The important congress about research and innovation for sustainable development has a new date, one year later.
IRD has made public and free data gathered in West Africa’s estuarine, lagoon and continental ecosystems.
The results of a new study show that achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement will require a deep reduction in global greenhouse gas emissions, ideally by around 40% to 50% by 2030.
A report synthesize the current knowledge from oceanic and atmospheric sciences about the El Niño -Southern Oscillation, one of the most influential weather phenomenon over the world.
A combination of a new satellites data processing and economical modelling helps to evaluate the possibility to achieve one of the SDG7 target in sub-Saharan Africa: universal access to affordable, reliable and modern energy services.
The use of antibiotics in aquaculture is likely to increase with climate change, leading to the emergence of more resistant bacteria.
Education reduces the vulnerability of populations toward climat change, but also can increase slighlty greenhouse gases emissions.
How can marine areas to be protected be most effectively defined by reconciling several SDGs?
Low-carbon technologies that are smaller scale, more affordable, and can be mass deployed are more likely to enable a faster transition to net-zero emissions.
We already told you about TROP-ICSU (aka Trans-disciplinary Research Oriented Pedagogy for Improving Climate Studies and Understanding), lead by IUBS and the International Union for Quaternary Science. ISC three-year funding ended at the end of 2019, and a recent blog post by ISC (a partner of IYBSSD 2022) reports on the main results. Three achievements…