Climate and Public Health should be studied together. This article analyses how the exposome can address this interdisciplinary challenge.
An ecological civilization should care for the natural and built environments, the cultural heritage, the collective bonds, education, health, ethics, aesthetics, equity and justice. But this involves many actors, in a planet united only by the media and ‘globalization’ and divided by confrontation and competition.
What hope is there for those in science to build a trusting and respectful relationship with the public when so many scientists are schooled in a culture lacking these qualities?
Successfully gaining trust in complex situations where prospects are uncertain may require calling upon risk analysis to help to put things in perspective. In this interview, risk assessment guru Ortwin Renn from the University of Stuttgart discusses facts and facets of coping with uncertain outcomes and how effective risk communication strategies can help restore public trust in many areas of life.
The European Commission adopted a series of economic policy recommendations to individual member states today (2 June) to strengthen the economic recovery. The recommendations included the need “to preserve growth-enhancing expenditure in education, Read more […]
Equity in education has been a hot topic of discussion for quite a while now. After all, we are becoming increasingly aware of the inequalities in our society and the obstacles different groups of people face because of them.
Why some researchers are using ‘serious games’ to engage stakeholders in complicated decisions.
AI is changing the landscape of education as people know it. It is predicted that in the future, most jobs will require some form of digital skills. That is why it is crucial to prepare students to live with AI and other cutting-edge technologies.
Traditional production of deodorant involves chemical preservatives and compounds detrimental to the environment. Many deodorant manufacturers are moving away from using these ingredients. Instead, they are exploring all-natural alternatives. This enables deodorant manufacturers to provide eco-friendly products. Plus, it helps these manufacturers stand out from rivals.
STEM education has always been vital, but perhaps now is the time when it’s more important than ever. Society is advancing toward the age of robotics, artificial intelligence and interconnected machines making daily life easier. For all those advancements, the industry will need a host of eager minds ready to create and utilise them.
Most buildings in Romania are decades old and the energy used to heat them is increasingly expensive. Can researchers help cut costs and reduce greenhouse gas emissions?
Change is an enduring feature of our modern lives. As the climate crisis, the ongoing wars, the COVID pandemic, the global movement for social justice, and the emerging developments in artificial intelligence have shown, change may be very sudden or creep up on us, but it is often disruptive. We can expect future societal disruptions that impact the way we work, interact, and think. This uncertainty is a challenge for all. How can we prepare future generations for an unknown and constantly changing future?