The leishmaniases are a complex group of devastating diseases with a wide clinical spectrum that annually affects more than 1 million people throughout 98 countries, leading to approximately 20,000 deaths per year in its most severe form, the visceral leishmaniasis.
Flooding is the most frequent disaster in Indonesia, causing significant damage. Almost all areas in Indonesia experience flooding and more than 1 million households are affected on an annual basis.
Managing water resources in an equitable and sustainable manner in the context of climate change can be arduous in the Mekong region, especially in times of water scarcity.
The SDG India Index, 2018 offers critical insights into the status of SDG adoption and implementation in India.
Severe food insecurity and hunger have increased in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and this has been partly attributed to climate change and soil degradation.
To determine the suitability of a location for generating solar energy, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) uses solar data derived from measurements on-board the geostationary satellite Kalpana.
In 2014, the Republic of Korea (ROK) created a non-governmental organization (NGO) that was given special consultative status under the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
Over two-thirds of households in India still rely on traditional biomass for cooking.
Floods highly impact rural communities, especially those living on river banks whose livelihood is highly dependent on agriculture and farming.
The case study aims to provide a future reference on SDGs contribution as: (1) Achieve food security and promote sustainable agriculture that aims for zero hunger in the future; (2) Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns; and (3) Adapting farming for climate change that aims to ta
This case study reviewed the new possible approaches utilized to implement the inter-linkages of the critical component of Goal 15 for addressing forest development to tackle deforestation, land degradation, and the protection of biodiversity, especially the target 15.2 and 15.3.
The TanSat mission is the first Chinese mini-satellite dedicated to the detection and monitoring of carbon dioxide (CO2).