Network of African Science Academies
The Network of African Science Academies was formed in December 2001 as an independent forum, for African science academies to discuss scientific issues of common concern.
Member academies are:
- African Academy of Sciences
- Cameroon Academy of Sciences
- Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences
- Kenya National Academy of Sciences
- Madagascar's National Academy of Arts, Letters and Sciences
- Nigerian Academy of Science
- l'Académie des Sciences et Techniques du Sénégal
- Academy of Science of South Africa
- Sudan Academy of Sciences
- Tanzania Academy of Sciences
- Uganda National Academy of Sciences
- Zambia Academy of Sciences
- Zimbabwe Academy of Sciences
Statement on climate changeEdit
In 2007, the Network of African Science Academies submitted a joint “statement on sustainability, energy efficiency, and climate change” to the leaders meeting at the G8 Summit in Heiligendamm, Germany.
“A consensus, based on current evidence, now exists within the global scientific community that human activities are the main source of climate change and that the burning of fossil fuels is largely responsible for driving this change.”
- "About NASAC". Retrieved 2008-03-30.
- "Joint statement by the Network of African Science Academies (NASAC) to the G8 on sustainability, energy efficiency and climate change" (PDF). Network of African Science Academies. 2007. Retrieved 2012-08-28.
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