Many of the EGU General Assembly higlights will be streamed live, so if you can’t make it to Vienna this year, you can still watch the Union Session on Curiosity’s first results (US1), the Great Debate on fracking, several medal lectures and all the press conferences at the 2013 General Assembly live on the conference website.
To watch a session, simply click on the link that appears next to its entry on the full webstreaming schedule (available here). Videos will also be available on demand after the Assembly, and if you’d like to watch past year’s sessions, you can do so on EGU TV or the Union’s YouTube channel.
If you are a journalist or a freelance writer or science blogger interested in watching press conferences via webstreaming, you may ask questions to panellists using Skype, or on Twitter, using the hashtag #askEGU. For more information, please check the Webstreaming page on the EGU 2013 Media portal.