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International Day of Charity

In an increasingly interconnected world, acts of charity and kindness have profound ramifications that echo beyond borders. Celebrated annually on the 5th of September, the International Day of Charity embodies this spirit. It's a day to rally communities, NGOs, and stakeholders across the globe to amplify the role of charity in building strong, inclusive societies.

I. The Profound Impact of Charity in the Global Landscape

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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.
This content aligns with Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing by discussing 310 tiglianes reported during 1967–2022, including the mechanisms of action of tiglianes against HIV and discusses the anti-HIV structure–activity relationship of certain tiglianes.
This content aligns with Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing by discussing the medical applications and limitations of five US Food and Drug Administration–approved INSTIs for the treatment of HIV/AIDS and preexposure prophylaxis for HIV-1.
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RELX Environmental Challenge 2023: five shortlisted projects to bring safe water and sanitation to communities around the world

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).
In this episode of the "World We Want" podcast, Márcia Balisciano speaks to Dr. Christian Leitz, Managing Director, Secretary of Corporate Culture and Responsibility Committee, and Group Historian and Lead for Long-Term Archives at UBS. During the course of their conversation they cover the challenges to achieving sustainability from all aspects—from historical lessons to providing financial impetus to invest in sustainability.
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.
This content aligns with Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing by discussing the shifting epidemiology and current management of ESKD in people living with HIV.

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