Contributor: Chloe Hill

Chloe Hill profileChloe Hill helps to connect scientists and policymakers by providing scientists with information and resources that enable them to be more actively engaged in European policy. She coordinates a number of activities that provide policymakers with scientific information and connect them with researchers around Europe. Chloe is also very interested in communicating research and scientific findings with non-academic audiences more broadly through blog posts and online media content.
Chloe currently works as the Policy Manager for the European Geosciences Union. She has previously worked in the renewable energy sector for the African EU Energy Partnership, and as a research assistant for the Indo-German Centre for Sustainability, the Institute of Climate and Sustainable Cities, and Forestry Tasmania.

ESMH Summer school 2023 Felix Irmer

Interview with researcher Felix Irmer on data journalism, society and distrust

"Data journalism, journalism informed by quantitative evidence, is an expanding field", says researcher Felix Irmer, of the Institute of Communication and Media Studies, Leipzig University (Germany). He was one of the speakers at the European Science-Media Hub Summer School from 6-10 June 2023. Data journalism can "transform large amounts of data and information into digestible ...

ESMH Summer school 2023 Kai Kupferschmidt

Interview with Kai Kupferschmidt on the importance of trust in journalism and a functioning information ecosystem

"The only way that our work will have an impact on the world is if people believe it to be true. Showing people how journalism works will help to foster trust", says science journalist Kai Kupferschmidt. Kai, based in Berlin, studied molecular biomedicine and afterwards attended the Berlin Journalism School. He has worked as a ...

‘Storytelling in science’ the ESMH Summer School 2023 in a nutshell

‘Storytelling in science’: the ESMH Summer School 2023 in a nutshell

Hosted from 6-10 June at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, the European Science-Media Hub (ESMH) Summer School 2023: ‘Storytelling in science’, provided 60 early-career journalists with the opportunity to participate in discussions on science journalism, Europe’s information ecosystem, and how to connect with different audiences. The event also provided the participants with the opportunity to ...

ESMH Summer school 2023 Valentine Delattre

Valentine Delattre: “YouTube also enables you to share science with an audience that is normally very difficult to reach.”

Opinion: Interview with Valentine Delattre on the changing landscape of science-communication on YouTube Valentine Delattre is a French science journalist and video creator. She is the creator of the YouTube channel Science de comptoir, where she uses humour to popularise life and earth sciences. She participated in the panel ‘Telling climate stories’, on Friday 9 ...

European Generation Media Lab panel

“Interactive dialogue on social media platforms can help build public trust” – takeaways from the ESMH event at EYE2021

What lessons can we learn from Covid-19 to help us tackle the climate emergency? Has Covid-19 changed the way in which we interact with science? How can we reduce the impact of misinformation? And what roles should policymakers, journalists, scientists, and online platforms play?

Joachim Allgaier interview Vintage typewriter header with old paper. retro machine technology - top view and creative flat lay design

Joachim Allgaier: “There are advantages and disadvantages to communicating with an online video format”

A scientist’s opinion: Interview with Joachim Allgaier about the spread of misinformation on YouTube. Joachim Allgaier is Professor for Communication and Digital Society at the Department of Nutritional, Food and Consumer Sciences of Fulda University of Applied Sciences in Germany. His research interests concern communication and cooperation in the digital society, including how information and ...

Simon Clark interview Vintage typewriter header with old paper. retro machine technology - top view and creative flat lay design

Simon Clark: “Scientists need to clarify the audience that they’re trying to reach and identify the sub-genre of YouTube video that they want to use.”

A scientist’s opinion: Interview with Simon Clark about using YouTube as a platform to communicate science. Simon Clark is a video maker and science communicator with a PhD in theoretical atmospheric physics. He has created YouTube content since 2010 and is currently working on communicating science through an educational and science-related series on this platform. ...