Addresses the Health Effects of Climate Change: a new expanded climate and health strategy based on data, science, and action.

Current Opinion in Green and Sustainable Chemistry, Volume 30, August 2021

Opportunities and challenges toward the electrocatalytic conversion of methane to methanol.
Research on pollution reduction due to global lockdowns, and how this benefit could be sustained.
To show the importance of climate action and to celebrate the more than 5-year collaboration between the Elsevier Chemistry journals department and the Elsevier Foundation, we have compiled this special issue, highlighting top chemistry content related to SDG 13 and providing information on past winners of the Green & Sustainable Chemistry Challenge.

Current Opinion in Green and Sustainable Chemistry, Volume 31, 2021, 100504

Recent advances in electrochemically mediated CO2 capture and release using redox-active sorbents and mediators.

Trevor M. Letcher, 1 - Global warming—a complex situation, Editor(s): Trevor M. Letcher, Climate Change (Third Edition), Elsevier, 2021, Pages 3-17

This book chapter advances SDGs 13 and 15 by examining how pollution and greenhouse gases contribute to global warming, as well as addressing the social and ethical impacts of climate change.

Biomass, Biofuels, Biochemicals, Circular Bioeconomy - Current Status and Future Outlook, 2021, Pages 413-443

This book chapter advances SDG 7 by showing the scope of the application of MET as a sustainable technology to sequester atmospheric CO2 and simultaneously produce value-added by-products at an efficient engineering level and discusses the bottlenecks associated with these technologies.
This book chapter advances SDG 7 by focuing on carbon capture, utilization, and storage techniques, with a special scope on mineral carbonation, as a promising solution toward a carbon circular economy. The challenges and perspectives of these different technologies will also be exposed.

Peter D. Sly, Adverse Environmental Exposure and Respiratory Health in Children, Pediatric Clinics of North America, Volume 68, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 277-291

This article advances SDG 3 by explaining how pollution, especially air pollution, is a major cause of childhood morbidity and mortality.

The Lancet Planetary Health, Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2021, Pages e25–e38

This report is part of the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019 and directly addresses SDG 3 and indirectly supports other SDG targets, including SDGs 7 and 8, by highlighting the substantial burden of deaths and diseases attributable to air pollution in India, and the subsequent economic loss due to lost work output, corresponding to an estimated $36·8 billion—1·36% of India’s gross domestic product (GDP). These findings demonstrate the immense economic and public health benefits that could be achieved by implementing state-specific strategies to reduce ambient particulate matter pollution, household air pollution, and ambient ozone pollution in India.