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.
‘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.
The recent meeting between the President, Academy of Sciences of Moldova, and the Moldovan Ambassador to Qatar has presented opportunities for scientific collaboration among researchers in the two nations.
Until 15 November 2021, a submission platform will receive proposals for sessions and posters in the 2022 edition of ESOF.
A communique posted by InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) has highlighted the need for countries to anticipate climate change risks, and quickly implement actions to reach net zero climate-resilient future by 2050.
51 museums and libraries across United States, the US, have received between $1,500-$10,000 as grants to boost vaccine confidence among Americans.
A three-part webinar series scheduled for September 15, 22 and 28, 2021, will explain how the ‘Global South’ is grappling with the question of ‘Sustainable Consumption’.
The International Science Programme, ISP, has welcomed HE Prof Ameenah Gurib-Fakim (Former President of the Republic of Mauritius) and Prof Tom Britton (Dept of Mathematics, Stockholm University, Sweden) as its new Board members.
This Summer School represents a turning point for a new kind of outreach, looking at the scientific progress of developing countries, among other things.