Here you can view all the recordings of our past webinars
The webinar series started as an initiative to continue knowledge sharing and connecting between people all over the world despite not being able to meet face to face due to the covid-19 pandemic. The first series ran from December 2020-June 2021 every first and last Tuesday of the month.
The 2020-2021 webinar series enabled networking and fostered collaboration between different groups of researchers, artists, and organizations. Due to the success of the first webinar series, it has been renewed for a new 2022 series, that’s currently on-going.
You may view all recorded episodes in this page through the video players for each webinar series.
Living with Geoheritage & Resilience
This series is co-presented by IGCP 692 'Geoheritage for Resilience' and IGC 718 'Bringing Geoheritage to Life'
Click the playlist icon on the upper right corner of the player to browse all recordings for the 2022 Webinar Series.
How to join upcoming webinars
Webinars are hosted via the Webex online meeting platform. You may download the Webex app or join using your browser.
See you in our next webinar!
The first webinar series presented by the IGCP Project 692 covering a variety of topics on Geoheritage & Resilience.
Click the icon to browse 2021 webinar series episodes
Here are the recordings from all of our past webinar events
Below you can browse all webinar by topics using the dropdown menu or search for a specific webinar using the search bar. You may also filter the webinars by language by typing in the language ( ‘English’ or ‘Spanish’) in the search bar.
To watch a specific webinar, you may click “watch episode” under the webinar poster to be redirected to the youtube video (opens an external site) or by selecting the title in the playlist embedded video players [2022 , 2021] on this page .
You can find the year (webinar series) and episode number of each video by hovering your cursor on the poster. Enjoy!
- Arts & Sciences
- Community Resilience
- Resilience Tools
- Resilience Projects
Geoheritage in SIDS
Dr. Sherene James-Williamson and the IGCP 692 + 718 teams