This chapter advances UN SDG goals 11 and 13 by examining the current state of CO2 capture and conversion technologies and their deployment at the industrial scale to achieve net-zero CO2 emissions.
This chapter advances the UN SDG goals 12 and 11 by focusing mainly on the IPLC perspective in seabird conservation. By understanding this worldview and the associated approaches, we can set the stage to build a bridge between both groups in an effort to achieve more effective approaches to seabird conservation.

Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Volume 15, September 2022

Increasing road traffic in China means roadkill is a large and growing problem there. This paper analyses patterns in order to support mitigation measures.
This chapter advances UN SGD goals 11 and 13 by providing introductory knowledge on urbanization trends and their implications in the context of global environmental change, as well as highlighting major challenges to be addressed and the need for disruptive smart solutions.
This chapter advances UN SGD goals 11 and 13 by introducing the concepts of climate change adaptation and mitigation and depicting the scale of challenges that need to be addressed.
This chapter contributes to SDG 6 by investigating Iran's water crisis caused by the depletion of water resources and providing technological solutions to adapt to the crisis and achieve a water resources equilibrium.
This scoping review was able to identify 25 tools and methods for assessing health vulnerability and adaptation to climate change, using the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) scoping review guidelines. 
This Article supports SDG 11 by investigating the impact of environmental sustainability in a developing nation (South Africa) through information and communication.

Science Bulletin, Volume 67, 15 September 2022

Big Earth Data infrastructure must further condense and abstract common workloads and application models with consideration for the features of Big Earth Data and the typical needs of SDG-related applications.Systems should be designed and built based on benchmarks, with integration and scheduling of services and resources as a central focus (e.g., high-performance, high-throughput, intelligent computing and cloud services). Focusing on transparent data access and efficient data circulation will help integrate software and hardware for increased performance, capacity, and flexibility.
Orphan crops are crops hold little significance at the global scale but play vital role in the food and nutrition security in the developing world.