This article supports SDG 2, SDG 3 and SDG 13 by demonstrating the importance of enhancing farmers’ perceptions of of Climate-Smart Agriculture potential to promote environmental stewardship with motivations by demographic, socioeconomic and ecological factors.
Our research explores how Stakeholder Capitalism can contribute to global governance to achieve all the 17 SDGs. The main findings revealed that Stakeholder Capitalism and its principles are favorable to foster a friendly environment for achieving most of the SDGs and can contribute to global governance in achieving mainly the SDGs 8, 9, and 17. However, Stakeholder Capitalism literature is incipient for the SDGs 6, 14, and 15, needing further research development by considering non-human stakeholders and the environment.
This Review supports SDG 3 by investigating how licensing could successfully improve the affordability of and timely access to biotherapeutics in low-income and middle-income countries, by identifying key elements needed to support access to affordable biosimilars in these countries.
In this episode of the “World We Want” podcast series and in support of International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women 2022, Joslyn Chaiprasert-Paguio, Senior Acquisitions Editor at Elsevier, talks to Alan Berkowitz and Lindsay Orchowski about the causes for violence against women and the potential solutions for society.
This article supports SDG 13 by demonstrating the climate change mitigation potential of different land-based options and highlighting the importance of analyzing their implications for biodiversity and other ecosystem services to support the design of solutions that can co-deliver for multiple challenges.
This Health Policy paper supports SDG 3 and 17 by highlighting major gaps in pandemic preparedness and response and identifying opportunities to reconceptualise health security by scaling up universal health coverage.
2022 HPCC Systems Community Summit
We are excited to announce the 9th annual HPCC Systems Community Summit will once again be held virtually this October! This year's event is free to attend and open to all users of HPCC Systems throughout the open source community.

Background: An alarming number of public health-care facilities in low-income and middle-income countries lack basic water, sanitation, hygiene (WASH), and waste management services. This study estimates the costs of achieving full coverage of basic WASH and waste services in existing public health facilities in the 46 UN designated least-developed countries (LDCs). Methods: In this modelling study, in-need facilities were quantified by combining published counts of public facilities with estimated basic WASH and waste service coverage.

This Commission supports SDG 3 by calling on all countries to both invest more and invest better in primary health care by designing their health financing arrangements in ways that place people at the centre and by addressing inequities first.