IRD publishes the second volume of the booklet “Science of sustainability, understanding, co-constructing, transforming”, comprising 42 fact sheets on the science of sustainable solutions.
The second ‘Open Science in the South’ symposium held in Cotonou, Benin Republic, in October 2022, was a great success and resulted in many recommendations.
An IIASA study shows that maternal education, and particularly secondary education, plays a significant role in reducing deaths in newborns and children under five years of age, in both rural and urban areas of India.
XV International Scientific and Practical Conference “Education and Science for Sustainable Development”
It is expected that scientists, educators, and students in the field of ecology, sustainable development, natural resources management, chemistry, chemical technology, sociology, economics, and management will take part in the conference. The work of the conference will be organized in sections: – Environment and Sustainable Development; – Green Chemistry for Sustainable Development: – from Fundamental…
The ‘International Astronomical Union’ has announced the maiden winners of its three new prizes, created earlier this year: the Astronomy Outreach Prize, Astronomy Development Prize and Astronomy Education Prize.
The CAP conference, held at least every two years, is co-organised by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) Commission C2, Communicating Astronomy with the Public (CAP) and the IAU Office for Astronomy Outreach (OAO).
The Congress hosted by the UNESCO Chair of Scientific Education for Latin America and the Caribbean is held biannually rotating the host in the University members of the Chair, This year Guatemala will host the event in a hybrid modality, seeking to spark discussions around the new normality, Science Didactics, STEAM models to be implemented…
In an Op-ed article, João Guilherme Ometto, a Brazilian engineer, maintained that quality education and science is what rural communities in his native country direly need, ahead of the IYBSSD2022 opening ceremony.
Systems thinking to link sustainability goals to chemistry education through the Planetary Boundaries framework
“Basic sciences are the sine qua non for sustainable development.” This compelling statement introduces the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development (IYBSSD) on its home page, outlining the necessary role for basic sciences in meeting global sustainability challenges. And yet global practices of basic sciences education require re-orientation to equip learners at secondary…
Students’ future has been halted as governments of Malaysia, Nepal and seven other Asian-Pacific nations reopen shopping malls and other businesses, but kept schools closed over COVID.