W1.3 Sustainable science, technology and innovation policy (STI) and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Datum: 13.05.2019
Zeit: 14:00 - 18:00
Ort: Hauptstadtrepräsentanz der Telekom, Berlin

Sprache: Englisch

With their goals of providing orientation and promoting cross-sectorial cooperation, the SDGs represent a key political framework for sustainable policy. Their explicit claim is to effectively penetrate political, economic and social practice. Yet despite their successful establishment on the international political agenda, there still remain large gaps in their implementation.
Therefore from the point of view of research funding and innovation policy, the question arises as to how the potential of SDGs can be used more effectively, especially with respect to visibility and with regard to a superordinate cooperative framework for heterogenic stakeholders.

In this workshop the following questions will be discussed with international experts from OECD countries:

  1. How can FONA (as an example of an STI for great challenges) gain from the SDGs?
  2. What can FONA, with research for and with society, contribute to the realisation of the SDGs?
  3. Which steps are necessary in order to make optimum use of the potential arising out of the interaction of FONA with the SDGs?


Martin Lees, OECD-IIASA Strategic Partnership on Systems Approaches

Cornelia Reimoser, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Renn, Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte

Prof. Dr. Rainer Walz, Fraunhofer ISI
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