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ACHIEVING THE SDGs: Physics Propelled Multidisciplinary Emerging Areas - Volume -2 | Issue - 1 | 2024, (JAN-MAR)

Pages:36-45

Category: Basic & Applied Science

Published Date: 15-May-2024

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Vanita Bhardwaj, Rekha Bhardwaj, Avinash C. Sharma

Keywords:

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), renewable energy technology, climate change, social physics

Abstract:
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations are a collection of 17 well-researched objectives aimed at promoting worldwide sustainable development by 2030. The 17 SDGs perceive how interwoven they are and how decisions made in one area can influence outcomes in other areas. Sustainable development involves balancing social, economic, and environmental growth. Healthcare, Renewable energy, sustainable agriculture, sustainable industrialization, sustainable cities, high speed transportation, climate action, and responsible production and consumption of products, all have the potential to be revolutionised by physics-based innovations and insights. The aim of the present paper is to reflect on the impact of the physics based & driven interdisciplinary strategy, aimed at achieving the SDGs. It is well established that in order to understand the universe around & within us, and to acquire the capabilities necessary for survival and sustainable life, physics offers a strong foundation both in terms of materials as well as the requisite imaginative & innovative mindset; and henceforth ensuring sustainable happy future for humans on this earth. The current work addresses to, as how the discipline of physics plays a significant role explicitly as well as implicitly, towards achieving some of the critical SDGs.
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