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The story behind a simple idea: rethinking headache care as a way to improve population health globally
In an era of changing landscape in global population health, improving the overall health of people suffering from headache disorders will be a feasible way to improve global population health.
Concentration of asset owners exposed to power sector stranded assets may trigger climate policy resistance
Many fossil-dependent assets stand to lose value due to the implementation of climate policies. Policymakers should not ignore that owners of these stranded assets will likely oppose climate policies. In this post, you can find out which owners across the globe may find their power plants stranded.
Sustainably developing global blue carbon for climate change mitigation and economic benefits through international cooperation
we constructed a blue carbon development index (BCDI) to assess the sustainable development level of 136 coastal countries’ blue carbon over 24 consecutive years and propose a cooperation model to explore the feasibility of global blue carbon cooperation.
Fishing for subsistence constitutes a livelihood safety net for populations dependent upon aquatic foods around the world
Small-scale fisheries are an important source of livelihoods. We provide global estimates of the number of livelihoods supported and use estimates of subsistence fishing to measure the significance of this part of the aquatic food system as safety nets for coastal and riparian communities.
Living beyond sustainable levels: The EU-27 demands from nature exceed the region’s biocapacity and are primarily driven by food consumption
Replacing 50% of meat and milk products with plant-based alternatives by 2050 can reduce agriculture and land use related greenhouse gas emissions by 31% and halt the degradation of forest and natural land. Additional climate and biodiversity benefits could accrue from reforesting the spared land.