For 2022, our Open Access Week programming explores the importance of openly sharing knowledge to address the inequities that shape the impacts of climate change and our response to them.
Open Access Week Speaker Series
OA Week programming is free & open to the public. Registration is required.
For more information about each event, and to register, click on the linked event title below.
- Oct. 25, 10 - 11 a.m. | via Zoom or in-person, Norlin Library E206
Beth Osnes, Associate Professor, CU Boulder
"Enacting Climate: Activating Climate Solutions for All"
Oct. 26, 12 - 1 p.m. | via Zoom
Martin Halbert, NSF Science Advisor for Public Access, National Science Foundation
"The 2023 Federal Year of Open Science Initiative: Aligned Efforts to Advance Open Science"
- Oct. 27, 3 - 4 p.m. | via Zoom or in-person, Norlin Library E206
Max Boykoff, Professor, CU Boulder
"The Media and Climate Change Observatory, based at CU Boulder"
Open for Climate Justice: The Game
How would you, as an academic researcher, balance sharing knowledge and tackling the climate crisis against the current academic landscape?
A collaboration between the University Libraries, CRDDS and ATLAS
Right Here, Right Now
United Nations Global Climate Summit
December 1 – 4, 2022
This year's Open Access Week theme, "Open for Climate Justice," aligns with the University Libraries’ involvement with the UN Global Climate Summit, hosted by CU Boulder in December 2022.
Virtual registration and volunteer signups are available. Due to limited capacity, in-person attendance opportunities will be shared by invitation this fall.