The goal of this paper is to provide policy makers, urban planners, and other pandemic-related prevention and response interests with the justification to proactively integrate distributed microchip bioelectrical sensors into the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR)-suppo
Sugarcane production is an important activity and a major employer in the African agriculture, with an estimated six million people deriving their livelihood from the sugar industry. Given these contributions, any factor affecting the industry has an impact on the overall economy.
Between 13 February and 20 March 2020, Media for Community Empowerment (MACS) aired #ClaimYourWaterRights radio shows in Morogoro and Zanzibar, Tanzania.
The dramatic reduction of HIV/AIDS infections in the 1990s placed Uganda at the global helm of fighting the dread epidemic by far. Today, however, the epidemic landscape has greatly changed, and HIV infections are on the rise again especially among young people.
Assessing agroforestry practices and soil and water conservation for climate change adaptation in Kenya: A cost-benefit analysis
The mining sector in Mongolia has expanded dramatically over the past 30 years, bringing along environmental and social consequences and negatively impacting the livelihoods of local communities and herders.
Effective and innovative Big Data processing and analysis is becoming increasingly important for risk assessment in data-scarce locations, particularly when defining and scaling up the present human and economic value of assets and when characterizing the natu
Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing causes financial losses and decline in fish catches, harms biodiversity, and facilitates transnational crime and threatening human security.
Small island nations are on the frontline of Climate Change’s devastating impacts.
Most villagers around the Tonlé Sap lake rely on fishing activities to make a living, depending heavily on the seasonally flooded forests for fresh water, food, fuelwood and other essential natural resources.
Creation of Empirical Knowledge using ICT Tools for Sustainable Livestock Husbandry: Study Case of Mongolia
Livestock husbandry is a global contributor of socio-economy well-being by ensuring food security nevertheless, highly vulnerable to Climate Change impacts. In Mongolia, massive amounts of livestock die as extreme weather strikes.
Crunching Numbers: Quantifying the Sustainable Development Co-Benefits of Mexico’s Climate Commitments
This report quantifies – and offers concrete evidence of – the co-benefits that can be obtained by implementing the climate agenda in coordination with the sustainable development agenda in Mexico.
As an institute of higher educational, Daffodil International University (DIU) in Bangladesh is committed to respond to the universal call for the SDGs and has been taking actions to comply with the United Nation’s endeavors and to support the Government of Bangladesh for the achievement of desir
The United Nations estimates that over one in ten people across the world do not have access to clean water. Hence, affordable, eco-sustainable methods for water collection are a major global challenge facing society today, especially in developing countries.
The interaction between human beings and animals is beneficial but is also characterized with unintended consequences often threatening to humans, animals and their environment (Atlas and Maloy, 2014, Nading, 2013, Brown and Nading, 2019).