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嘉士伯集团在达沃斯启动青年科学家社区项目

在达沃斯举办的世界经济论坛上,嘉士伯集团宣布启动一项名为“青年科学家社区”的项目,旨在应对气候变化和水资源短缺的全球性重大问题。通过发布题为“可能是世界上最好的工作”并鼓励众多消费者参与该项目。

嘉士伯集团正在寻找世界上最聪明的年轻博士后来加入这个科学家的社区,包括博士后研究员、专家、大学和实验室(如嘉士伯研究实验室)。该项目为青年科学家们提供了一个绝佳的机会,让他们能够立足于久负盛名的嘉士伯实验室取得的成就上,对激动人心的新项目进行研究,为以科学为基础和以伙伴关系为导向的可持续性研究树立新的行业标准,并制定解决方案来构建一个更美好的未来。

“嘉士伯青年科学家社区”将针对全球一些最紧迫的挑战性问题制定创新的解决方案,并助力实现嘉士伯集团雄心勃勃的可持续发展项目“迈向零目标”,该项目特别关注碳排放和水资源浪费。集团的碳排放目标被公认为符合“巴黎协定”中更雄心勃勃的目标--1.5°C碳排放要求,并强调公司致力于为可持续发展目标做出贡献。

嘉士伯集团首席执行官郝瀚思对此表示:

“伙伴关系和科学研究对于解决世界上的一些全球性挑战至关重要。通过青年科学家社区,我们正以已经取得的科学成就和创新为基础去应对这些挑战,并实现我们长期可持续发展的目标和愿景。

“我们正在寻找减少酿造对环境影响的各种方法,而年轻科学家们将在这项工作中发挥关键作用。青年科学家社区将为我们实现2030年水资源和碳排放目标提供创新的解决方案,造福于嘉士伯集团和整个世界。“

嘉士伯青年科学家社区将由嘉士伯研究实验室负责。嘉士伯研究实验室拥有突破性的创新研究,如发现pH值、提纯酵母以及发现耐气候的大麦等。该社区将了解全球嘉士伯集团的价值链和专业知识,并有机会测试新解决方案的规模效应。

提高公众认知对于我们在2030年前实现可持续发展日程目标至关重要。因此,嘉士伯青年科学家社区项目的启动也以“可能是世界上最好的工作”为题在社交媒体上进行广泛宣传。这个项目将在达沃斯举办的世界经济论坛年会上正式宣布后开始推行。

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Carlsberg Group launches Young Scientists Community in Davos

At the World Economic Forum in Davos, the Carlsberg Group has announced the launch of a Young Scientists Community aimed at addressing some of the worlds major challenges around climate change and water scarcity. The Community is being launched with a consumer-engaging job posting under the heading The best job for the world. Probably.

The Carlsberg Group is looking for the world’s brightest young postdocs to work in a community of scientists, including postdoc fellows, experts, universities and laboratories such as the Carlsberg Research Laboratory. The Community offers an amazing opportunity for young scientists to build on achievements made at the historic laboratory and develop exciting new projects that set new industry standards for science-based and partnership-driven sustainability research, developing solutions for a better tomorrow.

The Carlsberg Young Scientists Community will develop innovative solutions for some of the world’s most pressing challenges and help deliver on the Carlsberg Group’s ambitious sustainability programme Together Towards ZERO, focusing specifically on ZERO carbon footprint and ZERO water waste. The Group’s carbon targets are recognised as being in line with what is required to achieve the Paris Agreement’s more ambitious target of 1.5°C, and underline the Company’s commitment to contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals.

Commenting on the announcement, Carlsberg Group CEO Cees ’t Hart says:

Partnerships and science are crucial to addressing some of the worlds global challenges. With the Young Scientists Community we are building on our history of science and innovation to address these challenges and achieve our long-term sustainability targets and ambitions.

We are looking at all options to reduce the environmental impact of brewing, and the young scientists will play a key role in this work. The Young Scientists Community will identify innovative solutions for achieving our 2030 targets within water and carbon for the benefit of the Carlsberg Group and the world.

The Carlsberg Young Scientists Community will be led by the Carlsberg Research Laboratory – home to ground-breaking innovations such as the pH scale, purified yeast and climate-tolerant barley. The Community will have access to the global Carlsberg Group value chain and expertise, as well as opportunities for testing the scaling of new solutions.

Creating awareness is crucial to achieving the sustainable development agenda by 2030. Thus, the launch of the Carlsberg Young Scientists Community is accompanied by a social media activation entitled “The best job for the world. Probably”. The campaign was launched following the official announcement at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos.

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