The Science Diplomacy Center aims to:
- Provide thought-leadership with science diplomacy and its engine of informed decisionmaking;
- Assist current as well as future science diplomacy networks;
- Contribute to holistic (international, interdisciplinary and inclusive) integration with biogeophysical and socio-economic considerations at local to global levels for the benefit of all on Earth across generations by helping to develop options (without advocacy), which can be used or ignored explicitly with respect for the decisionmakers in view of:
- Governance mechanisms (laws, agreements and policies as well as regulatory strategies, including insurance, at diverse jurisdictional levels);
- Built Infrastructure (fixed, mobile and other assets, including communication, research, observing, information and other systems that require technology plus investment); and
- Coupling of governance mechanisms and built infrastructure for sustainable development.