The first ten years of the Office of Astronomy for Development was a glorious chapter in the life of OAD itself, writes Kevin Govender.
Policy interventions could rescue smallholder farmers in Nepal who stand to lose up to a quarter of their income by 2050 due to the effects of climate change, a research project revealed.
Kelsey Calhoun, writes on how the physics career of Surujhdeo Seunarine, a Professor at University of Wisconsin, in River Falls, USA, was launched by the ICTP Postgraduate Diploma Programme.
Nature in Common – Beyond the Nagoya Protocol, one of the first summary books on implementation of the major international agreement for global biodiversity governance, is out.
Young computer scientists and talented mathematicians are invited to apply for participation in the ‘9th Heidelberg Laureate Forum’ to hold in Germany.
Two years after 193 Member States passed a resolution at a UNESCO General Conference in 2019, the ‘Open Science Recommendation’ has been adopted.
Member States of the United Nations have approved the promulgation of 2022 as the ‘International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development’ (IYBSSD2022).
Climate change disproportionately affects the world’s most vulnerable populations, but redistributing revenues from carbon tax can promote equity and protect marginalized populations, says a new study.
Workshops will assist scientists in developing countries to access and analyze astronomical data for their research.
In her new role as President, International Association of Cryospheric Sciences (IACS), Liss Marie Andreassen, hopes to work with IUGG to reduce our carbon footprint and advance cryospheric sciences.