‘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’.
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.
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.
According to a study, conserving 30% of land will safeguard 70% of terrestrial plant and vertebrate animal species, while 68% of all clean water will be made available.
The International Astronomical Union urged its over 120,000 members to address climate change via scientific and educational outreaches, together with various other activities.
Knowing the impact of climate change on quality and supply of water at the scale of local communities is crucial to mitigate it.
At least two years’ wait for GM Rice production
ICTP Staff Associate In-Sik Kang awarded prestigious climate prize
Video testimonies collected by young people in their communities around the world form the basis of a network that allows for the expression of their concerns and for a dialogue with scientists and policy makers.
World-leading experts, at a recent webinar, presented up-to-date scientific information and guidance for societal, climate and ecological benefits of natural and managed boreal forests.