SCIENCE ADVICE FOR POLICY
BY EUROPEAN ACADEMIES

Vladimír Šucha and Marta Sienkiewicz on why science advice needs to change

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How can science advice — and science in general — keep up with dramatic changes in the world? How do you build an organisation that can translate scientific results into policy solutions? What responsibilities do politicians have when they choose to ignore or override scientific advice?

Vladimír Šucha and Marta Sienkiewicz discuss these questions with Toby Wardman of SAPEA. We also discuss the nature of trust, how intimately linked scientists and politicians can safely become, and whether scientists do in fact know everything.

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