An initiative that gives a voice to science experts.
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.
Scientists fear a new Ebola strain might emerge in the Democratic Republic of Congo if two versions of the disease mix together to form a new, potentially deadlier version.
The Science Council of Japan made the very interesting exercise of classifying the resolutions it adopted in the period 2014-2017 according to the SDGs. Let’s have a look at SDG16 and SDG17.
Some developments about why we need basic sciences to achieve the SDGs.
Difficulties on the road toward SDGs depend both of the state of the scientific knowledge and social and political agreement.
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.
The signature of a MoU between IUPAC and IUPAP about IYBSSD 2022.
Climate Smart Agriculture helps to preserve the environment together with food security in Malawi.
The Science Council of Japan made the very interesting exercise of classifying the resolutions it adopted in the period 2014-2017 according to the SDGs. Let’s have a look at SDG14 and SDG15.