Tanya Abrahamse Susan Avery Hilary McDonald Beckles Joji Carino Rosie Cooney Abdallah Daar Gebesa Ejeta Vladimir Fortov Fabiola Gianotti Ke Gong Joerg Hacker Maria Ivanova Eugenia Kalnay Eva Kondorosi Reiko Kuroda Dong-Pil Min Carlos Nobre Rachendra Pachauri Shankar Sastry Hayat Sindi Wole Soboyeyo Laurence Tubiana Judi Wakhungu Ada Yonath Abdul Zakri Ahmed Zewail

Members of SAB

The members of the Scientific Advisory Board

The SAB is composed of 26 eminent scientists representing all regions and many scientific disciplines relevant for sustainable development: the engineering, political and natural sciences are represented as well as for example oceanic, climate and biodiversity research. In addition, all members of the SAB have extensive and manifold experience with international scientific cooperation as well as the science-policy interface.

Board members are appointed in their personal capacity, and not as representatives of their respective States or of any other entities with which they may be affiliated. They will serve on a pro bono basis for a period of two years, with the possibility of renewal for one subsequent two-year term at the discretion of the UN Secretary-General.

Tanya Abrahamse, South Africa

Eva Kondorosi, Hungary

Susan Avery, USA

Reiko Kuroda, Japan

Sir Hilary McDonald Beckles, Barbados         

Dong-Pil Min, Republic of Korea

Joji CariƱo, Philippines

Carlos Nobre, Brazil

Rosie Cooney, Australia

Rajendra Kumar Pachauri, India

Abdallah S. Daar, Oman

Shankar Sastry, USA

Gebisa Ejeta, Ethiopia

Hayat Sindi, Saudi Arabia

Vladimir Fortov, Russian Federation

Wole Soboyeyo, Nigeria

Fabiola Gianotti, Italy

Laurence Tubiana, France

Ke Gong, China

Judi W. Wakhungu, Kenya

Jorg Hinrich Hacker, Germany

Ada E. Yonath, Israel

Maria Ivanova, Bulgaria

Abdul Hamid Zakri, Malaysia

Eugenia Kalnay, Argentina

Ahmed Zewail, Egypt