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Research news | 2019-11-20
A study of local sustainability projects in Africa offers a new approach to understanding how grassroots projects address the SDGs
Research news | 2019-10-25
Little research has been done on the untapped potential and unintended consequences of human-made water bodies like ditches, fishponds, weirs, reservoirs, fish ladders, and irrigation channels
Research news | 2019-10-14
Ten years after its launch, Johan Rockström and other researchers and stakeholders reflect on the framework's development, impact and future. See videos
Research news | 2019-07-25
Ten years after the original publication of the Planetary Boundaries concept, researchers makes an in-depth analysis of academic research and discussion generated by the concept
Research news | 2019-05-02
Preserving the worlds’ wetlands requires addressing social and environmental challenges. Researchers identify challenges for specific wetlands to see how they interact with the Sustainable Development Goals
Research news | 2019-01-24
Mathematical models are essential in the quest to better understand the human impact on the world’s ecosystems. Lake Victoria may hold the cues
Research news | 2016-11-25
Amid rapid change, new Arctic Resilience Report identifies 19 tipping points and need to prepare for surprises