Canada promotes international science cooperation and friendship at annual meeting of science ministers
“We are currently facing many global challenges, from climate change to food and water security. The strong international science cooperation and friendships that we forge through our meetings are essential in solving these challenges.”
– The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport
The Carnegie Group meetings are an informal platform for science ministers to exchange ideas about practices and national policies on science and innovation and to talk about major scientific issues.
The first Carnegie Group Meeting of Science Ministers took place in New York City in 1991.
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