In this special episode, twelve scholars of science advice discuss the challenges of incorporating a radically diverse range of perspectives into a science advice process. This conversation was recorded as part of the INGSA 2021 conference on global science advice, and is moderated by Estelle Balian.
Speakers in order of appearance:
- Jacopo Torriti, Professor of Energy Economics and Policy, School of the Built Environment, University of Reading
- Tuula Teeri, President of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, Chair of Euro-CASE
- Diana Ürge-Vorsatz, Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy Central European University, member of the IPCC and member of SAPEA energy working group
- Jennie Stephens, Director of the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and the Dean’s Professor of Sustainability Science and Policy, Northeastern University
- Thomas Bauwens, Senior Researcher and Lecturer at the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Utrecht University
- Clark Miller, Professor in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society and Director of the Center for Energy and Society, Arizona State University
- Alex Stingl, Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, University of Warwick
- Katri Mäkinen-Rostedt, Tampere University
- Kristian Nielsen, Research Associate at the Cambridge Social Decision-Making Lab, Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge
- Yvan Dutil, Ministry of Health and Social Services, Québec
- Heather Douglas, philosopher of science, Michigan State University
Resources mentioned in this episode
- Original recording: www.sapea.info/epistemic-diversity
The original recording also includes opening and closing remarks from Nebojsa Nakicenovic, Tom van Ierland, Sebastien Renaud and David Mair.