There is need for countries to integrate food systems into their climate plans. But Haseeb Bakhtary writes that measures on changing diets, food-linked deforestation, and food waste are lacking in most climate plans.
The 5th edition of the ‘Polish Scientific Networks’ holding at Wrocklaw University, between June 3 – 5, is the occasion to present the latest data on how climate changes impact both environment and society, and how best to respond to them.
In a recently-published study, scientists warned that millions of lives are at risk in climate-vulnerable communities, due to lack of early warning systems for extreme weather conditions.
Supported by numerous unions and scientific organizations, Abdulsalam MAHMUD reports that the idea to tag 2022 as ‘International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development’, was mooted in 2017.
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.
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.
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.
A new study by some international researchers has revealed that global maize and wheat production may be affected by 2030 if current trends of climate change persist.
es effets Effects of climate change are greater in the Mediterranean and Middle East than in other regions of the world, a workshop report reveals.
The entire world risks facing food insecurity, human displacement, and conflicts by 2030 as extreme weather events persistently increase, reports Ruth Douglas.