EmCliC is a three-year research project that brings together social anthropology, sociology, climate science, epidemiology, atmospheric physics and novel technology, to understand and demonstrate how people experience climate change on a daily basis.
The project focuses on the case of raising temperatures and heat in Warsaw and Madrid to study the bio-social adaptive capacities of individuals and communities.
Public events in Warsaw // Experiencing climate change. Heat in Warsaw.
16.06.2023, Kamień Pawilon Edukacyjny, Warsaw
We present EmCliC project results and the documentary ‘The Wave’ in Madrid
We present EmCliC project results and the documentary 'The Wave' in collaboration with Ecologistas en Acción, on June 7 at 6:00 p.m. in La...
EmCliC Game Jam
We are happy to announce our findings will be creatively transformed into the games! Our team provided the most important findings, that...
CfP Embodying Climate Change Workshop
We invite submissions for our Embodying Climate Change Workshop which will take place in September 2023 in Poznan.
EmCliC presented at the NCN conference promoting the Basic Research Programme
The visual notes from the conference are available at the Centre's website and the recording at their YouTube channel (our presentation starts at 2:15:31).
Participatory workshops in Warsaw and Madrid
EmCliC organized workshops with older adults in Warsaw and Madrid to deepen our understanding of bodily reactions to and experiences of heat, and creatively engage with heatwaves.
EmCliC at conferences this summer
EmCliC team members present our initial findings at various conferences
We just finished conducting workshops for the EmCliC survey’s interviewers
We just finished workshops with the EmCliC survey's interviewers, both in Madrid and in Warsaw. They got to know the project, learned about ethics and how to use their gear (laptops, compass, thermomether) as well as the questionnaire. First hot days have already come so we can't wait for the surey to begin!
EmCliC survey already tested in Warsaw!
We have succesfully completed the pilot of our questionnaire in Warsaw and improved the Polish version of the survey. We are now fine-tuning the Spanish version of the questionnaired and the pilot in Madrid will soon follow.
Presentation at DOPE 2022: Sensing heat in the city
Zosia Bieńkowska and Paloma Yáñez Serrano are going to give a presentation titled “Sensing heat in the city: how to go beyond...
Second consortium meeting in Madrid
Last week we had our second consortium meeting in Madrid. It took place from March 15th to 19th. We spent three days presenting the data and...
IPCC latest report is out
"Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability" emphasizes the need for local knowledge to inform adaptation processes and actions that reduce climate risk.
Expert consultations on architecture and health in the context of heat stress
In 2021 we have spent few months collaborating with experts. The EmCliC Team have met with medical doctor Dr. Katarzyna Broczek and...
Working out the survey questions: the temperature
People rarely get asked whether they feel hot. Experts assume that they simply know, after all, if the temperature is above 30ºC then probably everyone is feeling hot, right?
We started research on population dynamics and heat stress
This summer Iulia Marginean (CICERO) participates in the Young Scientists Summer Programme at the International Institute for Applied...
We’re introducing sensors
After getting to know our participants we started introducing sensors in our research. We are using two types of sensor – Kestrel DROP...
We are starting the ethnographic research
Over the past weeks we have worked hard with different civil and cultural organizations in Warsaw and Madrid to find the participants for...
First conference presentations
Members of the research team speak at international scientific conferences.
Ethnographic research: the most important information for participants.
We are looking for participants for the research entitled "Embodying Climate Change: A Transdisciplinary Study of Urban Overheating". ...
Webinar on Challenges and Pitfalls in Transdisciplinary Research on Climate Change – summary
Webinar on Challenges and Pitfalls in Transdisciplinary Research on Climate Change - summary