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Science in Society: a European Perspective, Philippe Galiay, European Commission, Research DG, Presented 23 September 2009, Brussels

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    • “Civil society organisations for energy efficiency and sustainable transport” 23 September 2009, Brussels (BE) “Science in Society: a European Perspective” European Commission Research DG RTD-L3 “Governance and Ethics” Philippe Galiay
    • “Roadmapping Science in Society Impact, Evaluation and Accountability” 30 June - 1 July 2009, Paris (FR) “Science in Society: a European Perspective” Evolving S&S tensions - Safety: Food (dioxin,…), Medical (growth hormones, contaminated blood, fertility,…), - Environment (climate, energy, biodiversity, ozone,…), - Economy (Finance, fisheries, agro industry,…), - Fundamental rights (life appropriation, identity thefts, privacy, insurances,…), - Ethics (future generations, eugenics, enhancement, doping, reproduction, animals,…), - etc… Vancouver (CA)
    • “Roadmapping Science in Society Impact, Evaluation and Accountability” 30 June - 1 July 2009, Paris (FR) “Science in Society: a European Perspective” …do tell us? » Is “progress machine” jamming? Is a techno-future attractive for next generations? “Knowledge society”: what kind of governance?
    • “Roadmapping Science in Society Impact, Evaluation and Accountability” 30 June - 1 July 2009, Paris (FR) “Science in Society: a European Perspective” DAMS Electric power Water regulation Irrigation Reservoirs Leisure … Source: RISKBRIDGE project (http://www.riskbridge.eu/) Iguazú (ARG)
    • “Roadmapping Science in Society Impact, Evaluation and Accountability” 30 June - 1 July 2009, Paris (FR) “Science in Society: a European Perspective” DAMS A very simple physical principle Stop the water flowing! Itaipú dam (BR-PY)
    • “Roadmapping Science in Society Impact, Evaluation and Accountability” 30 June - 1 July 2009, Paris (FR) “Science in Society: a European Perspective” DAMAGES ! Biology, Ecology, Geology, Climatology, Sociology, etc. “… the ‘business as usual’ scenario is neither a feasible nor a desirable option.” The Report of the World Commission on Dams November 2000 (http://www.dams.org/) Teton Dam (US) fails
    • “Roadmapping Science in Society Impact, Evaluation and Accountability” 30 June - 1 July 2009, Paris (FR) “Science in Society: a European Perspective” Lessons for science governance : - Lack of inclusiveness in framing issues - Partial in scientific advice - Insufficient in risk assessment - Insufficient in communication and dialogue - Lack of sense of urgency? Of mobilization?
    • “Roadmapping Science in Society Impact, Evaluation and Accountability” 30 June - 1 July 2009, Paris (FR) “Science in Society: a European Perspective” S&S Stakeholders: European Networks – Parliamentary Offices (EPTA,…) – Science Academies (ALLEA, EASAC, IAP,…) – Research Organisations (ESF,…) – Researchers (EAST, STS,…) – Universities (UNICA, EUA, Living Knowledge,…) – Museum and Science Centres (ECSITE,…) – Civil Society (ECAS, EFC,… ) – Cities and regions (EUROCITIES, SARLORLUX,…) – + Business, Member States, Media, Education,…
    • “Roadmapping Science in Society Impact, Evaluation and Accountability” 30 June - 1 July 2009, Paris (FR) “Science in Society: a European Perspective” Science in Society, a dialogue or a renewed relationship where each partner should: – have a better knowledge of each other, – show mutual respect, – behave, – exchange, – do things together, – look forward in the same direction,…
    • “Roadmapping Science in Society Impact, Evaluation and Accountability” 30 June - 1 July 2009, Paris (FR) “Science in Society: a European Perspective” “Goverscience seminar on Energy and the Environment” Brussels, 9-10 December 2008 – Behavioural change, – Virtuous economic framework conditions.
    • “Roadmapping Science in Society Impact, Evaluation and Accountability” 30 June - 1 July 2009, Paris (FR) “Science in Society: a European Perspective” Call for proposals SiS 2010 http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ Mobilisation and Mutual Learning Action Plans – Focused and structured actions – Critical mass of activities – Wider range of key actors – A greater European added-value and impact
    • “Roadmapping Science in Society Impact, Evaluation and Accountability” 30 June - 1 July 2009, Paris (FR) “Science in Society: a European Perspective” Thank you for your attention! References FP7: http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/home_en.html FP7 Calls: http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/dc/index.cfm Science in Society: http://ec.europa.eu/research/science-society/