Integrating Science & Technology into Development Policies: An International Perspective (Complete Edition ‐ ISBN 9264032096)
Abstract:Science and Technology is a key driver of economic growth, and it may also help provide answers for managing resources and reducing pollution, addressing climate change and preserving biodiversity, as well as reducing disease and safeguarding health and well‐being, while maintaining the general quality of life. This publication provides the proceedings of an international workshop, held in South Africa, intended to address how international co‐operation in science and technology can further the three inter‐related aspects (economic, social and environmental) of the development process. The workshop focused on good practices in international S&T partnerships, specifically in the areas of water and energy.
ForewordExecutive SummaryWorkshop ResolutionsPart I. Introduction‐Opening Address by Rob Adam, Director‐General, Dept of Science and Technology, Republic of South Africa‐Opening Address by Richard Manning, Chair, OECD Development Assistance Committee‐Keynote Address by Mosibudi Mangena, Minister of Science and Technology, Republic of South Africa‐Rapporteur's Summary by Candice Stevens, OECD Sustainable Development AdvisorPart 2. Plenary PresentationsChapter 1. International Science and Technology Co‐operation for Sustainable Development: Background and Issues by Yukiko Fukasaku, OECDChapter 2. Technological Learning and Sustainability Transition: The Role of Institutions of Higher Learning in Africa by Calestous Juma, Harvard UniversityChapter 3. Regionalism and Technology Development in Africa by John Mugabe, New Partnership for Africa's Development and University of PretoriaChapter 4. Elements of Effective Technology Transfer and Stimulating Entrepreneurship by Wendy Poulton, EskomChapter 5. Effective Technology Transfer and Stimulating Entrepreneurship: Strategy and Examples by Uwe Brekau, Bayer AGChapter 6. The Persistent Bandwidth Divide in Africa: Findings of the African Tertiary Institution Connectivity Study and Lessons for Developing Knowledge Infrastructure and Networks in Africa by Robert Hawkins, World BankChapter 7. Developing Knowledge Infrastructure and Networks for Sustainable Development by S. Arungu‐Olende, Queconsult, Ltd. KenyaChapter 8. Assessing International S&T Co‐operation for Sustainable Development:"Art of the State" by Michael Kahn, Centre for Science, Technology and Innovation Indicators, South AfricaPart 3. Session on WaterChapter 10. Summary of the Water Breakout Session by Bruno Bodage, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, FranceChapter 11. Integrated Water Resources Management and Knowledge Transfer by Harsha Ratnaweera, Norwegian Inst for Water ResearchChapter 12. Experiences from an Interdisciplinary Vietnamese‐Germany Project on Decentralised Water Systems by Joachim Clemens, University of Bonn and Le Quang Minh, University Can Tho, VietnamChapter 13. Nile Basin Capacity‐Building Network for River Engineering by Sherif M. El‐Sayed and Samir A. S. Ibrahim, Hydraulics Research Institute, EgyptChapter 14. International Scientific and Technological Co‐operation of the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage in the Field of Irrigation for Sustainable Development by F. B. Reinders, Intl Commission on Irrigation and Drainage, South AfricaChapter 15. Coupling Surface and Ground Water Research: A New Step towards Water Management by José Galizia Tundisi, IAP Water Programme, BrazilChapter 16. Implementing the New Partnership for Africa's Development Initiative (NEPAD) on the Creation of Centres of Excellence on Water Science and Technology by Salif Diop, UNEPChapter 17. Waterpool: The Austrain Competence Network for Water Resources Management by Wolfgang Fischer, Graz UniversityChapter 18. Sharing Information and KNowledge about Water: Groundwater Examples by Slavek Vasak and Jac Van Dder Gun, Intl Groundwater Assessment Centre, The NetherlandsChapter 19. Water Scarcity Impacts and Management Responses: Examples from Australia by Shinichiro Ohgaki, University of TokyoChapter 20. Water Resources Management in Megacities by Shinichiro Ohgaki, University of TokyoPart 4. Session on EnergyChapter 21. Summary of the energy Session by Alicia ignone, Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy, and the EnvironmentChapter 22. Energy Efficiency Metrics by Ian Househam, Intl Inst for Energy Conservation, South AfricaChapter 23. Taking Advantage of the Untapped Water and Energy Efficiency Opportunities in Municipal Water Systems by Mike Rabe, Alliance to Save Energy, South AfricaChapter 24. Public Benefit Charge to Support Energy Efficiency and Research and Development: Lessons from Brazil by Gilberto M. Jannuzzi, University of Campinas, BrazilChapter 25. Mediterranean Renewable Energy Programme by Chedli Chakroun, Ministry of Industry and Energy, TunisiaChapter 26. Energy andEnvironment Partnership with Central America by Markku Nurmi, Ministry of Environment, FinlandChapter 27. Research for Sustainable Development: Experiences in Austria by Brigitte Weiss, Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation, and Technology, AustriaChapter 28. International Networks to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Industrial Production by Peng Sizhen, Ministry of Science and Technology, ChinaChapter 29. Energy and Sustainable Development in Africa: The Case of Mali by Aliou Maiga, Mali Folkecenter and University of Bamako, MaliAnnex. Developing Countries' Perspective on Energy and Water Issues by Stephanie Dippenaar, Thokozani Simelane,Wilson Mathekanya, Mongameli Mehlwana and Thobeka Nkosi, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, South Africa
Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: June 1, 2007