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
Synergetic Inter-linkages for national SDGs implementation : “Knowledge-Based Sharing Platform for Sustainable Food Production - Supporting and Monitoring System for Women Farmers”
Synergetic SDGs national level inter-linkages implementation: “Environmental system: Observation Deforestation Effect in Global Tropical Forest”
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).
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a set of aspirational ideas that build on a set of tangible targets and indicators that provide the bedrock on which these ideas can be achieved.
Poor terrain conditions as result of climate change, made it hard for farmers to cultivate their land during the dry season.
Neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) are a diverse group of infectious diseases that affect more than one billion people in 149 countries with millions of others at risk.
The Maldives, an atoll island chain consisting of 1,192 islands in the middle of the Indian Ocean, are at high risk from rising sea-levels with a maximum elevation of 2.4m above mean sea-level.
From 2015-2018, the City of Cape Town in South Africa underwent a severe drought resulting in a water crisis.
The Role of Sustainability-oriented Social Enterprises in Boosting Green Livelihoods and Business Opportunities in Rural Contexts
High reliance on agrichemicals poses several threats to farmers and food systems: health problems, caused by prolonged exposure to the chemicals and residuals in food; financial uncertainties, due to rising prices and due to the fact that farmers mostly depend on middle
The tragedy of common heritage: environmental conservations and the exploitation of the resources of the deep seabed
The deep seabed, some 4,000 meters below the ocean’s surface, hides the last untouched reservoirs of mineral resources on Earth, a part of the global commons to be shared by all.
Towards a Framework for Implementing National level Inter-linkages through Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): “Review of tools to link the drivers and benefits of Forest Cover in Malaysia”
This case study reviewed the current approaches utilized to implement the inter-linkages in the context of the SDGs. These approaches are then applied in the context of implementing inter-linkages of the drivers and benefits of forest cover in Malaysia.
Towards the end game: operational research on improving rural housing in sub-Saharan Africa as a strategy to support malaria elimination
Most of malaria infection in sub-Saharan Africa occurs indoors and at night. In 2018, this region accounted for 213 million malaria cases and 380,700 malaria-related deaths.
The transboundary Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna (GBM) basins provide for food, water, and energy to a very large population. However, unregulated infrastructure developments, unsustainable land use practices, and climate change pose a threat to the river system.
When it comes to gender equality in employment, transport as a sector has done very poorly.