National Dissemination Event in the Poznan Agglomeration

novembre 28, 2022

On 17 November 2022, a webinar entitled “Responsible research and innovation in university practice. Experiences from the TeRRIFICA project” summarising the activities in the TeRRIFICA project in the Poznań Agglomeration pilot region.

It was also the inaugural meeting of a series of meetings organised this academic year as part of the activities of the Union of Universities for the Development of Studies in Spatial Planning.

In the first part, Prof. Paweł Churski presented the basic terminology related to citizen science and responsible research and innovation, which form the basis of the approach used in the TeRRIFICA project. This was followed by a presentation of the project’s main objectives related to the broad inclusion of the public in the preparation of action plans for adaptation and mitigation to climate change. The different stages of creating a local living lab were also discussed, involving representatives of local residents, business, local authorities and academia. Particular attention was paid to the use of the #MapujKlimat tool, which is an example of participatory mapping using the principles of crowdmapping.

In the second part of the webinar, Professor Katarzyna Fagiewicz presented the process of preparing the Climate Change Adaptation Plan for the Poznań Agglomeration, which is an example of combining civic and scientific knowledge to solve local development problems.

In last part, Dr Joanna Morawska discussed experiences in involving students in project work, which included their active participation in using the #MapClimate tool and in supporting the co-creation process carried out as part of a national and international summer school. Also presented was the organisation of a workshop for students involving a design-thinking approach, the aim of which was to propose climate solutions that could be implemented in the space of the UAM Morasko Campus.

We invite you to watch the recording of the meeting!



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