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The ICSU Regional Office for Latin America & the Caribbean (ICSU ROLAC) is a regional arm of a global organisation, which is reflected in this ICSU ROLAC website being part of the ICSU global website. This ROLAC website is a tool to connect the wider ICSU scientific community to scientists, policy makers, and the public in Latin America and the Caribbean. Our aim is to promote the three pillars of ICSU at the regional level: International Research Collaboration, Science for Policy and Universality of Science.

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The Rio+20 conference took place from 20-22 June 2012, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. ICSU represented the international scientific community in this process.

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Newsletter 2014/3
Newsletter 2014/3
Jan 29, 2015 The Newsletter 2014/3 is out. It covers the period from September to December 2014. Check it out!
Vacant: Science Officer Mar 25, 2015
ICSU ROLAC is looking for a Science Officer to be hired in June 2015.
ICSU Focal Points in LAC Mar 17, 2015
Last March 9-10, ICSU ROLAC convoked the ICSU National Members’ Focal Points in Latin America and the Caribbean LAC for a workshop in the University of Panama in Panama City.
Society and Nature Dec 08, 2014
Workshop "Society and Nature: Dialogue between natural and social scientists on the challenges of sustainability" Organized by ICSU ROLAC and ISSC Brazilian Academy of Sciences, Rio de Janeiro, September 30th – October 1st, 2014.
Science for Policy - Interoceanic Canal through Nicaragua Dec 02, 2014
International Workshop to Identify Major Scientific and Technical Issues Associated with the Interoceanic Canal through Nicaragua November 10th and 11th, 2014
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