Reduce inequality within and among countries

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Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, Volume 42, December 2021

Three basic social concerns are important to climate change: prosociality, egalitarianism, and concern with animals.
Focuses on rural electric inequality. This work proposes a rural electrification strategy that makes use of Geographic Information System (GIS), graph theory and terrain analysis to create the best electric network topology.
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Forensic Science International: Mind and Law, Volume 2, November 2021

A look at forensic psychiatry in Africa and how it's developed.
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16th October 2021

World Food Day is organized every year on October 16 to bring awareness to how our changing planet affects food production and distribution.

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The Lancet Oncology, Volume 22, October 2021

This Editorial, written ahead of COP26, discusses climate-related deaths, particularly from cancer and calls for climate action.
Rooftop solar installers submit fewer quotes to low-income households. Income-targeted marketing could pose barriers to equitable solar adoption. Customers that receive fewer quotes are less likely to adopt solar. Policymakers could design low-income solar programs to address supply-side barriers.
UK mechanisms touching on sustainable development are generally based on, and have as their over-arching objective, some variation of the so-called “Brundtland definition”. These mechanisms also widely reference the three interconnected ‘pillars’ of sustainable development, also known as the ‘triple bottom line’ of sustainable development. The UK approach has a bearing on all SDGs and in particular, SDGs 9, 10 and 13.
Social justice and food: discusses how to assess inequalities in access to home delivery of food during COVID-19 pandemic.
The review examined the potential of renewable and non-renewable energy resources and the current state of exploitation in Kenya.
The Consolidated Versions of the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the Eu-ropean Union (the EU Treaties) set out the constitutional framework for the EU. The Treaties do not attempt to define sustainable development or impose an EU-wide adoption of a common definition. This practice note sets out the approach to sustainable development at the EU institutional level. This has an impact on all SDGs but in particular, SDGs 9, 10 and 13.

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