At a workshop and in a new report, scientists, engineers, planners and policymakers, have highlighted the challenges and opportunities to decarbonizing Africa’s transport sector.
According to the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU’s) latest Women in Parliament in 2021 report, the global proportion of women lawmakers is increasing as more countries achieve gender parity in parliament.
In recognition of her outstanding medical career and commitment to improving global health, Prof. Helen Rees, an ASSAF member, has become a recipient of the ‘French National Order of Merit’ award.
Immediate investment in large-scale land restoration is needed to mitigate harms caused by degradation, now directly affecting half the world’s population, says a UN report.
In Thailand, winners of the ‘DOW-CST Award’, a contest which promotes implementation of small-scale chemistry laboratory techniques among teachers and students, have received scholarships and royal plaques.
The International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) is pleased to announce that it will host the Centenary Symposium of the International Union for Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP), from 11 to 13 July 2022.
In his remark at the launching of “2022 IYBSSD with Universities in Korea,” Michel Spiro, expressed belief that Korean authorities will organize events to celebrate the ‘International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development’. Abdulsalam MAHMUD reports.
By practicing ‘regenerative farming’ to address climate change, a report by the European Academies of Sciences, says agricultural production will be transformed on a global scale.
Drought-resistant crops and ‘speed breeding’ could offer solutions to acute food insecurity which, according to a report, almost doubled between 2016 and 2021.
Israel’s ability to ensure the well-being of its citizens depends on the country’s economic, natural, human, social and cultural resources, a report by Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities concludes.