Sadly, Frank Nash is no long able to support the SciPolicy web site. At 85, his strength (financially and physically) is starting to ebb. We had hoped that the site could serve as a beacon for supporting social and political change. If we can only improve our collective e ability for decision-making, the world would be moving in a better direction. If you, or someone you know, might like to take on that project, please let me know! http://scipolicy.org/index.html
In other news, working with co-authors Eva Panetti, Adele Parmentola, and Marco Ferretti of Parthenope University in Naples – just submitted a paper on policy and theory for supporting sustainable technology innovation to the Journal: Technological Forecasting & Social Change. Another co-author Catrinel Cotae of Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urban Planning in Bucharest just submitted a paper on Circular Economy theory to the Journal: Resources, Conservation & Recycling. As usual, if you would like a copy, please let me know.
Steven E. Wallis, Ph.D.
Fulbright Specialist – Consulting on strategy, theory, and policy
Meaningful Evidence, LLC