Translations of scientific Findings for responsive environmental Policies
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Co-organized by Columbia University, Global Center, Paris & CEVIPOF/Sciences Po,Paris :
- Philip Kitcher, Columbia University in New York
- Bernard Reber, CEVIPOF/Sciences Po/CNRS
How should the procedures for translating scientific findings into policy be amended so that those policies are more responsive to the needs of decision-makers and of a divided citizenry (from both national and international perspectives)?
How should scientific practice be amended so that descriptive-predictive sciences become more responsive to normative sciences, and vice-versa?