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Do people who got Ebola in Guinea in 2013 – 2016 and survived have long term health conditions? Yes, answers a new study, that show that research must be made even when ther is no urgency any more.
In 2019, the report of the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) recalled the extent of biodiversity loss worldwide. In this context, the improvement of biodiversity exploration techniques is essential to implement targeted actions to protect ecosystems.
In arid and semi-arid environments, the land is vulnerable, densely populated and exposed to the wind. In these regions, wind erosion must be taken into account to the same extent as water erosion to anticipate soil changes for agriculture.
Informal economy is not black or illegal economy: it corresponds with unreported precarious jobs, which in some countries account for the overwhelming majority of jobs. Hence the importance of quantifying it.
Carrying diseases such as chikungunya or dengue fever, the tiger mosquito is found in French overseas territories but also in the south of France. It is therefore essential to control this species, which raises new issues about control methods.
In the 1980s, the development community realised that many initiatives in favour of Global South countries were partial successes, sometimes even blatant failures.
Since the 1950s, the number of deaths caused by floods in Africa has increased fivefold. Human and cimatic factors are responsibles.
Knowledge of river flow, which is crucial information for agriculture, research or power generation, is not available everywhere from the ground. Satellites can remedy this.
The important congress about research and innovation for sustainable development has a new date, one year later.