SCNAT and its network are committed to a sustainable science and society. They support policy-making, administration and business with expert knowledge and actively participate in public discourse. They strengthen the exchange across scientific disciplines and promote early career academics.

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Interacademic Commission for Alpine Studies (ICAS)

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ICAS supports researchers to enter into a dialogue with representatives of politics and administration, as well as experts of practical application and members of the public.
In 2019, the Forum Landscape, Alps, Parks of SCNAT took over the tasks of ICAS.

Year founded: 1999


Interacademic Commission for Alpine Studies (ICAS)
House of Academies
PO Box
3001 Bern