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https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-2022-357
https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-2022-357
 
18 Aug 2022
18 Aug 2022
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GC Insights: Enhancing inclusive engagement with the geosciences through art-science collaborations

Rosalie Alice Wright1, Kurt Jackson2, Cécile Girardin3, Natasha Smith4, and Lisa Wedding1 Rosalie Alice Wright et al.
  • 1The School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford
  • 2The Jackson Foundation
  • 3Nature Based Solutions initiative, University of Oxford
  • 4The Oxford University Museum of Natural History

Abstract. The environmental geosciences remain underrepresented in art-science partnerships, thereby missing valuable opportunities to enhance inclusive engagement. Here, we highlight potential pathways for scientists and artists to co-create approaches for reaching wider audiences in order to contextualise salient environmental research solutions. We synthesise lessons learned from our collective experiences as a team of scientists, artists, and exhibition officers, evaluate the potential benefits of such collaborations, and explore opportunities to enhance inclusive engagement of environmental geoscience research through art-science partnerships.

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Complex issues of climate breakdown and biodiversity loss require innovative, research-informed solutions. These solutions must incorporate diverse perspectives and engage wider audiences in the environmental geosciences. Art-geoscience partnerships may help to achieve this by providing accessible opportunities for knowledge sharing. We explore opportunities to enhance inclusive engagement of environmental geoscience research through art-science partnerships and provide experience-based advice.