Open lectures, video production, blog
Igor Vasilevich gives open lectures about Arctic climate change and the MOSAiC expedition open for the public with the aim to reach people who haven't heard much about the MOSAiC expedition.
Profile photo by Sam Cornish
Many people are interested in the Earth's future and heard something about dramatic Arctic climate changes but often are not sure whether it is true or false - Igor's lecture may help to find out. Igor's lecture of about 1.5 hours cover topics around global to local climate change with an activity highlight and discussions of Arctic Amplification. His light and comfort lecture contains basic terms, explanations, animations, videos from expedition, funny pictures, memes and most important - activity for the audience. Of course, the MOSAiC expedition as a unique international project and the personal experience of the MOSAiC School is the focus of the lecture.
Igor's lecture format fits to "Bar lectures" and will be adapted for serious reports in his University, like he did on 14 April 2020 for an online talk for master student in his alma mater, the Russian Hydrometeorological University, Ecology faculty. He has presented in St. Peterburg City Centre at the bar "Бакалавриат" (Bakalavriat or Bachelor`s programme) to around 30-40 interested people of all ages. A recording of this lecture is available here (in Russian). Igor has created a timelapse video of his presentation and added English subtitles.
Igor presenting MOSAiC in the bar "Бакалавриат" (Bakalavriat) to the general audience (Photo by Ksusha Tuleneva). A timelapse recording including English subtitles is available on Igor's youtube channel (screenshot from youtube).
Further, Igor presented the MOSAiC School and expedition in his personal blog and gave an online interview for the Russian television 5-TV together with hin MOSAiC Ambassador colleagues Tania and Natalia for a special issue on the International Day of Polar Scientists.