Europe needs healthy ecosystems that benefit biodiversity and people and are resilient to climate change.
Since 2011, the IAU Office of Astronomy for Development (OAD) has funded over 200 projects that use astronomy as a tool to address challenges in communities and achieve SDGs. OAD’s Dana Ficut-Vicas and Maria Alejandra Diaz write on the changes these projects are creating in their communities.
IIASA is proud to announce that 11 researchers from across various IIASA programs have been named on the 2022 Highly Cited Researchers™ list from Clarivate.
On December 1 (this month), the Korean Academy of Science and Technology (KAST) held its ‘KAST Roundtable Discussions’ on “The Role of Basic Science in Overcoming the Crisis of Energy and Climate Change.”
Fu Bojie has received this year’s TWAS – Lenovo Science Award, in recognition of his seminal contribution to the understanding of interactions between human beings and the environment, and their implications for sustainability.
School closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic affected learning to varying degrees in different countries. A new study sheds light on what this learning loss will mean for countries’ human capital in the decades to come.
Officially launched on September 2022, the BCOMING project will look at biodiversity conservation as a way of reducing the risks of infectious disease emergence, by focusing on three tropical biodiversity hotspots.
Climate activists worldwide have endorsed an 11th-hour deal for a loss and damage fund to compensate nations hit by climate catastrophes, the first of its kind in 30 years of climate negotiations.
IMU-CDC encourages applications from institutions in developing countries to the VLP and the Virtual VLP by March 15, 2023, for courses to be held between July 1, 2023, and July 1, 2025.
Over five episodes, this 5-part-series will provide detailed accounts of the complicated relationship between geopolitics and science…