Prof. David J Drewry
EMMANUEL COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
Has been an expert
SINCE DECEMBER 2017
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David J Drewry
INSTITUTIONS: University of Cambridge
ALMA MATER: Queen Mary, University of London & Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge
ROLE AT UNESCO: Provides policy advice to the UK government on behalf of UNESCO on matters relating to the International Oceanographic Commission, International Hydrological Programme, Geoparks, the Man and Biospheres Programme and other Science related initiatives in the UK and abroad.
Established in 2001, the UNESCO World Book Capital is designed to promote books, reading and a love of literature. One city is chosen per year to be the UNESCO World Book Capital.
The purpose of the Prize is to reward an activity of outstanding merit which has contributed to the freedom, independence and dignity of peoples and to the strengthening of a new international economic, social and cultural order.
Established in 2014, the Prize is awarded every two years to a person, group or international institution that has made an outstanding contribution to the development of knowledge and society through art, teaching and research in social sciences and humanities.
The purpose of the International UNESCO/José Martí Prize is to promote and reward an activity of outstanding merit in accordance with the ideals and spirit of José Martí.
The Shenzhen Design Award for Young Talents (SDAY) is an international, professional competition for young designers under 35 who are from one of the UNESCO Creative Cities worldwide.
The Graines d’Artistes Children’s Arts Competition is an annual international free competition open to children and young people age 3 to 25 from across the world.
The Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize was created in 1989 to honour individuals or public and private bodies or institutions that have made a significant contribution to promoting, seeking, safeguarding or maintaining peace in conformity with the United Nations’ Charter and the Constitution of UNESCO.
The UNESCO Sultan Qaboos Prize for Environmental Conservation recognises outstanding contributions to the management or preservation of the environment.
By bridging the gap between science and society the benefits of scientific knowledge can be used to improve daily lives, empower people and find solutions to global, regional and local challenges. In order to strengthen communication between science and society it is important that efforts made in bridging the gap do not go unnoticed.
Established to give young scientists involved in research in green chemistry and allied areas in biochemistry, geochemistry, biotechnology, ecology and healthcare ample opportunity to demonstrate their inventiveness and provide important input to sustainable development.