LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
15 December, 12.00-13.30 (CET)
Deliverd by Sir Prtha Dasgupta and entitled: Sustainable Development and Inclusive Wealth: Problematics
“Intelligent Machines, Emotions, and Our Planet”, 13-14 January, 2022. Explores the frontiers and social challenges created by the increased interplay between human emotions, machines and nature.
to curb overfishing, biodiversity loss, and CO2 emissions, and to safeguard food and livelihoods, WTO must ban harmful fisheries subsidies.
Ocean and land ecosystems remove around 50% of human induced CO2 emissions from the atmosphere each year and this is taken for granted in climate models. But what if they are eroded in the current pace?
See video of international symposium examining how demographics affect the environment and what impact changes in the environment and climate can have on the population.
Research identifies four areas where the use of AI-technologies can create risks for both people and planet.
A new analysis explores governance approaches likely to reduce risk from extreme events
Fish, shellfish and algae offer untapped potential for global development if the right policies and investments are put in place.
Find out all about Beijer Institute research, activities, policy interactions and more for the past year in the new Annual Report.
Researchers map how cities' green areas support peoples health by stimulating physical activity.
Act now or face an uncontrolled experiment on planet Earth, Nobel laureates and other experts warn, following the Nobel Prize summit.
Quotes, videos and reflections from the first of two science sessions during the Nobel Prize Summit 2021.