UCD EARTH INSTITUTE
Conversations with researchers from UCD Earth Institute.
Discover how researchers from science, engineering, arts, humanities and social sciences are tackling some of the big environmental challenges of our time.
Latest Earth Talks
North-south environmental governance, how the environment intersects with economics, and his interest in subjective well-being with Dr Finbarr Brereton, School of Architecture, Planning & Environmental Policy.
Mathematical & statistical approaches to understanding soil, biodiversity and ecosystems with Associate Professor Tancredi Caruso, School of Biology and Environmental Science.
Microclimates, green infrastucture, planning and designing climate resilient cities and mapping Dublin’s trees with Prof Gerald Mills, School of Geography.
Managing human-environmental relationships, green infrastructure, flooding and participatory engagement with Dr Mick Lennon, School of Architecture, Planning & Environmental Policy.
Environmental humanities approaches to the culture, power and politics of water and other environmental projects with Dr Hannah Boast, School of English, Drama and Film.
Multidisciplinary approaches to studying abiotic stressors and climate resilience in barley and other crops with Dr Sónia Negrão, School of Biology and Environmental Science.
Interview with Deirdre O'Mahony, Earth Institute & DLRCC artist in residence on her ongoing project 'Sustainment Experiments' and her RHA exhibition 'Feeder'.
Atmospheric analysis: climate science and meteorology, sensors, data analytics and machine learning with Dr Soumyabrata Dev, School of Computer Science.
Managing human-environmental interaction, public participation in decision making, data and GIS with Dr Ainhoa Gonzalez del Campo, School of Geography.