With 25% of Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) emissions in Europe coming from buildings, scientists advocate fundamental policy changes.
As COVID-19 is still impacting global economies, we must rethink the innovative societies of tomorrow, to navigate today’s troubled waters, writes Catherine Beaudry.
The World Health Organization may have recommended a broad deployment of the first-ever malaria vaccine in Sub-Saharan Africa, but scientists say its acquisition and distribution will be an issue.
The Club of Rome wants the European Commission, EU, to take the lead in designing policies that go beyond focusing on GDP growth, to the wellbeing of mankind and the planet.
Currently a professor at the Racah Institute of Physics, Hebrew University, in Jerusalem, Eliezer Rabinovici, the new President of CERN Council, will assume office on January 1, 2022.
President of Slovenia, Borut Pahor, together with 1766 participants from 77 countries added glamour to the ‘8th European Congress of Mathematics’, held between 20-25 June, 2021.
‘Climate Change in Human Rights Courts: Overcoming Procedural Hurdles in Transboundary Environmental Cases’ will be the title of this year’s ‘Madame de Staël Prize Lecture’.
Members of the ‘Standing Committee for Gender Equality in Science’, SCGES, have highlighted in their Committee’s ‘1st Annual Report’, how they individually organized activities to promote gender equality and women in science.
A research paper, emerging from a IUPAC project, provides guiding principles for the regulatory evaluation of nanopesticides.
In this blog article, Lucy Richardson explores a tool for understanding behaviourial changes, and how it can be used to identify ways to help people afflicted by the change process.