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COP architects furious at lack of climate justice at pivotal summit

The summit led to UN agreements to tackle climate change and biodiversity loss, and a new UN focus on sustainable development. But Zakri now thinks he was “naive” to expect wealthy nations to keep their promises to protect the interests of poorer countries.

NOVEMBER 10, 2021

Overcoming obstacles to rebuild public trust in science

In February, with Covid-19 in full rage, Sudip Parikh, chief executive officer of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), published highly insightful thoughts on public trust in science.

AUGUST 24, 2021

Sir Peter Gluckman: Covid-19’s ticking clock

The rapid development of multiple Covid vaccines has been a triumph of science. But the entire Covid story is certainly not a triumph for politics and global cooperation. The pandemic rolls on, and the virus continues to mutate.

AUGUST 03, 2021

A Systems Understanding Underpins Actions at the Climate and Health Nexus

At the climate and human health nexus, a systems-based understanding of climate change and health should inform all stages of the policy process from problem conceptualization to design, implementation, and evaluation.

MARCH 18, 2021

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COP architects furious at lack of climate justice at pivotal summit

The summit led to UN agreements to tackle climate change and biodiversity loss, and a new UN focus on sustainable development. But Zakri now thinks he was “naive” to expect wealthy nations to keep their promises to protect the interests of poorer countries.

NOVEMBER 10, 2021

Overcoming obstacles to rebuild public trust in science

In February, with Covid-19 in full rage, Sudip Parikh, chief executive officer of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), published highly insightful thoughts on public trust in science.

AUGUST 24, 2021

Sir Peter Gluckman: Covid-19’s ticking clock

The rapid development of multiple Covid vaccines has been a triumph of science. But the entire Covid story is certainly not a triumph for politics and global cooperation. The pandemic rolls on, and the virus continues to mutate.

AUGUST 16, 2021

A Systems Understanding Underpins Actions at the Climate and Health Nexus

At the climate and human health nexus, a systems-based understanding of climate change and health should inform all stages of the policy process from problem conceptualization to design, implementation, and evaluation.

MARCH 18, 2021

Article Collection

November 08, 2021
We must ensure future generations inherit a liveable world

August 16, 2021
No Vaccine For Climate Change

March 18, 2021
A Systems Understanding Underpins Actions at the Climate and Health Nexus

January 19, 2022
How it feels to be a climate refugee
October 29, 2021
COVID-19 and the implications and response on urban and rural poor in Indonesia

September 27, 2021
Collaboration and innovation to overcome COVID-19 challenges

August 3, 2021
Sir Peter Gluckman: Covid-19’s ticking clock

April 15, 2021
Lessons learned from Covid-19 for the Science-Policy-Society Interface

December 2021
If COVID-19 is the 9/11 moment for global science advice, what needs to happen next?
October 15, 2021
Funding, indigenous people key to success

September 6, 2021
Can conservation and development co-exist?

August 24, 2021
Overcoming obstacles to rebuild public trust in science

August 12, 2021
Interview: How will plans to protect 30% of Earth work for Southeast Asia?

August 9, 2021
Biodiversity loss and climate change must be treated in parallel

July 31, 2021
Asean will benefit from the Global Biodiversity Framework

March 1, 2021
All is not well with environmental governance

February 8, 2021
Biden’s historic action on nature

January 30, 2021
Is massive tree planting a panacea to biodiversity conservation?

January 22, 2021
Malaysian experts keen to impart lessons on environmental diplomacy

December 9,2020
The benefits in shifting to a nature-positive economy
October 4, 2021
Businesses can’t ignore power of FTAs with human rights provisions

September 22, 2021
Support of indigenous people vital in conservation efforts

August 1, 2021
DOST: Public trust in science in PHL is high despite low budget

March 19, 2021
Brokerage at the science–policy interface: from conceptual framework to practical guidance

November 30, 2020
Asean-SAN will make science central to policymaking

December 23, 2021
Viewpoints: INGSA2021 Compendium of Think Pieces