Sustainability Science probes interactions between global, social, and human systems, the complex mechanisms that lead to degradation of these systems, and concomitant risks to human well-being. The journal provides a platform for building sustainability science as an evolving academic discipline which can point the way to a sustainable global society by facing challenges that existing disciplines have not addressed. These include endeavors to simultaneously understand phenomena and solve problems, uncertainty and application of the precautionary principle, the co-evolution of knowledge and recognition of problems, and trade-offs between global and local problem solving.
The journal promotes science-based predictions and impact assessments of global change, and seeks ways to ensure that these can be understood and accepted by society. Sustainability Science creates a transdisciplinary academic structure and discovery process that fuses the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities.
Kazuhiko Takeuchi (July 2019)
Original ArticleTopical Collection Sustainability Transitions, Management, and Governance
Participatory evaluation for adaptive co-management of social–ecological systems: a transdisciplinary research approach
Special Feature: Original ArticleTopical Collection Special Feature: The politics of making and un-making (sustainable) futures
Futurizing politics and the sustainability of real-world experiments: what role for innovation and exnovation in the German energy transition?
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- Sustainability Science
- Volume 1 / 2006 - Volume 14 / 2019
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