GCSE Science Dialogues

GCSE invites submissions of videos one minute or less to the Science Dialogues series. Share your thoughts on climate change and advancing science in environmental decision-making. GCSE will feature you on the GCSE website, on social media, and in The Connection.

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You can watch the GCSE Science Dialogues below or on the GCSE YouTube channel.


GCSE Science Dialogues No. 1 - Frank Sesno (Nov. 2020)

Michelle Wyman, GCSE Executive Director, speaks with Frank Sesno, GCSE Board Vice Chair and founder of Planet Forward, about the value of science and discovery for solving the challenges facing humanity.


GCSE Science Dialogues No. 2 - Crystal Chissell (Dec. 2020)

GCSE Executive Director Michelle Wyman speaks with Project Drawdown Senior Director Crystal Chissell about the Project Drawdown solutions framework and the power of collaborative, inclusive climate action.


GCSE Science Dialogues No. 3 - If Not You, Then Who? (Feb. 2021)

In February’s edition of the GCSE Science Dialogues, Executive Director Michelle Wyman reflects on the words of 2021 GCSE Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, Dr. Warren Washington, and raises questions about the role of scientists in alerting the public about environmental harm.

GCSE Science Dialogues No. 4 - Thresholds for a Climate Positive Future (April 2021)

GCSE Executive Director Michelle Wyman is joined by GCSE Deputy Director Erica Goldman for a discussion about the upcoming GCSE 2022 conference theme and thresholds we can work toward to accelerate positive change.

GCSE Science Dialogues No. 5 - The Difference Each Tree Makes (May 2021)

In May’s edition of the GCSE Science Dialogues, Binka Le Breton, founder of Iracambi, reflects on her experiences working with the Iracambi team to help reforest Brazil’s Atlantic Rainforest one tree at a time- over 165,000 trees later. Learn more.

GCSE Science Dialogues No. 6 - Climate Urgency in South Asia (June 2021)

In June’s edition of the GCSE Science Dialogues, Dr. Karim Ahmed, a Founder and Current Board Director for GCSE, discusses the current implications of black carbon and PM 2.5 pollution in the South Asian region on health and climate change. To learn more, read Dr. Ahmed's essay, "South Asia and Climate Change – Adapting to a Troubling Future".