This radio episode is a recording from the plenary session of The Forest Multiple symposium, which took place at the University of Cambridge on 27-28 October 2022.
In this plenary, speakers Jennifer Gabrys, Michelle Westerlaken, Trishant Simlai, and Kate Lewis Hood from the Smart Forests research group, and Alex Worrad-Andrews and Gemma Copeland from Common Knowledge discuss the development of the Smart Forests Atlas. Respondents Dr Alex Taylor (City University of London), Prof Sabina Leonelli (University of Exeter), and Prof Chris Sandbrook (University of Cambridge) explore questions around more-than-human participation, the politics of open data, and what tools the Atlas might offer to different practitioners.
Producer: Harry Murdoch
This radio episode was produced by the Smart Forests project funded by the European Research Council. Smart Forests is led by Professor Jennifer Gabrys and is based in the Department of Sociology at the University of Cambridge.
Smart Forests Atlas materials are free to use for non-commercial purposes (with attribution) under a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license. To cite this radio episode: Gabrys, Jennifer, et al., "The Forest Multiple Plenary", Smart Forests Atlas (2022), https://atlas.smartforests.net/en/radio/the-forest-multiple-plenary/
Header image: Plenary speakers Jennifer Gabrys (Smart Forests), Alex Worrad-Andrews and Gemma Copeland (Common Knowledge), and Michelle Westerlaken, Trishant Simlai, and Kate Lewis Hood (Smart Forests). Image source: Yuti Ariani Fatimah.