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Chloe Hill

Chloe Hill is the EGU Policy Manager. In this role, she provides scientists with information and resources that enable them to actively engage in the European policy process. She coordinates several activities that provide policymakers with scientific information and connects them with researchers around Europe. Chloe previously worked for the African EU Energy Partnership, and as a research assistant for the Indo-German Centre for Sustainability, the Institute of Climate and Sustainable Cities, and Forestry Tasmania. Chloe tweets at @Chl0e_Hill

GeoPolicy: What is science diplomacy?

GeoPolicy: What is science diplomacy?

For the most part, EGU’s policy activities focus on science advice, science for policy, and occasionally a policy for science initiative! But Science Diplomacy is another adjacent area that is often asked about. This month’s GeoPolicy Blog post will give an overview of Science Diplomacy, its different strands, and how scientists can engage with it!   What do we mean by science diplomacy? Scie ...[Read More]

GeoPolicy: All about the European Parliament Intergroup on ‘Climate Change, Biodiversity and Sustainable Development’

GeoPolicy: All about the European Parliament Intergroup on ‘Climate Change, Biodiversity and Sustainable Development’

This month’s GeoPolicy blog features an interview with Ilias Grampas, Manager of the European Parliament Intergroup (EP) on ‘Climate Change, Biodiversity and Sustainable Development’ and Deputy Director of the European Bureau for Conservation and Development (EBCD). Ilias was kind enough to answer some of my burning questions about the role of the EP Intergroup in connecting Members of the Europea ...[Read More]

GeoPolicy: Climate solutions at the center of focus this Earth Day

GeoPolicy: Climate solutions at the center of focus this Earth Day

Earlier this month, Climate Change 2022: Mitigation of Climate Change was published by the IPCC Working Group III as the third instalment of the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report (AR6). It emphasises that “rapid and deep” greenhouse gas emission reductions are needed across all sectors to have any chance of keeping the world below 1.5°C of warming above pre-industrial levels. However, it also outline ...[Read More]