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UP COMING EVENTS
Global Forum on Environment: Towards cost-effective management systems for industrial and consumer chemicals
The Global Forum on Environment will discuss the challenges posed by chemicals, provide knowledge on effective and sustainable policies for the sound management of chemicals.
The Visible Hand: Development Banks in Transition: 14th AFD International Research Conference on Development
The 14th AFD International Research Conference on Development, The Visible Hand: Development Banks in Transition will take place in the framework of the Finance in
Aligning the European Recovery Plan and the European Semester with the SDGs: The role of knowledge institutions
The European Council and the European Commission have recognized the dramatic consequences of the pandemic. To address them, they have agreed on a Recovery Plan
Technological innovation gets connected with decision making for sustainable development at the Global Sustainable Technology & Innovation (G-STIC) Conference in which all SDSN Belgium members
Since 1981, on 25th of November, the International community commemorates the day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. This symbolic date was selected to
The Gaza-Israel has received intensified international attention starting from October 7, when Hamas attacked Israel. On the 15th of November The UN security council adopted the
Multi-level conflicts and the protection of collective goods: Diving into global fishery resources While exploring the biodiversity of the Galapagos Islands in 1835, Charles Darwin
The world population is growing at a very fast pace; with now more than 7 billion inhabitants, and projected to reach more than 9 billion by 2050. The pressure this huge population causes on the earth’s ecosystems is almost immeasurable. It’s even hard to know how many species are extinct since they are uncountable and we discover new species every year.
The blog uses two case studies of Amsterdam (the Netherlands) and Seoul (South Korea) to identify the determinants and objections to collaborative consumption in the urban space. At first, they can show us a broader perspective of the factors that influence collaborative consumption, and a second, because in these cities collaborative consumption was firstly in the world officially proclaimed as part of the urban policy and today has governmental support.
I would like to examine the effects of social media on sustainability. Social media, which is such a powerful tool, affects both negatively and positively on the concept of sustainability, which we often talk about today.