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  1. The EU “Winter Package” sets out specific energy and climate goals and urged formation of National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs) by Member States for 2020 to 2030. Integrating scaled-up mitigation technolog...

    Authors: Keith Williges, Wytze Van der Gaast, Krisztina de Bruyn-Szendrei, Andreas Tuerk and Gabriel Bachner
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2022 5:1
  2. Progress towards the achievement of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in many ways presupposes the utilisation of science, technology and innovation. Ma...

    Authors: André Baumgart, Eirini Ioanna Vlachopoulou, Jorge Del Rio Vera and Simonetta Di Pippo
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2021 4:6
  3. Eucalypt reforestation has been a common feature of many countries, especially in the developing countries, such as Ethiopia. Farmers in Ethiopia plant large numbers of eucalypts on small areas of land and manage...

    Authors: Belay Zerga, Bikila Warkineh, Demel Teketay and Muluneh Woldetsadik
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2021 4:5
  4. From the worldwide youth-led climate strikes of 2018–2019 to the student-initiated austerity protests in Chile in 2019, it is undeniable that young people have been protagonists in pressuring for social change...

    Authors: Alicia Donnellan Barraclough, Melina Sakiyama, Lisen Schultz and Inger Elisabeth Måren
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2021 4:2
  5. The world’s 2.5 billion poorest people - small farmers living at the far fringe of the developing world – and their billion or so slightly better off neighbors burn 10.5 billion metric tonnes (tonnes) of crop ...

    Authors: Michael Shafer
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2020 3:18
  6. Cities are at the fore of sustainability challenges of the twenty-first century, and many, particularly in Asia and Africa, are predominantly youthful spaces. Understanding young people’s experiences in urban ...

    Authors: Sylvia Nissen, Kate Prendergast, Midori Aoyagi, Kate Burningham, Mohammad Mehedi Hasan, Bronwyn Hayward, Tim Jackson, Vimlendu Jha, Helio Mattar, Ingrid Schudel, Sue Venn and Aya Yoshida
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2020 3:17
  7. This paper recounts the two-year journey of an eight-member public Massachusetts high school environmental club that set out to decrease their local community’s consumption of single-use plastics. In the acade...

    Authors: Eleanor Burke, Christopher Ciano Collins, Lucy Bergeron and Kara Lavender Law
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2020 3:15
  8. As tends to be the case in large, developing countries, Mexico is a nation of notable meteorological, hydrographic and social contrasts throughout its territory, which impact the various population strata in d...

    Authors: Felipe I. Arreguin-Cortes, J. Raul Saavedra-Horita, J. Manuel Rodriguez-Varela, Velitchko G. Tzatchkov, Petronilo E. Cortez-Mejia, Oscar J. Llaguno-Guilberto and Arizabeth Sainos-Candelario
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2020 3:9
  9. As a response to collective failure to move adequately towards sustainability, youth movements have grown. This article explores the experiences of one young climate activist, Elsie Luna. The article is the pr...

    Authors: Elsie Luna and Andrew Mearman
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2020 3:4
  10. The urban ecology and especially youth of color living in urban spaces have received relatively little attention in environmental education. The purpose of this work was to assess what urban youth learn about ...

    Authors: Erin Gallay, Alisa Pykett, Morgan Smallwood and Constance Flanagan
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2020 3:3
  11. Low-carbon technologies must be widely adopted at a large scale to address climate change and enhance access to affordable, reliable and sustainable energy. The uptake of those technologies is often supported ...

    Authors: Stefan Bößner, Tim Suljada, Francis X. Johnson, Aina Bruno, Jorge Rodriguez Morales, Mengyin Hu, Padmasai Lakshmi Bhamidipati and James Haselip
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2020 3:2
  12. This article presents the main findings from a meta-analysis of how climate change mitigation policy evaluations have been undertaken in the European Union (EU) and six of its Member States: Austria, Czech Rep...

    Authors: Noriko Fujiwara, Harro van Asselt, Stefan Böβner, Sebastian Voigt, Niki-Artemis Spyridaki, Alexandros Flamos, Emilie Alberola, Keith Williges, Andreas Türk and Michael ten Donkelaar
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2019 2:9
  13. Growing population and affluence coupled with climate change puts pressure on the supply of food, water and energy. The three are interconnected, conceptualised in the food-energy-water nexus. In this article,...

    Authors: Thomas Parker and Maria Svantemark
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2019 2:7
  14. The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals remind us of the urgent need for every business to operate in ways that are good for planet and people. Manufacturing is a critical sector to address, where in...

    Authors: H. T. S. Caldera, C. Desha and L. Dawes
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2019 2:4
  15. With an annual meat consumption of 110 kg per capita, Australia is one of the top countries in the world according to this indicator. High meat consumption however is associated with adverse impacts on the pla...

    Authors: Dora Marinova and Diana Bogueva
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2019 2:3
  16. It has been highlighted that the original article [1] contained a spelling mistake in the last name of Elizabeth Stuart. Her last name was incorrectly captured as ‘Stewart’ in the original article which has si...

    Authors: Fortunate Machingura, Admire Nyamwanza, David Hulme and Elizabeth Stuart
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2018 1:5

    The original article was published in Sustainable Earth 2018 1:1

  17. Human impacts on the environment are so great that we are at risk of changing the state of the planet from one that is hospitable to one that is hostile to humanity. Scientists have proposed nine Planetary Bou...

    Authors: Kate Meyer and Peter Newman
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2018 1:4
  18. By 2050, there are forecast to be 2.4 billion more people in cities, and this century could rightly be called the urban century. This paper argues that, paradoxically, without the use of nature the urban centu...

    Authors: Robert Ian McDonald, Timothy Beatley and Thomas Elmqvist
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2018 1:3
  19. This commentary explores the role of climate information services in supporting the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. At the centre of the commentary is a discussion of how integrated...

    Authors: Fortunate Machingura, Admire Nyamwanza, David Hulme and Elizabeth Stuart
    Citation: Sustainable Earth 2018 1:1

    The Correction to this article has been published in Sustainable Earth 2018 1:5

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