On 30 April, over 3 200 people from some 40 countries watched ROSATOM’s Atoms for Humanity new nuclear awareness campaign launch event. The project is aimed at demonstrating the importance of nuclear technologies in achieving the UN Sustainable Goals through human-centered stories.
The pledge of a bright future for all mankind is a reliable "green" source of energy, such as nuclear energy. Modern nuclear technology provides people with much more than just clean electricity. The peaceful atom is a universal tool necessary for solving the most pressing problems of the present and future. Achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals is impossible without nuclear technology. However, unfortunately, for many, the peaceful atom is still just another source of generation.
According to the World Health Organization, the number of people infected with coronavirus infection in the world is more than 146.05 million, of which more than 3.09 million people have died (as of 18:00 CET on 26 April 2021).
In this pivotal year for humanity, now is the time for bold climate action. The science is irrefutable and globally agreed: to stop the climate crisis from becoming a permanent catastrophe, we must limit global heating to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
According to the World Health Organization, the number of people infected with coronavirus infection in the world is more than 141 million 057 thousand, of which more than 3 million 015 thousand people have died (as of 16:28 CET on 19 March 2021).
Nearly half of women in 57 developing countries are denied the right to decide whether to have sex with their partners, use contraception or seek health care, according to UNFPA's 2021 flagship State of World Population report, released.
Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II's husband, has died aged 99, Buckingham Palace has announced.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva on Wednesday urged policymakers to take the right actions by giving everyone a fair shot, as global economy is seeing a multi-speed recovery, Xinhua reported.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Tuesday projected that the global economy will grow by 6 percent in 2021, 0.5 percentage point above the January forecast, according to the latest World Economic Outlook (WEO), Xinhua reported.