The management of the interaction and impact of human activities on the natural environment
Sustainable forestry research aims on caring for and managing forests to provide the ecosystem goods and services
Sustainable agricultural practices draw the line between food security and environmental health
Tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry, the environment, and host communities
Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) empowers people to change the way they think and work towards a sustainable future.
Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) requires strong political institutions and processes.
Water can pose a serious challenge to sustainable development but managed efficiently and equitably, water can play a key enabling role in strengthening the resiliency
Sustainable energy not only tackles climate change challenges but is also an engine for poverty reduction, social progress, economic growth, and environmental sustainability.
SDG 11 focuses on city housing and basic services, sustainable transport system, per capita environmental impact of cities, and policies towards climate change, and DRR.
In the technical sense, it is defined through the combination of three terms: hazard, exposure and vulnerability.
CES’s sustainable marine and coastal management programme emphasizes the assessment and impact studies of marine ecosystems and the promotion of regional collaboration and multi-stakeholder dialogue.
Art, culture, and media are so powerful tools that can efficiently facilitate the journey towards sustainability.