Dresden, located in the heart of Europe, may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of pioneering sustainability initiatives.
Welcome to the picturesque shores of Bizerte, one of the most attractive towns in northern Tunisia. In this blog post, we embark on a journey to solve the pollution problem that threatens the historic Vieux Port of Bizerte.
A new blog entitled “Unleashing the Potential of Nexus Thinking for Sustainable Resource Management” has been published by Mirela Sertić Perić, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, Croatia.
The Department of Ecosystem Science and Management (ESM) in the College of Agricultural Sciences at Penn State seeks a Postdoctoral Scholar in water-energy-food (WEF) nexus for a low-carbon economy.
A new blog entitled “LisboNexus Training School” has been published by Taha Loghmani, United Nations University-FLORES, Dresden University of Technology.
With a growing youth population in East Africa, agriculture presents immense opportunities for entrepreneurship and innovation. This seminar will equip aspiring entrepreneurs with the knowledge and skills to establish agribusiness ventures that leverage technology to address local challenges.
The intricate relationships among water, energy, and food systems have profound implications for achieving multi-scale sustainable development.
A new blog entitled “What can we learn from reviewing over 1,000 biodiversity case studies?” has been published by BIONEXT project.
A new article entitled “From heatwaves to species loss: the global climate-biodiversity crises” has been published by BIONEXT project.
Apply to participate with costs paid in the Collaborative Learning School (CLS) to be held in Pennsylvania and areas surrounding the Chesapeake Bay, June 1st – 14th, 2024.