KAUST contribution to SDG 17 - partnerships for the goals
Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development
Sustainability Seminar Series | Transforming Vision 2030 into Action: The Kingdom’s Dedication...
KAUST Researchers Share Technology with Moving Windmills to Help Underserved Communities in...
Smart Cities: Social and Environmental Challenges and Opportunities for Local Authorities
Discusses socioeconomic, environmental, and policy implications of smart cities. Provides rigorous economic analysis and concrete policy frameworks. Brings an international, multidisciplinary approach.
Source : Fateh Belaid and Anvita Arora
Climate Futures Report - Saudi Arabia in 3-degrees Warmer World
The report highlights the stark reality that Saudi Arabia is witnessing climate change at an accelerated pace compared to other regions and offers a comprehensive analysis of the ramifications of climate change on Saudi Arabia's diverse habitats.
Source : AEON Collective
KAUST-SFDA First Joint International Conference Trends: Microbiome and Digital One Health
Sustainability : A History
Seeming to have come out of nowhere to dominate the discussion-from permaculture to renewable energy to the local food movement-the ideas that underlie and define sustainability can be traced back several centuries. In this illuminating and fascinating primer, Jeremy L. Caradonna does just that, approaching sustainability from a historical perspective and revealing the conditions that gave it shape.
Source : Jeremy L. Caradonna
Introduction to Sustainability
Through the use of a variety of media, Introduction to Sustainability provides a broad overview of the complexity of sustainability through the lens of systems thinking. After a brief look at the modern history of sustainability, it introduces systems thinking and the process of systems mapping.
Source : Tai Munro
The Climate Dictionary
The Climate Dictionary is an initiative aimed at providing an everyday guide to understanding climate change. It seeks to bridge the gap between complex scientific jargon and the general public, making climate concepts accessible and relatable to individuals from various backgrounds and levels of expertise.
Source : United Nations Development Programme