Our Bonn Alliance partner institution UNU-EHS are the scientific partners of ICLEI’s Daring Cities Forum. Registration for the big virtual event with lots of high-level speakers on sustainability is open now!
Applications opened for joint master’s programme of UNU-EHS and the University of Bonn in “Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security”
The Master of Science (M.Sc.) in “Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security” is jointly offered by UNU-EHS and the Department of Geography at the University of Bonn as an international degree programme with a research-oriented profile. […]
New policy brief by UNU-EHS Researchers on first-hand information from 79 Marshallese respondents living in Hawai‘i, Oregon, and Washington, who have compared their well-being in these destination states to that of their previous lives in the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI). In addition, they reflect on how their sense of well-being relates to their concerns about a changing environment at home. […]
Global / One Health: Anna-Katharina Hornidge appointed to Advisory Board of BMZ and elected into Steering Committee of the Global Health Hub Germany
The consideration of the relevance of human health, animal health and environmental health as well as biodiversity is called the „One Health“ approach. It envisages the promotion and maintenance of health in all these areas through preventive measures. The Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) in Germany is strengthening its commitment in the context of the One Health approach. […]
Sustainability and digitalisation are two of the most impactful discussions in today’s landscape. Each of them individually has generated a massive amount of research about how they can change essential practices, and mostly, governance, businesses, and society. However, the confluence of both of these trends largely remains uncharted. Many research activities on the concepts like digitalisation, digital transformation, industry 4.0 applications, etc. exist, but not all relevant dimensions have been well investigated. […]
“Gender influences people’s behaviour in various ways. This study investigates gendered (im)mobility during cyclone strikes in Bangladesh. During such strikes people have described being unable to move away from environmentally high-risk locations and situations. The Q-based Discourse Analysis used by this study shows how and why gender-roles (im)mobilised people in three coastal locations during the cyclones. […]”