Presentazione al Governo italiano, in vista del G7 Summit di Taormina, dei 3 G7 Academies Joint Statements da parte delle accademia nazionali dei Paesi G7, alla presenza dei rappresentanti delle principali organizzazioni accademiche internazionali.

Sarà un’occasione per ricordare Firenze; sarà coordinato da Giovanni Seminara, il rappresentante dell’Accademia dei Lincei in Firenze2016.

Ecco il programma del 3 maggio:

9:00 Welcome address by Alberto QUADRIO-CURZIO
9:15 Presentation of the G7 Academies Joint Statements by the Coordinators of the three Working Groups:
Giovanni SEMINARA, Cultural heritage: building resilience to natural disasters
Maurizio BRUNORI, The challenge of neurodegenerative diseases in an aging population
Alberto QUADRIO-CURZIO, New economic growth: the role of science, technology, innovation and infrastructure

9:45 Pier Carlo PADOAN, Minister of Economy and Finance

10:15 Coffee break

10:30 Presentations by the Presidents of the G7 Academies on the role of the national academies:
Maryse LASSONDE, President of the Royal Society of Canada
Sébastien CANDEL, President of the Académie des sciences
Jörg HACKER, President of the Leopoldina Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften
Keisuke HANAKI, Vice President of the Science Council of Japan
Richard CATLOW, Vice President of the Royal Society U.S. National Academy of Sciences
Alberto QUADRIO-CURZIO, President of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei

12:00 Dario FRANCESCHINI, Minister of the Cultural Heritage

12:30 Lunch break

13:30 Presentations by the Presidents of International Academy Networks on the role of their organizations in shaping science policy:
Krishan LAL, Co-Chair of IAP for Science
Mostapha BOUSMINA, President of NASAC, Network of African Science Academies
Juan ASENJO, Co-Chair of IANAS, InterAmerican Network of Academies of Sciences
Yoo Hang KIM, President of AASSA, Association of Academies and Societies of Sciences in Asia
Thierry COURVOISIER, President of EASAC, European Academies Science Advisory Council
Günter STOCK, President of ALLEA, All European Academies
Mohamed H.A. HASSAN, Executive Director of TWAS, the World Academy of Sciences

15:15 Concluding remarks by Alberto QUADRIO-CURZIO