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This review paper highlights the significance of rewilding using reptiles for the purpose of ecological restoration and it outline the consequences for reptilian rewilding under climate change.
This Review supports SDGs 3 and 15 by exploring the links between climate change, biodiversity loss, and infectious diseases. The authors focus on the social, political, and financial factors that frame these issues, and suggest that a better understanding of these interactions is needed to drive solutions.

2025's World Leprosy Day: A Unified Call for Dignity and Healing

Celebration and Recognition

World Leprosy Day is commemorated each year on the final Sunday of January, promoting worldwide unity in the battle against leprosy. On January 26th, 2025, this day will occur. In India, January 30th is an important event that is observed annually to pay tribute to Mahatma Gandhi's death anniversary. Gandhi was a strong supporter of the rights and respect for individuals stricken with leprosy.

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Dynamic Aquaria, Fourth Edition: Building and Restoring Ecosystems and the Biosphere, 2024, pp 167-180

This chapter advances the UN SDG goals 13 and 14 by reviewing how to calculate species count in a high-veracity ecosystem model for use in climate resilience and aquatic conservation settings.
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The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health, Volume 8, March 2024

Adolescent girls are not receiving the support they need to thrive and are continuously disadvantaged by inattention and broad inequalities that limit their tremendous potential. Their potential is enormous—as is their belief in a better future.
In support of SDG 3, the authors present a student mental health support system, based on artificial intelligence and big data analysis. The system designed through the research aims to provide a personalized mental health support and guidance resource for students, who face increasing psychological pressure in today's society. The system also provides effective mental health monitoring and support tools for ongoing mental health promotion activities in educational settings.

Join Us in the Fight Against Drowning on World Drowning Prevention Day 2024!

The yearly observance of World Drowning Prevention Day on July 25th serves as a worldwide rallying cry to end the horrific toll that drowning takes. Today, we must not forget the need to combat one of the top causes of accidental death on a global scale. The United Nations General Assembly endorsed Resolution A/RES/75/273, "Global drowning prevention," in April 2021.

Prompt Action to Avoid Drowning

2024's World Patient Safety Day: An International Appeal for Safer Healthcare

Celebrated on September 17 every year, World Patient Safety Day is a major international occasion aimed at improving patient safety and lowering avoidable medical errors. Patients, healthcare professionals, legislators, and international organizations come together on this day to promote safer healthcare practices across the globe.

Sources and International Acknowledgment

Elsevier, Research Policy, Volume 53, March 2024
World Intellectual Property Day 2024 is highlighting the critical importance of intellectual property (IP) in catalyzing the human innovation and creativity needed for achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This study provides an overview of the key debates and the recent evidence on the societal role of Intellectual property rights (IPRs).
Image of water with World Water Day Special Collection title

Every year, World Water Day raises awareness and inspires action to tackle the water and sanitation crisis.  To mark World Water Day 2024, Elsevier has curated a free special collection of journal articles and book chapters.  This year’s theme for World Water Day is Water for Peace.  Discover research relating to clean water and sanitation from across a broad range of disciplines including the effects of racism, social exclusion, and discrimination on achieving universal safe water and sanitation in high-income countries and challenges faced by developing economics to mitigate the impacts o

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