Hydropower electricity generation would benefit more from a 1.5°C than a 2°C global climate warming scenario, shows a case study in Sumatra.
Pathways to transformation related to the global environmental commons also need more science.
How do young chemists envision sustainability in chemical education?
Since the 1950s, the number of deaths caused by floods in Africa has increased fivefold. Human and cimatic factors are responsibles.
As coronavirus emergency requires accurate and reliable information, more media outlets should have journalists trained in science.
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 SDG9.
Some interesting reading about carbon neutral european cities.
We continue to read the SDGs science report, and come to the Science and technology part about Global environment commons.
A new working group of the Earth Commission, with renowned scientists from institutions around the world including IIASA, will investigate future pathways of how humanity might develop sustainably to ensure a safe and just world for all.
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.