Sustainability in Higher Education
Science as Actionable Knowledge
Science to Action: Plastic Pollution
After 30 years as a leader in advancing the use of science in environmental decision-making, the Global Council for Science and the Environment (GCSE) has made a pivotal shift. The collective wisdom and experience of our network and Board of Directors has pointed us toward a new imperative – working across boundaries to co-produce knowledge in partnership with users of information and people most affected by environmental problems. Explore the GCSE mission and vision here.
The Latest From GCSE
Next meeting February 21, 2024 at 2:00 pm ET.
Taking place June 3, 2024. Learn more about EnvironMentors here.
Held in hybrid format Friday, January 26, 2024
The GCSE delegation attended COP28 in Dubai, UAE from November 30 to December 12, 2023.
Held virtually September 27, 2023
In this video series, esteemed researchers with rich experience in actionable knowledge production discuss real-world examples on how to create actionable knowledge, the skills and attitudes needed for actionable knowledge, and tips for how to make research more diverse, inclusive, and culturally relevant. To watch the full GCSE Science as Actionable Knowledge series, please click here.
This 10-part series covers a range of complex issues in biodiversity, conservation science, and climate change. Each short video was conducted in interview format and established a bilateral discussion between the interviewer and a scientist or leading expert. To watch the full GCSE Science Dialogues series, please click here.
Engage with our growing global community through a variety of GCSE programs. Individuals and institutions can get involved in our programs that range from field-specific GCSE Communities of Practice, the NASA/GCSE Science as Actionable Knowledge pilot program, and more.
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