2023 World Green Science Day Celebration

Figure 1. Official Logo of the Second Celebration of the World Green Science Day in 2023. Source: Andean Road Countries for Science and Technology (ARCST)

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The climate crisis and environmental degradation are two of the most significant challenges facing humanity as a whole. These challenges will last for decades, and immediate action is needed to address them. Not only is it urgent to preserve ecosystems and the abundant Earth we know it to be, but for the sake of the human species’ survival. In that sense, under the framework of the Science Culture Construction (SCC) initiated by the Andean Road Countries for Science and Technology (ARCST), the first World Green Science Day(WGSD) was launched and celebrated on December 9th, 2022. The main goal was to raise awareness of the role that science plays in societies that are peaceful and sustainable. “Green Science for and with Society” (moving towards a nature-positive world) was 2022’s theme for the WGSD. It emphasized how “science” is inclusive and equal and how it is helping to tackle important environmental goals. In 2023, we will explore the research, policies, practices, innovative ideas, and actions taken by different organizations around the world to engage society in climate change action. We want to get the public involved in open science discussions about current science-related issues. This year’s theme is “The New Paradigm for Cooperation: The Science Culture Construction Fostering Innovation and Green Development” especially focused on “Green Science and Sustainable Development in Practice.”

Figure 2. Official Logo of the Science Culture Construction promoted as a new paradigm for cooperation fostering innovation and green development

The WGSD 2023 will focus on important adaptations to mitigate the adverse effects of biodiversity loss, climate change, pollution, and water calamities. The event will discuss contemporary issues that are crucial to the ongoing exchange of information related to human health, the economy, food security, climate, biodiversity conservation, green development, and people’s well-being.

WGSD 2023  is oriented to:

  • The scientific community, including universities and, in particular, departments involved in environmental sciences, biology, ecology, physical geography, botany, zoology, climatology, meteorology, and the management of natural resources.
  • The educational community, particularly universities and schools, who are interested in converting their own buildings into places that are friendly to the environment.
  • The general public, including young people who are concerned about resilience to climate change, biodiversity, and water management.
  • Government ministries and agencies with a mandate and an interest in biodiversity, climate, the environment, pollution, and water.

WGSD 2023 aims to:

  • Implement the thoughts on ecological civilization into science popularization.
  • Focus on scientific communication of biodiversity conservation and green development, and further strengthen the connection between scientific research projects and science popularization.
  • Integrate different countries into actions related to the fulfillment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs 3,6,11,12,13,14,15).
  • Promote scientific literacy, climate literacy, wetland protection, biodiversity protection, and green development,
  • Boost public understanding of green science development.
  • Grow the academic network of experts interested in Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development.
  • Raise interest in Green actions to promote the restoration of wetlands, oceans, watermarks, etc.
  • Create and launch the first Green Science Library.
  • Strengthen the quantity and quality construction of science popularization bases and expand their functions.
  • Popularize practices around major issues such as ecological civilization, climate change, sustainable development, and human health.

WGSD is an excellent and exceptional opportunity to join representatives of different countries, among which borders and distances no longer exist. Offering delegates the chance to discuss their experience in promoting tangible actions that favor green development and biodiversity conservation. We challenge the academic community to take on new perspectives and build strong new friendships that span across the globe. The event will be inspirational through our guest speaker sessions and scintillating topics.


The New Paradigm for Cooperation: The Science Culture Construction Fostering Innovation and Green Development”


 “Green Science and Sustainable Development in Practice.”


Panel speeches on the congress theme, 5 subforums (the information about each forum can be found below).

  • Forum 1 Green Development Agenda,
  • Forum 2 Green Science Popularization,
  • Forum 3 Green Technology and its Applications,
  • Forum 4 Global Initiatives in Harmony with Nature,
  • Forum 5 Hydrogen Energy, an alternative for the future


9th December, 18:30 -22:30 (Beijing time), 6:30 am – 10:30 am (GMT-4)

Venue:  via Zoom (after registration, the link will be shared one day before the event).


1. Andean Road Countries for Science and Technology (ARCST)

Founded in 2018, ARCST is an international scientific organization based on the general principles of “joint consultation, joint effort, and joint sharing” and the promotion of shared development and achievement of the UN SDGs. ARCST members include national academies of sciences, universities, research institutes, and international organizations. ARCST is committed to playing an effective role in catalyzing and implementing innovative international science initiatives to build a community of humankind with a shared future. Science, Technology, Innovation, and Capacity Building (STIC) are essential to the progress and welfare of human societies and ARCST is particularly keen to cooperate and partner with those who want to collaborate in these endeavors. Promoting the popularization of Science, the exchange of knowledge, the diffusion of information, mutual learning, and collaboration. The vision of ARCST is to become an international science organization of global impact in catalyzing and implementing concrete innovative programs, initiatives, and actions in Science, Technology, Innovation, and Capacity Building (STIC) for the promotion of shared development and the advancement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

2. Science Culture Construction

Science Culture Construction (SCC) refers to the promotion of science and technology as a cultural value. It involves the creation of an environment that promotes the conservation, development, and diffusion of science and technology, and the freedom indispensable for scientific research, which aligns perfectly with Article 15 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights. The SCC helps to foster a culture of innovation and creativity, which is essential for the development of new technologies and the advancement of society. The SCC is a new paradigm of collaboration that aims to bring together scientists, policymakers, and the public to address complex problems. This approach can be particularly useful in promoting green development and green science, which are essential for addressing environmental challenges and green development.

3. China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation (CBCGDF)

Founded in 1985, China Foundation for Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development (CBCGDF), is a non-profit public foundation and a social legal entity dedicated to the conservation of biodiversity and green development. It is an independent NGO on the environment, biodiversity conservation, sustainability, and CCAfa (“Community Conservation Area”). It is a member of IUCN and the UN Global Compact and an accredited observer of the UN IPBES. It is also a member of the Global Genome Biodiversity Network (GGBN), a partner of the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS), and an observer of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food. n and Agriculture (ITPGRFA) of the FAO of the United Nations. It is an official data publisher of the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF). By far, CBCGDF has funded hundreds of grassroots NGOs supported tens of thousands of people, and organized many environmental and conservation events across the country to raise awareness, encourage people, and empower people.

4. Journal of Latin American Sciences and Culture (JLASC)

 Founded in 2019, with ISSN 2788-8991 (France). Publishes scientific and academic articles in three languages, English, Spanish, and Chinese. The Journal of Latin American Sciences and Culture (JLASC) is an international journal seeking to promote the scientific landscape in Latin America and the Caribbean by pushing conventional boundaries to include issues, perspectives, and methods relevant to education, science, technology, and culture. JLASC thus intends to truly internationalize these areas through the journal’s attention globally. JLASC seeks to explore not only the diversity and richness of Latin American and Caribbean scientific issues, but also perspectives, research methods, and evidence of the many creative flows of influence that exist between Latin America, Sino-American cultures, and other peripheries, therefore, education, science, technology can be powered by wide-ranging ideas from many cultures and research areas. JLASC welcomes submissions that focus on empirical research, theoretical analyses, or literature and book reviews. Proposals for special issues are actively encouraged and should be discussed with the Editor-in-Chief or a member of the Senior Editorial Team of the journal. The JLASC promotes scientific literacy, the popularization of science, science popularization, Media, and Information Literacy (MIL) through the guidelines of UNESCO. The JLASC also promotes the exchange of knowledge and the dissemination of information for the development of society in science, technology, innovation, education, and culture. Special attention is given to the use and promotion of the Spanish language for these purposes. We also count on the support of Chaoxuan Intelligent Research Institute and Elektro High Tech Co. Ltd for the promotion of Science and Technology advances that can be beneficial for the world.

5. Elektro High Tech Co. Ltd.

Founded in 2020, Elektro has the mission to improve people’s lives through meaningful innovation. At the same time has the vision to inspire the world with innovative technologies, products, and designs that enrich people’s lives and contribute to social prosperity by creating a new future in harmony with nature.

6. Universidad Privada del Valle (UNIVALLE)

Founded on October 4, 1988, by Dr. Gonzalo Ruiz Martínez; Univalle has been projected as a synonym for academic excellence in Latin America with more than 32 undergraduate degree programs. Currently, about 14,000 national and foreign students carry out their higher studies in the university infrastructure with the greatest technological advance in Bolivia. In these 33 years of academic trajectory, Univalle has trained more than 16,000 professionals at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels in its four locations, which are located in Cochabamba, La Paz, Sucre, and Trinidad. And soon in the new headquarters located in Santa Cruz. Our history reflects the fact that “We are the Scientific Answer to the Future”.

7. Unidad Central del Valle del Cauca (UCEVA) 

The Central Unit of Valle del Cauca (Spanish: Unidad Central del Valle del Cauca), also called UCEVA, is a public, departmental, coeducational university based in the city of Tuluá, Valle del Cauca, Colombia. The UCEVA is a public institution of higher education, committed to the training of upright professionals for the human development of the region and the country, in the context of its social responsibility; founded on the exercise of its autonomy, with continuous improvement as a quality condition, from an integrating curriculum mediated by an inter structuring pedagogical model, relevant for the transformation of the life of its stakeholders, responding through the generation of knowledge to the challenges of local society. In its commitment to permanence in time for the year 2030, the UCEVA will be recognized as an institution of high quality in its missionary processes, its significant impact on regional and national development and inclusive dialogue with local society, guiding its actions to the continuous search for the transformation of the life of its stakeholders.

8. International Green Science Center for Latin American and the Caribbean Countries (IGSCLAC) 

Nowadays, mutual collaboration is essential for the development of science and technology. With the same spirit, we emphasize the importance of collaboration, mutual understanding, friendship utilizing mechanisms of science popularization, and the promotion of technology and innovation in different areas of knowledge. That is why, we are honored to launch the International Green Science Center for Latin America and the Caribbean Countries (IGSCLAC) located in Colombia, longing to connect the community of researchers, professors, students, and the community in general between Latin America, the Caribbean, and the world. The center engages society in actions that favor the well-being and well-being in harmony with nature, utilizing scientific, technical, and educational methods for this purpose. The members of the center believe that through IGSCLAC it will be possible to communicate and exchange views and break the geographic and language barriers that sometimes are responsible for ineffective communication at the international level. IGSCLAC is looking forward to your participation.

9. Centro Internacional de Innovation en Ciencia y Tecnologia para Latino America y el Caribe (CICITLAC)

The International Center for Innovation in Science and Technology for Latin America and the Caribbean (CICITLAC from its acronym in the Spanish language) is the result of the transcontinental integration of stakeholders from the public and private sectors that firmly believe in the paradigm of the Science Culture Construction (SCC) to promote collaboration and green development. CICITLAC is located in El Salvador. Its strategic position will integrate the North and the South regions of the Caribbean and Latin America through the promotion of innovation in the areas of green energy technologies, research, and development, science popularization, etc. With the main vision to build a community with a shared future for humankind.

10. International Green Science Academy Network (IGSAN)

Our network is a unique community of Universities, Academies, and Research Centers located across the globe. We support each other and collaborate to provide the exchange of knowledge, the diffusion of information, green science popularization, biodiversity conservation, and green development. We offer opportunities to connect, share, and provide meaningful and pragmatic development of Green Science. We work with partner organizations to build broader collaboration and projects across the Globe. IGSAN’s mission is to empower individuals, especially youth, to lead in the response to biodiversity protection, green development, and environmental challenges facing the globe. By establishing partnerships, we develop, implement, and oversee educational programs and workshops that promote environmentally sustainable behaviors among all age groups, with a particular emphasis on University students. IGSAN is the result of the collaboration between different academic institutions across the globe. IGSAN is an initiative of the Green Science Project (GSP) the South-South Biodiversity Science Project (SSBSP) and the International Green Science Center for Latin America and Caribbean Countries (IGSCLAC) to promote biodiversity conservation and green development across the globe.


1. National University of Science and Technology (Pakistan)

The university offers undergraduate and graduate degrees, including doctoral and professional degrees. Founded in 1990, it was initially formed for the need of commissioned officers by combining engineering colleges and schools. Later, it was converted into a public research university with the main campus setup in Islamabad to promote science and technology in Pakistan. Founded to provide quality technical education to support rapid industrialization in Pakistan, NUST adopted an American university model and stressed laboratory instruction in applied science and engineering. It has since played a key role in the development of standardization in education of fields such as engineering, mathematics, and technology in Pakistan and is widely known for its innovation and academic strength, making it one of the most prestigious institutions of higher learning in Pakistan. The university is also home to an under-construction International Association of Science Parks (IASP) certified National Science and Technology Park.

2. Jinzhong Institute of Information 

Approved by the Ministry of Education and People’s Government of Shanxi Province, Jinzhong College of Information (JCI) is a modern multidisciplinary institution featured in information science and technology while developing simultaneously with disciplines including economics, literature, science, engineering, agriculture, management, and the arts. Established in 2002, JCI is located in the famous historical and cultural city of Taigu, Shanxi Province, which is known as the hometown of Mencius mom and the origin of famous Shanxi merchants. 

3. Daxing International Hydrogen Incubator

Daxing International Hydrogen Energy Incubator is located in Building 2 of the Daxing International Hydrogen Energy Demonstration Zone. It is a unique hydrogen energy vertical incubator in China. Committed to creating a hydrogen industry vertical incubation space, through the “depth of incubation + precision investment + entrepreneurial training + brand exposure + resource docking” incubation model, to provide “low-cost joint office space + high-quality business support + entrepreneurial mentor practical counseling” services, With the help of the hydrogen energy demonstration zone to provide entrepreneurs with a wide range of social and resource integration channels, thereby reducing the entrepreneurial threshold of entrepreneurs, accelerating the development process of entrepreneurs, improving the success rate of entrepreneurship, and forming a gathering place for innovation resources in the hydrogen energy industry.

4. South China Agricultural University

Situated in Guangzhou, “The City of Flowers”, South China Agricultural University (SCAU) is a high-level university listed in the “Double-First Class University Program” of China. SCAU covers a total campus area of 546.6 hectares, of which constructed area is over 1.39 million square meters. With beautiful scenery and a pleasant environment, the university is selected as one of the ten most beautiful campuses in China. The university has formed valuable traditions and shaped distinguished features as reflected by the university motto Upgrading Integrity, Broadening Knowledge, Pursuing Truth, Seeking Breakthroughs. We provide high-quality knowledge, education, and research, and were evaluated as “excellent” for undergraduate education by the Ministry of Education.

5. Chaoxuan Intelligent Research Institute

 Chaoxuan Research Institute is a leading technology and mode research and development institution set up by Chaoxuan Group. The Institute brings together academicians and experts in various fields and has an academic committee and some expert committees.

6. UNESCO Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Alliance

Our brains depend on information to work optimally. The quality of information we engage with largely determines our perceptions, beliefs, and attitudes. It could be information from other persons, the media, libraries, archives, museums, publishers, or other information providers including those on the Internet. People across the world are witnessing a dramatic increase in access to information and communication. While some people are starved for information, others are flooded with print, broadcast, and digital content. Media and Information Literacy (MIL) provides answers to the questions that we all ask ourselves at some point. How can we access, search, critically assess, use, and contribute content wisely, both online and offline? What are our rights online and offline? What are the ethical issues surrounding the access and use of information? How can we engage with media and ICTs to promote equality, intercultural and interreligious dialogue, peace, freedom of expression, and access to information? Through capacity-building resources, such as curricula development, policy guidelines and articulation, and assessment framework, UNESCO supports the development of MIL competencies among people. Free and open online courses are available for self-paced learning about MIL. Through media and information technologies, the Organization facilitates networking and research through the Global Alliance for Partnerships on MIL (GAPMIL) and MIL University Network. The recently launched MIL CLICKS social media initiative is also part of UNESCO’s strategy to enable media and information-literate societies.

7. Mega Science

Founded in 2021. Science popularization means to bring science to the general public, disseminate knowledge, and foster a scientific way of thinking among people. In particular, science popularization refers to the understanding of science and public engagement. In this way science popularization is a powerful tool and a strategic measure to build a modern society, not only disseminating useful knowledge and skills but also spreading a general approach and a common culture. In general, conflicts between the science community and public opinion are connected to people’s distrust but also to scientists’ prejudice. In some cases, science is not correctly understood by non-scientists due to the use of technical jargon and wrong communication. We believe that every topic can be the object of scientific popularization; it only depends on the communication skills of who is in charge of the dissemination and the way to disseminate it. That is why we are glad to cooperate with Mega Science, the first platform of science popularization that creates and shares content in three languages and diverse areas of science.


Chinese, Spanish, and English

I. Congress Scientific Board 

Cabero Z. Marco A., President Anden Road Countries for Science and Technology.

Ojeda S. Mary L., Unidad Central del Valle del Cauca – Tuluá.

Perez C. Jose G., Unidadad Central del Valle del Cauca – Tuluá.

Ruiz de La Quintana Jorge C., Research Director, Univalle University.

Zhou Jinfeng, Secretary-General of China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation (CBCGDF).

Wong Linda, Deputy Secretary General of the China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation (CBCGDF).

Yuan Sherry, South China Agricultural University.

Gonzales R. Maria J., National Head of Promotion of the Comprehensive Development of Forests and Land of the Authority for the Supervision and Social Control of Forests and Land for Bolivia.

Zhou Candice, Zhonguancun Dongsheng International Science Park.

Lamas Edwin, Facultad Nacional de Ingeniería, Universidad Técnica de Oruro.

Ming Li, Zhou Candice, Zhonguancun Dongsheng International Science Park.

II. Congress Organizational Board:

Moreno G. Daniel H., Universidad Central del Valle del Cauca – Tuluá.

Otero Valle Maria Nadiezda, Didactic Comprehensive Management in Sustainable Hydrosanitary Engineering, Univalle University.

Dr. Bushanova Violetta, Kazakhstan University of Innovative and Telecommunication Systems.

Santos Indala Edwin, Universidad San Francisco Xavier de Chuquisaca.

Shao Xiaoting, Secretary-General of GTC, China Forestry & Environment Promotion Association.

Sliwa Krzysztof, Universidad de Bielsko-Biala, Poland.

Tan Yiyong, Deputy Secretary-General of the Garbage Treatment Working Committee of China Forestry and Environment Promotion Association.

Wu Chao, Founder of Youth Promoting Global Sustainable Development Network (YPGlobalSDN).

Wu Qiuling, Founder of Upbeing, an online platform.

Zhao Liu, Founder Beijing Yuelv Architectural Design Co., Ltd.

Zhao Yanyan, Vice President of Beijing Chaoxuan Intelligent Science and Technology Research Institute.

Participants are kindly requested to bear their own transportation and accommodation expenses. Given the constraints on available funding, attendees are always welcome to attend the congress online.


Forum 1.-  Green Development Agenda

The green development agenda is a critical initiative that aims to promote sustainable development and biodiversity conservation through international collaborations in science. The importance of the green development agenda lies in its ability to address the challenges of environmental degradation, climate change, and poverty alleviation. The green development agenda is a comprehensive approach that seeks to balance economic growth with environmental protection and social equity. It is a call to action for governments, businesses, and individuals to work together to create a sustainable future for all. The green development agenda is essential because it recognizes that economic growth and environmental protection are not mutually exclusive, but rather, they are interdependent. The green development agenda is a long-term strategy that requires a collective effort from all stakeholders to achieve its objectives. The green development agenda is a crucial step towards creating a sustainable future for our planet and future generations and it is part of the first forum of the World Green Science Day Celebration.

Forum 2.-  Green Science Popularization

Green Science Popularization is vital for fostering widespread awareness, understanding, and engagement with environmentally sustainable practices. As societies grapple with pressing ecological challenges, such as climate change and biodiversity loss, the dissemination of green science knowledge plays a pivotal role in shaping informed decision-making at individual, community, and policy levels. By making complex environmental concepts accessible to the public, green science popularization inspires a sense of shared responsibility for our planet. It empowers individuals to adopt eco-friendly behaviors, influences consumer choices, and encourages the integration of sustainable technologies. Moreover, a well-informed public can drive demand for green policies, influencing governments and industries to prioritize environmentally conscious practices. Ultimately, the popularization of green science is not just an educational endeavor; it is a catalyst for positive change, contributing to the creation of a more sustainable and resilient future. The Green Science Popularization forum is a vital section of the World Green Science Day celebration.

Forum 3.- Green technology and its applications

Green technology and its applications are crucial for addressing contemporary environmental challenges and fostering a sustainable future. By emphasizing the development and deployment of eco-friendly solutions, green technology aims to minimize the ecological footprint of human activities. Whether in energy production, transportation, waste management, or construction, the adoption of green technology mitigates the impact on the environment, reducing pollution, conserving resources, and curbing greenhouse gas emissions. These innovations not only contribute to environmental conservation but also drive economic growth by fostering industries focused on renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable practices. In essence, the importance of green technology lies in its potential to harmonize human development with the preservation of our planet, creating a pathway toward a more resilient and environmentally responsible global society.

Forum 4.- Global initiatives in harmony with nature

Global initiatives in harmony with nature are of paramount importance as they recognize the interconnectedness of human well-being with the health of the planet. In the face of pressing environmental challenges, such as climate change, biodiversity loss, and ecosystem degradation, collaborative international efforts are essential. Initiatives that prioritize harmony with nature promote sustainable practices, conservation of natural resources, and the protection of biodiversity. By fostering a global mindset of stewardship, these initiatives encourage responsible consumption, the adoption of eco-friendly technologies, and the restoration of ecosystems. Embracing a harmonious relationship with nature not only safeguards the delicate balance of ecosystems but also contributes to the resilience of communities worldwide. Such initiatives recognize that the well-being of humanity is intricately linked to the health of the planet, emphasizing the need for collective action to ensure a sustainable and thriving future for both people and the natural world.

Forum 5 Hydrogen Energy, an alternative for the future

Hydrogen energy stands as a pivotal alternative for the future, offering a transformative solution to the pressing challenges of climate change and sustainable energy. As a clean and versatile energy carrier, hydrogen holds the potential to revolutionize various sectors of our economy, including transportation, industry, and electricity generation. Its production, particularly through green methods like electrolysis powered by renewable energy, promises zero-emission energy. Hydrogen can serve as a storage medium for intermittent renewable sources, addressing the challenge of energy storage and grid stability. By fostering hydrogen adoption, we can significantly reduce carbon emissions, enhance energy security, and drive the transition to a more sustainable and resilient energy landscape, marking a critical step toward a greener and more environmentally conscious future.

III. Congress Draft Agenda

Under preparation


Dr. Shantel Guillaume, Email: editorial@journalasc.org

Outlook for the celebration of the WGSD in 2023

The popularization of science ought to touch on issues such as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), biodiversity conservation, and green development. These are areas that need immediate attention to realize the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It is feasible to design programs that can be sustainable over time and even included in university curriculums to engage youngsters to popularize science and scientific education. Efforts to improve the popularization of science can be directed in at least three directions: the general public, children and young adults, politicians, and entrepreneurs. Also, initiatives to make scientific and technological knowledge accessible and familiar to the general public should be complemented by educational reforms that support the role of science teaching in primary and secondary schools as well as a significant expansion of hands-on experimental activities. After all, science is an experimental endeavor. We have entered a period of technological prosperity. The advancement of science has never been so rapid, the scope of science has never been so broad, and the responsibility of fostering and promoting scientific culture has never been so vital and weighty as it is today. In our quest to popularize science, we must promote scientific culture as a way of life, viewing it as the most important component of advanced culture and the cornerstone of science and technology power. This is the only way to advance our scientific cause, and it is also our historical responsibility.

How did the Science Culture Construction start?

During the “1st Annual Meeting on Science Literacy 2021: A Prerequisite for Stimulating Climate Change Engagement” organized in November 2021. Several institutions and organizations from different fields around the world including research, academia, education, innovation, and technology, agreed on the First Declaration on Science and Climate Literacy across the Latin American and Caribbean regions. In 2022, we prepared a second version of the declaration, and in 2023, we launched its third version inviting the community of researchers, practitioners, scientists, activists, and the general public to work together to promote the harmonious development of science and technology, to contribute to the improvement of public science literacy, climate literacy, biodiversity conservation, green science, and green development to create a better future for the whole of human society.

Figure 3. The first version (2021) of the Declaration on Science and Climate Literacy. Source: Andean Road Countries for Science and Technology (ARCST)

In 2023 the updated version of the Declaration on Science and Climate Literacy is shown below.

Figure 4. Third version (2023) of the Declaration on Science and Climate Literacy across Latin America and the Caribbean. Source: Andean Road Countries for Science and Technology (ARCST).

How are SCC and the WGSD related?

The “South-South Biodiversity Science Project (SSBSP)” initiated by the China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation (CBCGDF) and the Green Science Project (GSP) initiated by the Andean Road Countries for Science and Technology (ARCST) joined efforts to start the first of the four phases of the SCC through Science Popularization to raise awareness of climate change in Latin America and the Caribbean. The project in Latin America and the Caribbean aims to develop a foundation for the scientific cause and build a community with a shared future for mankind.

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