Low-carbon technologies that are smaller scale, more affordable, and can be mass deployed are more likely to enable a faster transition to net-zero emissions.
Recognising exemplary contributions to chemistry outreach.
How can science help to progress toward economics systems that would be more sustainable (and more fair)?
We already told you about TROP-ICSU (aka Trans-disciplinary Research Oriented Pedagogy for Improving Climate Studies and Understanding), lead by IUBS and the International Union for Quaternary Science. ISC three-year funding ended at the end of 2019, and a recent blog post by ISC (a partner of IYBSSD 2022) reports on the main results. Three achievements…
A recent work shows that the total water stock in Lake Chad has been increasing over the past 13 years. This is encouraging because the lake concentrates environmental, economic and political issues.
Satellite technology is being increasingly seen as a tool to reduce inequalities in the crucial development decade to 2030.
The International Science Programme at Uppsala University supports IYBSSD 2022. Let’s have a look at their vision on the relationships between basic sciences and sustainable development.
The coronavirus pandemics should remind governements that supporting science and scientist is an important long term effort. The case for Nigeria.
The current pandemics gives a peculiar look to some content of the report published in September 2019.
Open access of scientific results will be an important topic during IYBSSD 2022. GYA, one of our supporters, is involved in this field.