Tags: SDG 5, SDG 13
Climate change is not just an environmental issue, it is very much a social and gendered one too. Women and girls are more vulnerable to the effects of climate change than men, and yet they are often left out of decision-making processes on climate policies.
Tags: SDG 10, SDG 5, SDG 13, SDG17, SDG3
Annual report examines inclusion, climate action, and other Sustainable Development Goals.
Insects may play an important role in our diet, with the way the world is changing, says entomologist Dr Marwa Shumo.
Tags: SDG 10, SDG 5
Researchers from Latin America talk about their challenges as women in science and how to work with the media despite limited resources.
Tags: SDG5, SDG13
We believe that chemistry plays a critical role in developing a sustainable future. Chemists have a special responsibility to develop those new products, resources and processes to make that happen. After 5 successful editions of the Elsevier Foundation Green & Sustainable […]
Tags: SDG5, SDG10
Through Girls Inc. of New York City, students in Harlem are learning skills that will help them excel in business and beyond
Tags: SDG2, SDG5
The 2023 OWSD-Elsevier Foundation Award for Women Scientists taps researchers from Benin, Bolivia, Guatemala, Palestine, Mongolia, South Africa and Sri Lanka.
Thank you for participating in the Elsevier Foundation Chemistry for Climate Action Challenge! The first stage of the submission process closed on October 16. During the past weeks, our pool of experts worked to review the proposals. We’re proud to announce […]
Elsevier latest report explores how net zero research in the Global South is contributing to a clean energy future.
Tags: SDG3, SDG 10
Irene Offei Owusu has often grappled with the hard choice between family and career — occasionally being forced to sacrifice one for the other. “One challenge I have encountered is work-family balance,” says the epidemiology postdoctoral research fellow at the […]
Tags: SDG5, SDG13
Analysis shows that women publish fewer papers, and leave research sooner than men – who do nearly 80% of climate change research. Criteria for researcher selection must change.
Dora Tchiasso was filled with pride and self-doubt. Graduating with a Master of Public Health from the Catholic University of Central Africa in Cameroon felt like a special achievement. Her research was original and independent, and Tchiasso’s supervisor suggested she […]