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In his presentation, Luke Gooding explores the potential of citizen science in facilitating an energy transition. He reviews current citizen science projects related to energy transitions, analyzing their objectives, methods, results, and obstacles. Luke highlights successful case studies that demonstrate how citizen science has been used to tackle various energy challenges. Moreover, his research aims to bridge the gap between citizen science and energy transition research by investigating the reasons for their limited integration, such as disciplinary boundaries, institutional frameworks, funding mechanisms, and policy frameworks.

Luke collaborated with Sarah West and Rachel Pateman on this project. Rachel recently spoke at an ECSA webinar about her work on environmental citizen science activities and their impact on youth attitudes towards nature. The recording of her presentation is available for viewing online.

On the other hand, Smriti Safaya’s presentation focuses on the impact of environmental citizen science activities on youth attitudes towards nature. She found that engaging in citizen science projects can lead to positive changes in how students perceive and interact with the natural environment. Co-creating projects had a more significant impact than one-time participatory activities but even one-time activities increased student knowledge and environmental behaviors. As a result of enriching citizen science experiences, teachers at an international school revamped their science program to include a long-term coastal ecology citizen science project while students and teachers at a local school started a movement to promote sustainable consumer behavior in society. Furthermore, biodiversity and pollution citizen science activities influenced which psychological factors most affected student pro-environmental behaviors. The presentation offers practical insights for project designers, environmental scientists, and educators seeking to create impactful citizen science opportunities in educational settings.

Overall, both presentations offer valuable insights into how citizen science can be harnessed to facilitate positive change in different areas of our lives – from promoting sustainable energy transitions to fostering positive attitudes towards nature among young people.

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