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    Lecture 1: Introduction to Sustainability Science and SDGs


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    International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development 2022

    The United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution proclaiming the Year on 2 December 2021.

    The Year will help highlight the crucial role of basic sciences for sustainable development, and emphasize their contributions to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

    These aims are strongly aligned with the ISC’s mission to increase evidence-informed decision-making on urgent global challenges, and its vision of science as a global public good. The IYBSSD would complement nicely the ISC initiatives to support the 2030 Agenda.

    The proposal for the Year was developed by the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP), under the leadership of Michel Spiro, IUPAP President, with the encouragement and support of the ISC and its many members, partner institutions and UNESCO.

    Press release: IYBSSD proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly

    Opening Ceremony of the Year at UNESCO’s Paris headquarters

    Watch the Opening Ceremony of the International Year

    Ministers in charge of Scientific Research, Higher Education and Innovation debated with scientists about the importance of basic sciences in addressing the challenges set up by the 2030 Agenda and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

    Scientists from different parts of the world explained what they are already doing, and discussed what they could do better, so that their work, and the way they conduct it, build a more sustainable future.

    This opening ceremony was an important step in the journey that scientists, citizens and policy makers will take together throughout this International Year to ensure that basic science plays a full role in efforts to achieve more sustainable development around the world.

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    About IYBSSD 2022

    The Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development is the ambitious program that the Member States of the United Nations have agreed on to ensure a balanced, sustainable and inclusive development of the planet.

    Basic sciences have an important contribution to make to the implementation of this program. They provide the essential means to meet crucial challenges such as universal access to food, energy, health coverage and communication technologies. They enable us to understand the impact of the currently nearly 8 billion people on the planet and to act to limit, and sometimes even to reduce it: depletion of the ozone layer, climate change, depletion of natural resources, extinction of living species.

    “Basic sciences provide the essential means to meet crucial challenges such as universal access to food, energy, health coverage and communication technologies.“

    Michel Spiro, President of IUPAP

    Applications of technology are easy to recognize. On the other hand, contributions of basic, curiosity-based, sciences are not well appreciated. They are nonetheless at the basis of major technological advances that stimulate innovation, as well as essential for training future professionals and for developing capacity of populations who can take part in decisions that affect their future. UNESCO is well aware of this: its Recommendation on Science and Scientific Researchers, revised in 2017, recalls the importance of bringing together politicians, scientists, diplomats, international organizations, entrepreneurs and every goodwill person.The International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development, that we organize in 2022, focuses on these links between basic sciences and the Sustainable Development Goals. This is a unique opportunity to convince all stakeholders that through a basic understanding of nature, actions taken will be more effective, for the common good.

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    International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development: Angewandte Chemie International Edition

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    Angewandte Chemie International Edition

    Angewandte Chemie International Edition International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development

    Themed Collections6 July 20227 July 2022

    To celebrate the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development, Angewandte Chemie along with our sister journals from Chemistry Europe and ACES, have come together to create this Special Collection. It highlights some of the recent work from our authors toward creating a more sustainable future in these sections: Biomass and waste valorization, carbon dioxide fixation/valorization, electrocatalysis, energy storage, green synthesis, nitrogen fixation, solar cells, and solar fuels.

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    The Chemical Recycling of Polyesters for a Circular Plastics Economy: Challenges and Emerging Opportunities

    Jack Payne, Prof. Matthew D. Jones

    First Published: 07 April 2021

    Reimagine a future with plastics: In this Review, catalytic chemical recycling strategies for poly(lactic acid) (PLA) and poly(ethylene terephthalate) (PET) are presented, with a particular focus on upcycling and the use of metal-based catalysts. Recent developments are critically discussed within the context of industrial feasibility.

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    Biodegradable Plastics: Standards, Policies, and Impacts

    Dr. Layla Filiciotto, Prof. Dr. Gadi Rothenberg

    First Published: 28 October 2020

    Waste not! This critical Review of the state of the art of biodegradable plastics covers the environmental and socio-economic impact of plastics, government policies, standards and certifications, physico-chemical properties, and analytical techniques, highlighting the potential of bioplastics, but also the challenges and barriers towards their commercialization.

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    Catalytic Conversion of Biomass to Furanic Derivatives with Deep Eutectic Solvents

    Binglin Chen, Zhiqing Peng, Chuang Li, Yunchao Feng, Prof. Yong Sun, A/Prof. Xing Tang, Prof. Xianhai Zeng, Prof. Lu Lin

    First Published: 12 February 2021

    Green media: Deep eutectic solvents (DESs) are used for conversion of biomass to various furanic derivatives. The whole process is green because the most of the DESs components are renewable, degradable, and low/non-toxic.

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    Beyond Artificial Photosynthesis: Prospects on Photobiorefinery

    Dr. Teera Butburee, Dr. Pongkarn Chakthranont, Chaiyasit Phawa, Dr. Kajornsak Faungnawakij

    First Published: 06 January 2020

    Prospects on Photobiorefinery: Photobiorefinery, a photocatalytic process for biomass valorization, has emerged as a new promising application for artificial photosynthesis technology, since photobiorefinery offers high-value products, requires less energy, and potentially could utilize photocatalytic process to enhance selectivity. In this Minireview, the recent progress, challenges, and prospects on photobiorefinery are featured and discussed.

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    Homogeneous (De)hydrogenative Catalysis for Circular Chemistry – Using Waste as a Resource

    Dr. Amit Kumar, Chang Gao

    First Published: 26 November 2020

    Waste Recycling: Our current dependence on rapidly depleting resources and the growing accumulation of chemical waste have become a grave concern to our society. This has sparked interest in the contemporary catalysis community to develop green technologies for the chemical conversion of waste products to valuable feedstocks enabling the circular economy. This article reviews the applications of homogeneous (de)hydrogenative catalysis for the conversion of chemical waste products – CO2, N2O, plastics, and glycerol to useful chemical feedstocks.

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    Preparation and Utilization of Jute-Derived Carbon: A Short Review

    Dr. Abdul Aziz, Syed Shaheen Shah, Dr. Abul Kashem

    First Published: 14 August 2020

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