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This participation process has been initiated through the Climathon Zurich 2022. Participants have the opportunity to upload their ideas and projects and receive further Feedback from the city employees and experts within the time frame indicated.
Further stakeholders and experts are able to:
- Comment on the developed projects of Climathon and connect with the teams
- Add further projects and ideas existing in the topic and receive feedback from city employees within timeframe indicated
- Ask further questions to city employees through the general Dialog funtion of Klimaforum Zurich
Looking forward to the fruitful exchange!
About this process
The aim of the challenge is to create a useful citizen science project concerning climate change in the city of Zürich. The challenge should activate Zürich's population to gain, create and distribute knowledge about the impacts of climate change on urban nature.
The project should be low-threshold, accessible and comprehensible to people with and without a scientific background. The participants should identify measurable and meaningful parameters in urban nature. In addition, they should consider not only data collection but also data analysis. The participants of this challenge can base themselves on existing citizen science projects and institutions.
Pre-requisite: The citizen science teams have to be enthusiastic about science and observation of urban nature.
More information about citizen science projects: