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How can the academic system become more climate sustainable? This is the main question we posed at this year’s Berlin Science Week in a joint event with the Swiss Embassy in Berlin and Die Junge Akademie on 2 November 2022.
The European Fund for Displaced Scientists Programme (EFDS) was set up to provide financial support for Ukrainian scientists and institutions that have been affected by the war. A total of up to 100 Ukrainian scientists will benefit from the programme.
Outstanding young scientists and artists can apply for a 5-year membership to Die Junge Akademie (German Young Academy). Applications for the 2023 selection can be submitted exclusively online until 15 November 2022 via the dedicated application platform.
The ALLEA Board held a 2-day meeting in Berlin for their first in-person meeting of the year, following the confirmation of the new board last May.
Academic institutions have long played a key role in providing evidence on the climate crisis. But what is the academic system itself doing with this evidence? ALLEA, the Swiss Embassy in Berlin and Die Junge Akademie are partnering to discuss how the academic system can move towards a more sustainable path during the Berlin Science Week.
In a new statement, ALLEA sets priorities for building a new European Research Area (ERA) and for implementing the Policy Action Points developed in the ERA Transition Forum.