News from 2017
Call for Contributions: "Encyclopedia of the Sustainable Development Goals: Transforming the World We Want"
As the process of industrialisation progresses and the associated problems related to it such as biodiversity depletion, climate change and a worsening of health and living conditions- especially but not only in developing countries - intensify, there is a perceived needed to search for integrated solutions to make development more sustainable. The current model of economic growth used by many countries, heavily based on the exploitation of natural resources, is not viable and there are many evidences which show that a more careful, i.e. a more sustainable approach to the use of our limited resources, is needed.
Actual problems of the environment and human health in conditions of ecological and social changes in Europe and in Ukraine
Ministry of Public Health of Ukraine
SHEU "I. Ya. Gorbachevsky Ternopil State Medical University,
Ministry of Public Health of Ukraine"
Scientific and practical conference with international participation
"Actual problems of the environment and human health in conditions of ecological and social changes in Europe and in Ukraine" devoted to the 115th anniversary of I. I. Yaremenko birth.
May 24-26, 2018
University of Turku Graduate School Call for Applications
University of Turku Employs nearly 50 New Doctoral Candidates
There are nearly fifty open vacancies for fixed-term doctoral candidate positions at the University of Turku from 1 January 2018 onwards. The call for applications is open from 1 September to 20 September. The application process is carried out electronically.
Urban Resilience and Sustainability Science
12 October 2017
Faculty of Economics and Sociology
University of Lodz, P.O.W. 3/5
90-255 Lodz, room C-101
The SDG Accord
The University and College Sector’s Collective Response to the Sustainable Development Goals
Digital Innovation Award for Saving the Baltic Sea
Do you have a great digital innovation or technology which can restore the Baltic Sea? Anyone can submit a project proposal and be eligible to receive award money for the Digital Innovation Award. This award is looking for projects where sustainable lifestyles, businesses and a sustainable food industry can lead to a healthier Baltic Sea. Projects where digital innovation is a key component to solve a challenge is the main criteria.