Climate Footnotes is a blog founded by students of the first phase of the Doctoral Programme in Climate Change Uncertainties, Thresholds and Coping Strategies of the University of Graz. They intend to develop a tool for research outreach and as a platform for interdisciplinary research.
Here you can find a picture of (most of) them, as well as a description of how they understood the blog in its early stages.
DKCC Students, 2016: Climate Footnotes is a blog designed and run by students of the Doctoral Programme Climate Change – Uncertainties, Thresholds and Coping Strategies of the University of Graz. The blog aims at being a platform for an interdisciplinary group of climate change researchers to share insights from their research, reflect on current research and developments in regards to climate change, and to provide early-stage researchers a platform to engage with a broader public.
The Doctoral Programme in Climate Change is now at its second phase and we as students have decided to follow their lead in keeping up with this opportunity for strengthening our interdisciplinarity, as well as to communicate with a broader public. We also aim at communicating the facts about what it means to do research and to live the life of a PhD student. In addition, we intend in this new phase to include some interviews with more experienced researches on the topic of climate change.
Here you can find a picture of the second phase doctoral students of the Doctoral Programme:
If you want to discover each of us, please check in the list of authors!