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Q&A with Hans Hurni
Mountain systems are highly suitable as paradigmatic examples of global change
Q&A with Courtney Flint: the social dynamics of mountain systems
What insights are social scientists bringing to mountain research?
Q&A with Christian Körner: 'There is a great need for advancing basic research'
Mountain terrain offers surprising benefits for biodiversity conservation.
VW can be great again by going fossil free
Innovation in clean car technology would have health, social, environmental and economic benefits for society.
Video: young scientists on the Sustainable Development Goals
How can scientists and policy makers work together on the Sustainable Development Goals?
Reducing travel to scientific meetings is an oft-stated goal of climate researchers. But what does it take to turn words into action?
Map of Life: A phone app that helps track wildlife
The app comes at a critical time, says Walter Jetz.
Three ways to engage science with development governance
The science community’s plaintive cries for policy attention signal a familiar problem that demands new approaches.
Can bottom-up climate action save the day?
Climate governance has become more "bottom-up" since COP15 - what does this mean for negotiations at COP21?
Solution-oriented science: what’s your problem?
Attending a multidisciplinary conference opened up new ways of understanding urbanization in the Global South, writes hydrologist Perrine Hamel.