On 7th June 2021, CSER and the Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP), University of Cambridge, presented an online launch event for the report, ‘Pathways to Linking Science and Policy in the Field of Global Risk’.
This report has been developed to help guide and enhance the policy engagement efforts of researchers at CSER and other global risk research institutions. This work is part of the project 'A Science of Global Risk', which is focused on safeguarding humanity’s long-term future by being rigorous and creative; open to diverse groups; and capable of producing concrete proposals for risk management that can be implemented within the existing policy landscape.
The panellists were:
- Clarissa Rios Rojas - Centre for the Study of Existential Risk
- Max Tegmark - Founder and Director of the Future of Humanity Institute
- Ernesto Polcuch - Head of UNESCO, Peru
- Phyllis Kalele - Academy of Science in South Africa