Volume 9, Issue 2 of Sustainability Science is available on SpringerLink.
In this issue:
Risk communication and sustainability science: lessons from the field
Biophysical suitability, economic pressure and land-cover change: a global probabilistic approach and insights for REDD+
Developing integrative research for sustainability science through a complexity principles-based approach
Development of a land-use forecast tool for future water resources assessment: case study for the Mekong River 3S Sub-basins
Initial design process of the sustainability science ontology for knowledge-sharing to support co-deliberation
Shedding light on a neglected area: a new approach to knowledge creation
Moving towards urban sustainability in Kenya: a framework for integration of environmental, economic, social and governance dimensions
Social and economic sustainability of urban systems: comparative analysis of metropolitan statistical areas in Ohio, USA
An ecohydrological adaptive approach to a salt lake in the semiarid grasslands of Argentina: future management perspectives
The future of sustainability science: a solutions-oriented research agenda
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