The Women in Climate Science Hub

Supporting the International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2022
The Women in Climate Science Hub

Welcome to the Women in Climate Science Hub, a resource center filled with useful information about forging a career in this important field. On this page, you will find interviews with Cervest’s pioneering scientists, a library of insightful resources, and articles exploring the connection between women, water and climate change.

We have created this hub to support the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, an event designed to encourage more women into STEM-related fields. As a company with science, diversity, equity and inclusion in our DNA, we know how important this mission is, and are proud to contribute to it.

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Women, water and climate change

A welcome message from Dr. Helen Beddow, Climate Content and knowledge lead at Cervest

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"Supporting women climate scientists and highlighting their achievements is not only a moral imperative, it is a global necessity." Read more about our motivation for creating the Women in Climate Science Hub.

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Renowned expeditionist Rosie Stancer talks about the power of water, lessons from her trek across the Aral Kum desert, and why it's important to support women in climate science.

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Find out more about Cervest’s diverse and talented team

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“Simply put, there are not enough women in our field. Of Reuter’s list of the 1,000-most influential climate scientists, less than one in seven were women.” - Dr. Helen Beddow.

Our Pioneering People

Engaging interviews with the scientists dedicated to building a more resilient future for our planet

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11 February 2022

Climate Intelligence pioneers: Dr. Chloe Prodhomme

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11 February 2022

Climate Intelligence pioneers: Dr. Aoibheann Brady

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11 February 2022

Climate Intelligence pioneers: Dr. Helen Beddow

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10 February 2022

Climate Intelligence pioneers: Dr. Greta Vega

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38% of Cervest’s team are women. As are 37% of our statistics, climate and earth scientists 

Stories from the Cervest team

Celebrating the journeys of women in Cervest's science, product, leadership and people teams.

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"I realized I could use the same skills to visualize data related to climate change"
"I get to combine my expertise in climate change with my skills in business administration"
"I felt guilty that I had skills and I wasn't using them to benefit anyone"
"My advice will always be: find something you can get passionate about"
"You have the opportunity to work in different fields and combine your skills"
"People have a very narrow idea of what a software engineer should be"
"I started working in the science team right out of university"

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Women in climate science resource library

Explore curated materials that will help you explore climate change, science, and the work of pioneering women in even more detail

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