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The World Needs You Badly

The World Needs You, Badly – My Talk From Explore 2014

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How to mix citizen science with adventure on expeditions, and why we desperately need to.

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Crowdfunding Science on Experiment.com

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Up until recently, what crowdfunding has really lacked is a website dedicated to science. So I was pretty excited to discover Experiment.com.

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10 Lessons From A Year Of Citizen Science (My talk from the Citizen Cyberscience Summit)

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Last week I was privileged to be invited to speak at the Third Citizen Cyberscience Summit in London.

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Citizen Cyberscience Summit 2014 (#CCS14)

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I’m lucky enough to be speaking on the first day, which is quite daunting considering that many of those in attendance are the people that inspired my interest in citizen science in the first place!

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How to… Have a citizen science microadventure

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Science and adventure go hand in hand. In the same way that you don’t need to fly to the other side of the world, climb mountains or row oceans to have an adventure. You don’t need to lead an expedition to the depths of the unexplored amazon to do science.

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Great Citizen Science Featured in the Biologist Magazine

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The biggest success so far for my Year of Citizen Science.

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Crowdfunding Conservation: 10 Inspiring Projects

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Can crowdfunding usher in a new era of citizen powered conservation?

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The Power of Citizen Science [TEDx]

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Introducing MammalMAP – A Citizen Science project that aims to span an entire continent.

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Trees for Cities

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A London based charity that quite literally does what it says on the tin.

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10 Great Citizen Science Projects

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Inspiration for an army of armchair conservationists.

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