In April 2021 the Royal Irish Academy, supported by funding from the Communicating Europe Initiative at the Department of Foreign Affairs, convened a virtual roundtable discussion focusing on how the higher-education (...
Europe’s sustainable future depends on the state of the Atlantic
The InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) urges world leaders to improve ocean health by stopping habitat destruction and the spread of environmental contaminants, fighting climate change and overexploitation, and adopting...
With 25% of Europe’s greenhouse emissions coming from buildings, scientists suggest fundamental policy changes.
The 10th IAP Young Physician Leaders Programme will be held on 22-26 October 2021 in conjunction with the World Health Summit in Berlin
If you missed the third webinar of the Higher Education Building Forward Better sustainability series you can watch it now
European Academies Re-Elect Antonio Loprieno as ALLEA President and Annette Grüters-Kieslich and Luke Drury, MRIA as Vice-Presidents.
In this report ALLEA examines the potential of technical and policy measures to tackle science disinformation and calls for improved European exchange and coordination in this field.
If you missed the second webinar in a series addressing the question, ‘How can higher education “build forward better”?’ in the post Covid-19 context you can watch it now.
This Commentary by EASAC and FEAM emphasises the responsibility of the health sector to reduce its own GHG emissions, and work with other sectors to accelerate decarbonization of the wider economy
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