In a lecture at the Berlin Science Week, Philip Kitcher, Professor Emeritus at Columbia University, New York, highlighted the ‘understandable reasons’ slowing climate action.
In an interview with Academia Europaea Cardiff Knowledge Hub, Prof. David Allison of Indiana University talks about obesity, nutrition and his passion for evidence-informed policymaking.
With 25% of Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) emissions in Europe coming from buildings, scientists advocate fundamental policy changes.
The Senegalese politician calls on Africa’s governments, private sector and scientists to create endogenous resources and solutions to reduce the continent’s scientific dependence on the West.
Examining how SDGs 6 and 14 could be achieved.
Genetically modified mosquitoes are used worldwide to fight the spreading of diseases. But this technique must be used with care.
Climate and biodiversity experts worked together to determine the best measures to advance the SDGs in both areas simultaneously. Unprecedented changes in climate and biodiversity, driven by human activities, are synergistically and increasingly threatening nature, human lives, livelihoods and well-being worldwide. Biodiversity loss and climate change are both driven by human economic activities and reinforce…
The Science in Exile project is building momentum.
Quality Research in Africa and Why It Is Important – 5/5 – What Are the Challenges to Scientific Research in Africa?
Scientists in Africa meet more or less the same challenges as their colleagues in other parts of the world.
Quality Research in Africa and Why It Is Important – 4/5 – What Is the State of Scientific Publishing in Africa?
AAS is pushing for Open Access publishing of scientific results.