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Peer-reviewed Article
In Global Sustainability
Author:
Thomas
Hickmann
Frank
Biermann
Carole-Anne
Sénit
Yixian
Sun
Magdalena
Bexell
Mitzi
Bolton
Basil
Bornemann
Jecel
Censoro
Aurelia
Charles
Dominique
Coy
Frederik
Dahlmann
Felicitas
Fritzche
Thiago Gehre
Galvo
Jarrod
Graninger-Brown
Christina
Inoue
Kristina
Jönsson
Montserrat
Koloffon Rosas
Kerstin
Krellenberg
Enayat
Moallemi
Ivonne
Lobos Alva
Shirin
Malekpour
Dianty
Ningrum
Aneliya
Paneva
Lena
Partzsch
Rodrigo
Ramiro
Rob
Raven
Eszter
Szedlacsek
John
Thompson
Melanie
van Driel
Jéssica
Viani Damasceno
Robert
Webb
Sabine
Weiland
A recent meta-analysis on the political impact of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has shown that these global goals are moving political processes forward only incrementally, with much variation across countries, sectors, and governance levels. Consequently, the realization of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development remains uncertain...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Global Sustainability
Author:
Jules
Pretty
Simon
Attwood
Richard
Bawden
Henk
van den Berg
Zareen
P. Bharucha
John
Dixon
Cornelia
Butler Flora
Kevin
Gallagher
Ken
Genskow
Sue
E. Hartley
Jan
Willem Ketelaar
Japhet
K. Kiara
Viyay
Kumar
Yuelai
Lu
Tom
MacMillan
Anne
Maréchal
Alma
Linda Morales-Abubakar
Andrew
Noble
P. V. Vara
Prasad
Ewald
Rametsteiner
John
Reganold
Jacob
I. Ricks
Johan
Rockström
Peter
Thorne
Songliang
Wang
Hannah
Wittman
Michael
Winter
Puyun
Yang
For agriculture and land management to improve natural capital over whole landscapes, social cooperation has long been required. The political economy of the later twentieth and early twenty-first centuries prioritized unfettered individual action over the collective, and many rural institutions were harmed or destroyed. Since then, a wide range of...
Book Chapter
In Climate Change and Cities - Second Assessment Report of the Urban Climate Change Research Network
Author:
Patricia
Romero-Lankao
Sarah
Burch
Sarah
Hughes
Kate
Auty
Alex
Aylett
Kirstin
Krellenburg
David
Simon
Gina
Ziervogel
Anja
Wejs
The Urban Climate Change Research Network's Second Assessment Report on Climate Change in Cities (ARC3.2) is the second in a series of global, science-based reports to examine climate risk, adaptation, and mitigation efforts in cities. The book explicitly seeks to explore the implications of changing climatic conditions on critical urban physical...