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Thursday, 12 November 2015

World Science Day for Peace and Development 2015, November 10.

World Science Day for Peace and Development, 10 November.
 Всемирный день науки за мир и развитие, 10 ноября.
 世界科學日爭取和平與發展,11月10日
 Journée mondiale de la science pour la paix et le développement, 10 Novembre.
 Día Mundial de la Ciencia para la Paz y el Desarrollo, 10 de noviembre.
 اليوم العالمي للعلوم من أجل السلام والتنمية، و 10 نوفمبر تشرين الثاني.

 
10 november 2015 - World Science Day for Peace and Development, Theme Sience for a sustainable future



 Theme 2015 : Science for a Sustainable Future.
 Тема 2015: Наука для устойчивого будущего.
主題2015:科學促進可持續發展的未來
 Thème 2015 : La science au service d’un avenir durable.
 Tema 2015 : La ciencia al servicio de un futuro sostenible.
 موضوع عام 2015: العلم من أجل مستقبل مستدام.

 
Science and Sustainable Future



Message from Ms Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO on the occasion of the World Science Day for Peace and Development, 10 November 2015.

Science for a Sustainable Future;


This World Science Day for Peace and Development comes two months after agreement on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development .
This new agenda embodies a new vision for humanity, for the planet, for peace, for the next 15 years – science stands at its heart as a for ce for positive transformation and a development multiplier. All G overnments recognise today the power of science to provide key answers for the better management of water, for the conservation a nd sustainable use of the ocean , for the protection of ecosystems and biodiversity, to tackle climate change and disasters, to foster innovation and to eliminate poverty and reduce inequality. To make the most of this power, we need to understand more clearly the global landscape of science and we need bett er tools to monitor progress.
This is the importance of the UNESCO Science Report , issued every five years, to identify trends in science, technology and innovation, across every region. We launch this new edition on World Science Day for Peace and Development , to highlight the rising focus on science, technology and innovation by countries at all levels of development.
Growing concerns with recurrent drought, flooding, hurricanes and other natural phenomena have led Governments to adopt strategies a t both national and regional levels to protect agriculture, reduce disaster risk s and diversify national energy mix es . Rising investment in the sciences reflect s greater recognition of the need to build green societies along with green economies bringing together changes in policy and legislation as well as values and behaviours.
These questions will be addressed in the forthcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21) to be held in Paris, when leaders from across the world will gather to adopt a new agreement on international cooperation to mitigate the consequences of climate change. Science, technology and innovation is essential here, and we must do everything to support societies across the world, on every continent,to create and share knowledge.
The 2030 Agenda, with the Addis Ababa Action Agenda, calls for new efforts to build robust national science,
technology and innovation policies and systems, to facilitate the transfer of technology and solutions, to which UNESCO is fully committed.
This is the message of the UNESCO Science Report and this World Science Day for Peace and Development, and I invite everyone to join us in taking this across the world, to build a better future for all.

Irina Bokova




FORUM : World Science Day for Peace and Development - 10 November

Established by UNESCO in 2001, World Science Day for Peace and Development is celebrated worldwide on 10 November each year. This year's theme highlights the contribution of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) to sustainable development, which is recognized in the recently adopted 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.



UNESCO Science Report 2015


 EVENTS :Celebration of the World Science Day for Peace and Development 2015

Many partners around the world will be joining UNESCO in order to make the day a truly worldwide celebration. This list below of events organized worldwide is not exhaustive. We invite you to join us in celebrating the day and to share information with us about the activities you organize.


Launch of the new UNESCO Science Report, Towards 2030

10 November 2015, 18:30 - 22:00, Room IX

The UNESCO Science Report will be launched on World Science Day for Peace and Development (10 November 2015) at UNESCO headquarters in Paris. This unique report monitors the status of science, technology and innovation around the world every five years, providing a snapshot of current trends and developments in human and financial investment, research priorities and scientific productivity, using data provided by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics and other sources. Small exhibition of posters highlighting some of the report’s findings will also be displayed in the hall between Room IX and the Delegates’ Bar.


World Science Forum 2015 ( 4-7 November)



After 3 days of intense discussions delegates of the 7th World Science Forum approved the declaration of WSF2015 at the Parliament pledging to advance the use of science advice, a shift for new, sustainbale development paths and an ambitious agreement at the COP21 Paris Summit on Climate Change. WSF participants called upon balanced investment in science, and an international co-operation for capacity-building in the developing world to overcome the pressing challenges of our age and reduce our vulnerability to natural and manmade disasters.
"The threat is real, our time is limited, but we can still make a change" urged János Áder President of Hungary. Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO emphasized the need for new innovative solutions that can balance the growing scarcity of resources in the world. His Majesty King Abdullah II idn Al-Hussein, the King of the Hashemtie Kingdom of Jordan called for the collaboration of scientists of all nations and cultures of the world anticipating the theme of the next World Science Forum "Science for Peace" to be organised by Jordan in 2017.
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