The SCNAT contributes to international science policy developments and represents the interests of Swiss science globally. She is a member of the , an association with over 140 national and regional science bodies as well as more than 40 international scientific unions. The SCNAT nominates scientists from Switzerland to ISC decision-making bodies and scientific committees of ISC programmes. In addition, she chaired and hosted the secretariat of the European ISC Members during six years (2016-21).
Christine Choirat has been selected as a member of the Scientific Committee of the World Data System (WDS), which is a body of the International Science Council (ISC) that associates over 140 national and regional science bodies as well as more than 40 international scientific unions.Immagine: Christine Choirat
Flavia Schlegel has been appointed by the International Science Council (ISC) as its inaugural Special Envoy for Science in Global Policy. Her tasks are to amplify the visibility and voice of the international scientific community within the UN and other global policy fora, such as the G20, by building the Council’s identity and presence at the highest political levels.Immagine: ISC
The International Science Council (ISC) creates a single organisation that serves as the global voice for the sciences. The ISC is the result of the merger of International Council for Science (ICSU) and the International Social Science Council (ISSC). The founding General Assembly took place on 4 July in Paris.Immagine: ISC
Dr. Roger Pfister
Accademia svizzera di scienze naturali (SCNAT)
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