This book chapter advances SDGs 13, 12 and 15 by discussing climate change and its causes and effects on water resources and implications for adaptation.
This is the first epidemiology study to comprehensively investigate the associations between the daily hospital visits for IgE-mediated allergy and the short-term exposure to air pollution in southern China

Immunology and Allergy Clinics of North America, Volume 41, Issue 1, February 2021, Pages 33-52

This article advances SDGs 3 and 13 by explaining the defining concern and challenge for medical science worldwide to the continuously increasing burden of ill-health, low quality of life, and socioeconomic inequality arising because of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs).

Young-Jin Choi, Kyung Suk Lee, Jae-Won Oh, The Impact of Climate Change on Pollen Season and Allergic Sensitization to Pollens, Immunology and Allergy Clinics of North America, Volume 41, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 97-109,

Climate change represents a massive threat to global health that could affect many disease factors in the twenty-first century. Among previous reports, climate change influences the development of asthma and allergic diseases and influences pollen productions that induce allergic manifestations. This article supports SDG 3 and 13.
Despite the importance of tropical forest conservation in achieving global sustainability goals and the key role of forest-risk commodity trade in driving deforestation, consumer country policy option
Cellulose-based solutions can improve environmental performance of food packaging. Food products require specific barrier functions from cellulose-based packaging. Eco-design enables quantifying environmental performance and identifying trade-offs. Fulfilling the barrier requirements for food product packaging is crucial.
The latest price movement in the European carbon markets (EU ETS) has reached its all-time high of €40/tonne, which demonstrates how much uncertainty is currently present in the market. Contributing to SDGs 12 and 13, this white paper provides scenario-based impact analysis of the market stability reserve in the context of the EU ETS review.

Trends in Food Science and Technology, Volume 108, February 2021

The food industry creates significant environmental, economic and social impacts. The food industry have therefore shown interest in assessing the sustainability of their activities, however, most sustainability analyses are currently done after the food product is designed. The food industry can use methodologies and tools to support sustainability assessments. Sustainability assessments should be undertaken in the first stages of the new product development process.
This paper investigates the relationship between institutional freedom and environmental resources from the perspective of forest carbon sinks, which is different from previous studies. This paper examines the shape of the relationship between forest carbon sinks and economic development.
The novelty of this study is the capacity to assess a large volume of diverse literature in this topic; identifying temporal and geographic patterns in the literature, who conducted the research, where is the research located, what were the major research topics and themes, where are the gaps, and what are the priorities for future research. Finally, the findings of this study can provide a summary of the status quo of the global greenery research, identify the hot themes in the literature and knowledge gaps, and recommend future research directions, as well as to highlight the existing worldwide relationships between researchers and countries.