Locally emerging resistance to treatment is major health threat in sub-saharan Africa.
Supporting the SDGs: A Guide for Merit-Based Academies – 2/6: Why should academies support the SDGs?
There are two good reasons for science academies to work on SDGs.
Law and rights in science.
Science for the SDGs – Part 23: The 2030 Agenda: a shared compass to harness advances in science and technology 5/7
The SDGs must be a compass, but which direction is not fixed once and for all.
A partnership will help more countries to use a well proven technology to have more informations about their crops.
Listen to women scientists!
An example of a worsening retroaction between two SDGs : climate action (SDG13) and zero hunger (SDG2).
Why a guide about SDGs for science academies?
What are the key messages of the recommendation?
Science for the SDGs – Part 22: The 2030 Agenda: a shared compass to harness advances in science and technology 4/7
Several international scientific assessments are today produced on a more or less regular basis. How can they really inform, and influence, policies?