Challenges of the current poly-crisis landscape highlight the need for a holistic, adaptable, and evidence-informed approach to policymaking. By integrating interdisciplinary expertise, understanding policy needs, and effectively communicating scientific findings, policymakers can make informed decisions that address immediate crises and ensure a sustainable future. This approach not only helps solve complex problems but also plays a crucial role in rebuilding public trust in science, which is essential for effective problem-solving in today’s world.
To address this topic, Estonian Research Council is organising a workshop “Science for Policy – Challenges and Opportunities”, which will take place on Wednesday, 8 November at 12:30–17:00 at the Permanent Representation of Estonia to the European Union.
Registration is open until 1 November. Registration and additional information can be found here.