President Hassan Rouhani during a cabinet session on cyberspace pointed to the importance of the proper understanding of effects of cyberspace on the economy, culture, employment and the future of such influence on the country.
More than 1 billion people worldwide are infected with diseases of poverty. These conditions disproportionately afflict the world’s poorest, either in the developing world, or in developed countries with extreme inequality.
Students know completing a university degree gives them a better chance of landing a high-paying job, often after surviving financial hardship while studying. But striking a balance between life, work and study appears to be getting tougher.
A new study authored by a freshwater climatologist and a geophysicist working for the Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science at ETH Zurich, along with a senior research scientist working in the sea level team at CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere, has found it’s highly probable climate change is amplifying the north-south water runoff contrast in Europe; the study highlights the increasingly dry conditions in the south and their impact on water scarcity.