Open access and the climate crisis: capturing carbon dioxide directly from the air
Mihri Ozkan, professor of electrical engineering at the University of California, discusses her research on eco-friendly battery materials, green wearable technologies, and direct air capture of CO2.
Open access and SDG13: Approaching the climate crisis as a global social problem
Dr Daniel Balting, doctoral researcher at the Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, discusses his work on identifying regions affected by climate change and developing adaptation strategies for them.
Open Access, Climate & SDG13: A Revolution in Access, Transparency and Accountability
Oliver Hauser, Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Exeter Business School, discusses the impact people’s decisions have on the environment and future generations’ opportunities.
Channeling Smart Technology to Improve the Sustainability of Cities
Introducing the new open access journal Smart Construction and Sustainable Cities.
Employing Architecture’s Whole Lifecycle to Promote SDG11: Making Habitats Sustainable
The new open access journal Architectural Intelligence seeks to create a multi-disciplinary dialogue platform, to support sustainable cities.
Bringing Back Social Determinants of Health to Nursing
How nursing education can support the re-integration of SDOH into nursing, and why it is vital.
A Brighter Future for Nurses, A Stronger Health System
Utilizing eLearning to offer nurses continued education and networking opportunities in support of their future, for a stronger health system.
Our Nurses. Our Future. Our Mental Health
Supporting nurses through education and professional development is crucial to maintain and empower the health system in dealing with mental health challenges.
Exploring the Intersection of Plant Pathology and Sustainable Development
Anna Brugger on how her research contributes to Sustainable Development Goals and the critical role of plant pathology in biodiversity conservation and sustainable agriculture.
Linking Biodiversity Conservation, Carbon Markets and Gender Equality in Science
Ecologist Marcia Marques shares how biodiversity conservation and carbon markets can work together in preserving tropical forest resources.