Tuesday June 15 2021 – Stakeholder Consultation on STI Policy Needs. Domain: Climate Change

INTELCOMP PROJECT. A COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE CLOUD/HPC PLATFORM FOR CLIMATE CHANGE STI POLICY MAKING (GRANT AGREEMENT NUMBER 101004870)

On June 15th 2021, the IntelComp Project organized one virtual Consultation Workshop on Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) Policies in the Climate Change domain, dedicated to exploring the needs of STI policy makers and policy stakeholders in this domain.

Objectives

The objective of this workshop was for participants to guide IntelComp towards relevant policy questions to be addressed with the use of Artificial Intelligence-based tools. More specifically to help us:

  • Identify relevant policy questions in the Climate Change domain
  • Finetune formulation of relevant policy questions in the Climate Change domain
  • Prioritise STI policy needs in the Climate Change domain
  • Highlight missing angles
  • Understand what are most suitable and practical functions and outputs IntelComp should have

Audience

  • Public Administration: Policy Analyst / Intelligence Analyst / Data Management Expert / Policy Officer; High Level Policy Maker / Decision Maker; Project Officer / Funding Officer; Monitoring Officer / Evaluation Expert.
  • Stakeholder: Academic (Universities, Research Centers…) / Industry Expert / Civil Society Organization or Advocacy Organization Expert.

Registered participants (organizations) [PDF]

Agenda

Welcome and setting the scene [PDF]

Introduction to policy questions 

  • Conceptual framework and explanation of policy cycle focus (agenda setting and evaluation)

        Presentation Policy Questions [PDF]

        List Policy Questions [PDF]

"Teaser" Presentation of Intelcomp data tools [PDF]

Intelcomp Climate Workshop domain presentation

Discussion on policy priorities and corresponding policy questions in 2 break-out groups

Domain Discussion [PDF]

  • Group A: Focus on Agenda setting

         Mural Agenda Setting [PDF]

  • Group B: Focus on Evaluation

         Mural Evaluation [PDF]

Closing

Next steps [PDF]