This webinar originally aired on 28 January 20201.
Moderator/panelists: Jon Fisher of The Pew Charitable Trusts (moderator), Yoshitaka Ota of the University of Washington (panelist), Christian Pohl of ETH Zurich (panelist), Mark Reed of Newcastle University (panelist), and Lynn Scarlett of The Nature Conservancy (panelist)
Many environmental scientists find that their research has less impact in the real world than they hoped for or expected. As a result, there is increasing interest in looking at where we fall short, and how we can improve. This panel discussion will feature insights and recommendations from researchers, transdisciplinary collaborators, and decision-makers with deep expertise in applying research to policy. Panelists will share their experiences, highlight useful resources for scientists, and discuss different approaches to improving research impact. Attendees will be able to ask questions and vote for which questions are the most interesting to pose to the panel.
Co-sponsors: OCTO (EBM Tools Network, The Skimmer, OpenChannels, MPA News, MarineDebris.info)
Some advice from the panelists on improving your impact is available here: https://bit.ly/OCTO-panel-advice