GCSE invites you to get involved and help span the boundaries between science and decision-making.
Consider joining our engaged and growing global member community to benefit from the full range of GCSE programs. Membership allows you to connect with fellow leaders in the field, cultivate research collaborations and funding opportunities, and engage across science and decision-making at all levels of governments and multilateral institutions. Learn more.
GCSE members can lead and participate in field-specific GCSE Communities of Practice (CoPs) to support and amplify education, research, solutions, and analysis from higher education institutions. CoPs include:
The Global Youth Science Partnership will connect youth and scientists around the world to strengthen activism and communication based on evidence, data, and analysis on issues ranging from climate change and biodiversity loss.
GCSE Applied Solutions is working to grow systemic capacity that links scientists and decision-makers. These connections will provide capacity to local governments and help transform the institutional relationships between universities and local communities to benefit sustained climate resilience.
The UNEP GCSE Science Diplomacy for the Environment Program, with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), will focus on the Global Environmental Outlook as a key tool that to advance knowledge-informed decision making.
EnvironMentors is a science education and national college access program with a mission to mentor and motivate high school students from communities underrepresented in the sciences as they plan and conduct environmental research and acquire skills that will allow them to build careers and become more active stewards of their communities and the environment.
The Research Cohort aims to identify and fill remaining knowledge gaps, and to produce actionable scientific knowledge to provide decision-makers with information that can inform, and potentially mitigate, the challenges of plastic pollution.
In partnership with NASA, GCSE is leading the Science as Actionable Knowledge pilot program, which supports a cohort of researchers as they pursue applications-oriented scientific research, to enhance user uptake and use in decision-making.