• Train scientists to engage public with scientific issues, concepts and actions related to climate change.
  • Build the capacity of scientists to reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science.
  • Foster scientists‘ writing and oral skills needed to engage with the public in various spaces, especially in relation to multi-inter-trans-disciplinary topics, like climate change.
  • Improve scientists’ understanding of the factors causing distrust towards scientists and disengagement with science.
  • Develop scientists’ understanding of how public engagement can benefit their career.
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