Environmental impact of research & innovation
Mitigating the environmental impact of scientific activities without giving up on research excellence ?
The CNRS office in Brussels invites you to discuss this issue with the chair of the CNRS ethics committee, Dr Christine Noiville
The environmental impact of scientific activities is a growing concern among research and innovation communities. Researchers, and particularly young generations, acknowledge the need to rethink their activities to contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. What can we rethink, how far should we go without giving up on research excellence?
Wednesday 7, june 2023
12h30-13h30 : Lunch
13h30-14h : Key note speakers Christine Noiville, chair of the CNRS ethics committee
14h-15h : panel discussion with speakers from :
- Dr Olivier Leclerc, Member of the Committee for Ethics, CNRS
- Professor Bert Heinrichs, Chair of the Committee for Ethics in Research, Forschungszentrum Jülich, University of Bonn
- Mihalis Kritikos, Research Ethics and Integrity Sector, DG Research & Innovation, European Commission
- Professor Pawel Rowinski, Member of Science Advice for Policy by European Academies (SAPEA)
- Professor Jan Palmowski, Secretary-General of The Guild
15h-15h30 : Q&A session
Maison Irène et Frédéric Joliot-Curie
Rue du Trône, 100 – 2nd floor-