Translations of scientific findings for responsive environmental policies
To Friday 18 October 2019 17h15
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?
Guest speakers include:
- Philip Kitcher, Columbia University in New York
- Bernard Reber, CEVIPOF/Sciences Po/CNRS
Co-organized by Columbia University, Global Center, Paris & CEVIPOF/Sciences Po, Paris
– 16 October : Columbia University, Global Center, Reid Hall – 4, rue de Chevreuse, Paris 6
– 17-18 October : CEVIPOF Sciences Po – 98, rue de l’Université, Paris 7