AGEP supports March for Science
Peace, prosperity, democracy and the development of humanity are based on science, research, technology, innovation and education. The growing complexity of global challenges calls for an independent and internationally connected network of science and research to foster problem solving. Scientific freedom is a central element of our democracies. The major global challenges such as the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Protection Agreement can only be solved through social, technological and institutional innovations. Science has a responsibility to accept the problems of our time and to exchange ideas with social actors.