This Review supports SDG 3 and 13 by describing the effects of increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration and air temperature on sources of airborne allergens such as pollen and fungal spores, and exploring three translational mitigation approaches that may lead to improved health outcomes.
In 2021, RELX continued to build on our strong corporate responsibility (CR) performance during the year, further improving on our key internal metrics and extending the scope of our unique contributions. This article is linked to SDGs 1,3,10,11,12,13 and 16, in line with RELX's areas of expertise.
This article supports SDG 15 through its review of ecologically-based farming systems.
This chapter advances the UN SDG Goal 3: Good Health by covering the range of approaches to the control of tick and tick-borne diseases.
This article supports SDGs 11, 6, and 13 by analyzing the impact of Denver Water's annual energy use and water use alongside local precipitation over a 20-year period from 1995 to 2014 and highlighting the implications for altered energy footprints as water utilities respond to new precipitation patterns in a changing climate.
This is a really interesting paper of the risks that Northwest Atlantic poses on the leatherback turtle, such as plastic bags and rope.
Biomass is a sustainable and review source. However, its conversion to chemicals is always challenging. This article produces high-value bioadhesive materials as a byproduct of chemicals from biomass. Using advanced technology such as electrochemical oxidation, clean energy and fuels can be produced from biomass, addressing SDG 7&13.
The research seeks to estimate biogas production potential from livestock and slaughterhouse wastes in Ghana, in order to promote biogas technology as a possible alternative in the search for sustainable energy management methods and in support of the SDG goals.
This paper shows that although climate policies can sometimes slow the pace of economic growth, in the long term the benefits of avoided climate change impacts will overweight policy costs
Valuable chemicals can be produced from agricultural apple fruit waste, which needs to be well managed and has the potential to improve sustainability. This article uses a low-cost catalyst to enhance the efficiency of chemical production from apple fruit waste. This work contributes to affordable energy production, economic growth and CO2 emissions reduction, which are related to SDG 7, 8 &13, respectively.