What does space weather
mean to you?

The Space Weather Public Dialogue aims to find out what the public think about space weather and its possible impacts here on Earth. We are holding a series of meetings with specific groups of members of the public and seeking views of the wider public through this site. Have a look around, find out about space weather and get involved!


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Find out about the project

Background to Space Weather Public Dialogue
What are we doing?
What are we doing?
Okay, so what happens next?
Who is behind
the project?
Who is behind Space Weather Public Dialogue?
Who is delivering
the project?
What would you do in the event of no power
or no telephone for a day?

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End of round 2 public workshops

We’ve come to the end of two rounds of workshops with members of the public in Edinburgh, Read... More >


Talking risk in Wrexham

It was a cloudy, wet day in Wrexham as we kicked off the discussion in the last of our three locatio... More >


A sunny day in Edinburgh!

Our second public workshop took place at the Royal Observatory in Edinburgh. After a drizzly start t... More >

Dr Lucie Green

A big thank you to Dr. Lucie Green

The Space Weather Public Dialogue project is producing a short film featuring a range of thoughts an... More >

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