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Posts Tagged ‘sustainable development’
Aluwani Nemukula, South African Climate Change Youth Ambassador, reports from the 17th Conference of the Parties to UNFCCC.
An environmental scientist from India shares her ideas for sustainable development. Read more
Everyone can dream, but with science you can act.
What motivates “Green Talents” in South Africa, China and Brazil? Hear their voices and learn about an exciting opportunity! Read more
Meet a Chinese “Green Talent” and find out how a publication changed his life.
What are the biggest challenges that science can help solve in South Africa?
Meet a “Green Talent” from São Paulo and learn about Brazil’s biggest sustainability challenges.
Meet a Kenyan winner of the Green Talents Competition and find out how his research contributes to sustainability.
Alexander Gusev, Russian Federation: In 2050, researchers will focus on water, space and information
Meet a “Green Talent” from the Russian Federation.
Meet a winner of the International Green Talents Competition 2010.
With International Mother Earth Day on the horizon, celebrating the beautiful mind of a Green Talent who is making the world more sustainable. Read more
“Pedestrians at crossroads: a case study of Bangalore” – PART II: URBAN SUSTAINABILITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE
City planning affects much more than you might think. Read more
Suppose I told you that I had a revolutionary idea that will allow you to write sustainably, save the planet, and save money all at the same time. Read more
At the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro (1992), also known as UN Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), the United Nations declared its commitment to the vision of sustainable development. Over 170 signatory states committed to translate this vision into practice by adopting Agenda 21, a global action programme to achieve sustainable development worldwide. After Rio, promises were made in Kyoto, Johannesburg and New York. However, on the eve of the eighteenth anniversary of the Earth Summit, the world still lags behind on sustainable development goals.
Countless marine wildlife and species are dead or dying from the catastrophic Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Jobs have been lost, the industry is suffering, people are dead….but maybe we can learn something from this. Maybe this could be a good thing. How? Read more to find out.