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Kiwis call for science to lead UN sustainable development goals

Thursday 20 Jul 23 10:30am

Above: Sir Peter Gluckman and former Prime Minister Helen Clark at the International Science Council in 2018.


Three prominent New Zealanders are part of the International Science Council’s global commission calling for a new way of doing science to tackle “unacceptably slow” progress on the United Nation's sustainable development goals (SDGs).

Former prime minister Helen Clark, film director James Cameron, and president of the International Science Council, Sir Peter Gluckman, are members of a commission that released the report Flipping the Science Model: A Roadmap to Science Missions for Sustainability at the High Level Political Forum of the UN in New York yesterday.

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