A group of 7 Chief Scientific Advisors, appointed in their personal capacity and who act independently and in the public interest. They offer independent scientific advice to the European Commission to inform policy making and recommendations to improve the interaction between policy-making and scientific advice.
The advisors work closely with the Scientific Advice for Policy by European Academies (SAPEA) consortium, which gathers expertise in engineering, humanities, medicine, natural and social sciences from over 100 academies and societies across Europe.
Together with a secretariat in the Commission’s research and innovation department, the advisors and SAPEA are collectively known as the Scientific Advice Mechanism (SAM).
Latest knowledge from this organisation
There are many possible pathways towards a carbon-neutral future. Achieving it by 2050 is possible, but this requires urgent action.
This is the central conclusion of SAPEA's evidence...
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