Elsevier

Results 1 - 10 of 24 (Sorted by date)
Peer-reviewed Article
In Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Author:
M. A.
Nuñez
T.
August
S.
Bacher
B. S.
Galil
P. E.
Hulme
T.
Ikeda
M. A.
McGeoch
A.
Ordonez
S.
Rahlao
A.
Pauchard
H. E.
Roy
K. V.
Sankaran
E.
Schwindt
H.
Seebens
A. W.
Sheppard
P.
Stoett
V.
Vandvik
L. A.
Meyerson
Inclusivity is fundamental to progress in understanding and addressing the global phenomena of biological invasions because inclusivity fosters a breadth of perspectives, knowledge, and solutions. Here, we report on how the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) assessment on invasive alien species...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Earth System Governance
Mini-lateral ‘clubs’ occupy an increasingly prominent place in the international environmental governance landscape. Yet few studies have looked at how differences between clubs influence the results they produce. This paper aims to fill this gap in understanding by testing hypotheses on how different clubs’ membership constellations and leadership...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Resources, Conservation and Recycling
Author:
Sébastien
M.R. Dente
Seiji
Hashimoto
Highlights Japan's economy-wide eco-efficiency of materials and its decomposition analysis are conducted for the first time. More than 400 materials, 13 impact categories, and 4 life cycle stages were analyzed. Material groups with a larger share of value added and environmental impact to national total, except for pig iron and crude steel , show...