In northern Cambodia, the Kulen Prom Tep wetlands near Siem Reap, offer a range of benefits from water for household use and farming, to vegetables and small animals for good.
Protecting the wetlands of Kulen Prom Tep - SUMERNET film series on “Climate change and water insecurity”
The burning of rice straw in the fields after the harvest is causing air pollution. In central Thailand's Suphanburi province, SN researchers are conducting assessments and raising awareness to prevent rice straw burning.
Uncertainty is central to the lives of people living along the Ayeyarwady River. Many local communities live with the knowledge that flash floods and river bank erosion can wash their houses and boats away.
In the dry and arid central region of Myanmar, water for drinking and farming is scarce. Village communities eke out a living growing peanuts and sesame, walking or using bullock carts over long distances to get water for their homes and farms.
The idea of sustainable development means that, for an intervention to be sustainable, it must take into account the social, economic, and environmental consequences it generates and lead to conscious choices in terms of trade-offs, synergies, and spinoffs it creates.
For a climate intervention to be sustainable, it must take into account not only the environmental, but also the social and economic consequences it generates.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development emphasizes the interconnectivity and complexity of the challenges that face humanity and calls for a holistic approach that require the combined inputs of the United Nations system, in partnership with Governments, non-governmental entities, and the com
This video provides an introduction to key concepts around women’s access to justice from the perspective of family law.
2030 Agenda and the SDGs are not merely items on a checklist but represent a holistic approach to understanding and tackling problems by guiding us to ask the right questions at the right time.
Global Engagement & Empowerment Forum on Sustainable Development (GEEF) is an annual international event, organized by the Institute for Global Engagement & Empowerment (IGEE) at Yonsei University and the Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens, where all stakeho