the Climanosco Initiative”.
11 April 2016:
Seminar at the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam, Germany: “Engaging citizens in the process of communicating climate sciences – the Climanosco initiative”.
8 December 2015:
Our first Newsletter is out – enjoy!
5 November 2015:
Start of our Launch Challenge (see Announcement) with 12 participating Manuscripts. Updated information is available on our Challenge Page.
15 October 2015:
More than $13,000 were raised during Climanosco’s Launch Crowdfunding campaign from 15 September to 15 October on Indiegogo at http://igg.me/at/climanosco2015. A big thank you to all those who contributed. The Crowdfunding campaign remained open (InDemand) for late contributions until 9 December 2015.
17 September 2015:
Climanosco’s Launch Event was held at The Garage of the Impact HUB Zurich.
14 August 2015:
The Climanosco association is now officially registered at the Commercial Registry Office of Zurich, Switzerland (see the SHAB Publication in German).
9 July 2015:
The not-for-profit Climanosco association is now founded! The statutes were adopted by the Constitutive Assembly and are available here in English (translation) and here in German (official).
25 June 2015:
The Constitutive Assembly is open for a period of 14 days from Thursday 25 June 00:00 UTC to Wednesday 8 July 23:59 UTC at the address http://www.climanosco.bourquiconsulting.ch/ca2015/.
16 April 2015:
EGU (European Geosciences Union) General Assembly 2015 in Austria: Presentation of the initiative at the Session “Communication and Education in Geoscience: Practice, Research and Reflection”.
24 March 2015:
Climate Online changes name and becomes Climanosco (see Announcement).
22 February 2015:
The new, definitive name Climanosco is a now registered trademark in Switzerland. An international request will follow. See details of Swiss registration application in wortschaft.ch (in German).
3 February 2015:
The first Manuscript was submitted today.
22 January 2015:
Seminar at the Johannes Gutenberg Universität, Mainz, Germany: “Making Climate Sciences Become Public Knowledge – A Bottom-up Approach”.
4 November 2014:
Formation of Climate Online’s Advisory Committee (see Announcement).
5 September 2014:
Submission of the registration application for the mark “Climate Online” in Switzerland and internationally (pending Swiss registration).
4 June 2014:
Seminar at Ouranos, Montreal, Canada (in French): “Une nouvelle plateforme internet pour la dissémination des sciences du climat vers le grand public et la collaboration citoyenne” (A new internet platform for the dissemination of climate sciences to the general public and the collaboration with citizens).
30 April 2014:
EGU (European Geosciences Union) General Assembly 2014 in Austria: Presentation of the journal in the Session “Citizen Empowered Science and Crowd Sourcing in Geosciences”.
Phase 0 accomplished: The proof-of-concept web site is now public. Scientists and non-scientists are called to get on board and participate in the development of the first climate articles for the general public. The name Climate Online is a temporary working name.
AGU (American Geophysical Union) Chapman Conference on Communicating Climate Science in Colorado: Presentation of the project by Prof. Michel Bourqui.