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Session: Climate Action. Influencing Policy and tackling real-world Challenges – how can scholarly Collaboration support rapid Action?

How collaboration across scholarly communication stakeholder groups can support the research community to deliver the SDGs

Dr. Liz Marchant, Global Journals Portfolio Director - Life, Earth & Environmental Sciences, Taylor & Francis Group, Abingdon

Our planet’s ecosystems and climate are experiencing unprecedented rates of change. The science tells us that we are not on track to limit an increase in average global temperatures and that our greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise. Like most of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, climate change is a complex problem that requires both global and local approaches, multiple perspectives and many types of solutions. This session will seek to discuss the role of research and data in helping to accelerate progress towards the SDG 13 Climate Action and the importance of taking an integrated approach between all stakeholders, including researchers, publishers, policy and society.

Climate Action – what the Data tells us
Dr. Lewis Collins
, Editor in Chief, One Earth, Cell Press, Cambridge, MA
What does the data tell us around the research trends for publications related to SDG 13 Climate Action. Lewis Collins will walk through key data presented in the 2020 Elsevier SDG report.

Combining Policy, Science and Publishing
Dr. Joanna Depledge
, Former Editor, Climate Policy Journal, Research Fellow, Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance (CEENRG), University of Cambridge
Building research evidence in international climate change politics - how can better collaboration across scientific disciplines, scientific funders and academic publishers better influence policy for climate change?

What does the Research Community need from Stakeholders?
Dr. Andrew Kelly
, Portfolio Manager at Taylor & Francis Group, Abingdon
What our authors have told us – the view from every day researchers exploring how research evaluation isn’t always aligned with their ambition to drive real-world impact and to solve the problems facing our global society.

The SDG Publishers Compact
Sherri Aldis
, Chief of UN Publishing at United Nations, New York & Dr. Michiel Kolman, Chair of the Inclusive Publishing and Literacy Committee, International Publishers Association (IPA), Geneva

Jan 13, 12:30 PM–02:00 PM CUT
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Session: Climate Action. Influencing Policy and tackling real-world Challenges – how can scholarly Collaboration support rapid Action?

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Dr. Liz Marchant
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Presentations (1/5)

Session: Climate Action. Influencing Policy and tackling real-world Challenges – how can scholarly Collaboration support rapid Action?
Dr. Liz Marchant

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Climate Action – what the Data tells us
Lewis Collins

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Combining Policy, Science and Publishing
Joanna Depledge

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The SDG Publishers Compact - Sherri Aldis & Michiel Kolman
Susann Calvert

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What does the Research Community need from Stakeholders?
Andrew Kelly

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Andrew Kelly

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Dr. Liz Marchant

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Joanna Depledge

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Lewis Collins

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Susann Calvert

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