This article advances SDG # 3, 4, 8, 10 and 13 by compiling evidence showing that climate change and its various consequences can adversely affect brain development in the fetal through the early childhood stages. Long-term consequences on health, education and economies are significant. T
This article advances SDG # 13 by identifying political economy "enabling conditions" of climate action and recommends a framework for assessing and measuring progress.

One Earth, Volume 6, 15 September 2023

This article advances SDG # 13 through its Visual Earth (art feature) depicting the need to act now on Climate Change.
This article advances SDG # 13 by arguing that flaws with carbon offsets, such as exaggerated climate benefits, emission avoidance rather than carbon removal, non-durable carbon storage, greenwashing, and double-counting, ultimately make the current system incompatible with the Paris Agreement.
The data in this study highlights how important it is for future mental health policy and practice to incorporate support for those experiencing climate-related emotional distress and its mental health impacts.

The Lancet Regional Health - Europe, Volume 31, August 2023

This Comment supports SDGs 3 and 13 by highlighting the negative health impacts of climate change around the world and in Europe, and noting that populations most impacted by climate change tend to be the least responsible for contributing to it. The authors note that, like in the Global South, the most disadvantaged communities in Europe bear disproportionate burdens of negative health impacts of climate change, but that addressing this inequity is not currently an explicit goal of EU policies.
The short comment supports SDGs 12 and 13 and advocates the concept of LIFE that focusses on an individual's responsibility to utilise resources mindfully and contribute their share to saving the planet. This concept was introduced by the Indian government at COP 26

Trends in Ecology and Evolution, Volume 38, August 2023

This work highlights what we know about climate change impacts that have happened and discuss future directions for research. It supports SDG 13 and 14.
The demand for solar energy as a clean way to power human lives is increasing, but solar panels are land-intensive and may compete for space with farms. In this article, the authors examine how agrivoltaics (combining farming and solar technologies) can provide synergistic benefits together rather than in isolation, showing positive benefits in climate mitigation, climate resilience, and land equivalent ratios. This contributes to SDGs 2 (ensuring the promotion of sustainable agriculture), 7 (harnessing sunlight to power society), and 13 (agrivoltaics as a way to combat climate change).
This Health Policy paper supports SDGs 2, 3, and 13, by identifying and examining the debates that arose from the publication of the EAT–Lancet Commission, systematically examining how research has been directly influenced by the Commission, and synthesising identified research gaps to build a research agenda for healthy and sustainable food systems.