Environment

Papers
(The median citation count of Environment is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-01-01 to 2024-01-01.)
ArticleCitations
From Racialized Neocolonial Global Conservation to an Inclusive and Regenerative Conservation40
The Next Frontier—Human Development and the Anthropocene: UNDP Human Development Report 202028
Environmental Justice and Transformations to Sustainability28
Transitioning the Chemical Industry: The Case for Addressing the Climate, Toxics, and Plastics Crises14
Collision Course: Development Pushes Amazonia Toward Its Tipping Point10
Investigating the Future Role of Higher Education in Creating Sustainability Transitions9
Transforming the Role of Universities: From Being Part of the Problem to Becoming Part of the Solution8
Inner Transformation for 21st-Century Futures: The Missing Dimension in Higher Education8
Blame Where Blame Is Due: Many Americans Support Suing Fossil Fuel Companies for Global Warming Damages7
One Health and the Environment: From Conceptual Framework to Implementation Science7
COP 26 and Sustainability Science6
Twin Disasters: Tracking COVID-19 and Cyclone Amphan’s Impacts on SDGs in the Indian Sundarbans6
Green Infrastructure: Lessons in Governance and Collaboration From Tucson5
When Tomorrow Comes: Technology and the Future of Sustainability Learning in Higher Education5
Wildfire Management in Chile: Increasing Risks Call for More Resilient Communities4
Here, There, and Everywhere: How the SDGs Must Include Noise Pollution in Their Development Challenges4
The Next Steps for Valuing Nature in Decision Making4
Transitioning the Chemical Industry: Elements of a Roadmap Toward Sustainable Chemicals and Materials4
Ending a Sea of Confusion: Insights and Opportunities in Sea-Level Change Communication4
Disasters, the COVID-19 Pandemic, and a Human Health Observing System3
What Do Land Acknowledgments Acknowledge?3
War and the Politics of Energy and Climate Change3
COVID-19, Ebola, and Measles: Achieving Sustainability in the Era of Emerging and Reemerging Infectious Diseases3
COVID-19 in Africa: Contextualizing Impacts, Responses, and Prospects3
The Challenges of Managing the Urban Waters of the Americas2
What Lies Ahead: How Aid for Climate Refugees Must Focus on Human Rights and Human Health2
Environmental Justice and Gentrification in New York City2
Freedom, Human Rights, Paris Agreement, and Climate Change: The German Landmark Ruling on Climate Litigation2
The Promise and Peril of “Building Back Better”2
America’s Zero Carbon Action Plan2
Nature-Based Solutions and Agroecology: Business as Usual or an Opportunity for Transformative Change?2
Lessons From Adaptive Responses to Super Typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban, Philippines2
Animating the Carbon Cycle: How Wildlife Conservation Can Be a Key to Mitigate Climate Change2
Brazil in the Face of COVID-19: Tragedy and Political Choices2
Making Space for Nature: Elephant Conservation in Mali as a Case Study in Sustainability2
The Environmental Justice Agenda for E-Waste Management2
The Sustainability Challenges Facing Research and Teaching Laboratories When Going Green2
Ecological Footprint Accounting: Thirty Years and Still Gathering Steam1
Why Objective Science Does Not Resolve Environmental Policy Issues1
The Latest IPCC Synthesis Report: What We Learned About Climate Science, and What We Learned About Ourselves1
Loss and Damage Funding in the UN Climate Negotiations: From Dialogue to Reality1
Climate Finance: An Overview1
The Arctic and the World: A Historical Perspective1
How Believing That Climate Change Is a Conspiracy Affects Skeptics’ Environmental Attitudes1
Reducing Plastics and Other Waste in the Arctic Ocean1
In Celebration of Earth Day 2020: How Far Have We Come?1
Evaluation of the Water Policies of the Urmia Lake Basin: Has the Government Accurately Identified the Problem?0
Migrant Women: Trapped in the Vicious Circle of Harassment and Inequality0
So Near and Yet So Far0
Climate Negotiations Season Returns, External Influences Multiply, and the World Faces Environmental Default0
The Unfinished Agenda0
Profiles in Sustainability: Joseph Heathcott, Chair of Urban and Environmental Studies at the New School, New York City, New York0
Time to Call on Pricing0
Review of The Untold Story of the World’s Leading Environmental Institution: UNEP at Fifty0
Review of The Octopus in the Parking Garage—A Call for Climate Resilience0
This Moment—and Others0
Nuclear Weapons and Sustainability: Can We Have Both?0
The Bill Ripple Effect0
Wasting or Saving Lives: The Power of Chemicals and Laws0
Profiles in Sustainability: Fedele Bauccio, CEO and Cofounder of Bon Appétit Management Company0
Why Protests Matter0
Repositioning Sustainability0
COVID-19 and the Environment0
The Persistence of COVID-19 and Inequities in the U.S. Experience0
Looking Back and Peering Forward0
Missed Warnings of Climate Change: We Should Have Noticed0
Fostering Holistic Ambitions in the Face of Growing Difficulty0
Communication0
At 78 Degrees North0
Review of The Three Ages of Water: Prehistoric Past, Imperiled Present, and a Hope for the Future The Three Ages of Water: Prehistoric Past, Imperiled Present, and a 0
The Dasgupta Review: A Landmark Report That Will Influence Economic Theory and Practice0
Silver Linings: Environmental Disasters as Critical Junctures in Global Governance0
Environmental Procedures at the FCC: A Case Study in Corporate Capture0
The Life Of José María Sobral0
The Climate Change Art of K.A. Colorado0
Nuclear in Our Lives0
21.8 Million People Inside the Most Effective Pollution Exposure Chamber0
Life in the Anthropocene0
The Arctic Depends on Cooperation0
A Mark, a Yen, a Buck, or a Pound0
Not Paying Attention0
Tribal Adaptation to Changing Climate in the Chugach Region, Alaska0
The Climate March0
Reframing Sustainability in the Emergent Age0
Poverty and Pollution0
The Geopolitics of Animal Welfare0
Review of A Better Planet: 40 Big Ideas for a Sustainable Future0
The Pragmatist’s Guide to ESG0
The Fossil Fuel Industry and the Court of Public Opinion0
COMMENTARY: Reflections on The Dasgupta Review on the Economics of Biodiversity0
COP26: How Full Is the Glass?0
Earthcare: Women and the Environment0
An Appreciation of Margaret Benner Smidt — In the Red Queen’s World0
Review of The Blessings of Disaster: The Lessons That Catastrophes Teach Us and Why Our Future Depends on It0
Profiles in Sustainability0
Shared Community Learning for Sustainable Outcomes0
On a “Just” Transition0
Profiles in Sustainability: Saleem Ali, Blue and Gold Distinguished Professor of Energy and the Environment, University of Delaware0
Beginning Sustainability Journeys0
Advancing New Technology and Policy to Manage Methane in This Decisive Decade0
Earth Day0
Editorial0
Review of Time, Progress, Growth and Technology: How Humans and the Earth are Responding0
Alaĝum Kanuux̂, the Heart of the Ocean0
The Power of Art0
Between Evidence and Action: Challenges in Addressing the Institutional Gaps Unveiled by the Dasgupta Review0
Anthropocene Warnings and Connections0
Satoyama Landscapes as Ecological Mosaics of Biodiversity: Local Knowledge, Environmental Education, and the Future of Japan’s Rural Areas0
Global Ambition and Local Action Through Dialogue0
Corruption Undermines Justice in Clean Energy Transitions0
Response to Steven Kolmes0
Profiles in Sustainability: William Ripple, Distinguished Professor of Ecology, Oregon State University0
A Balancing Act: Tracking Japan’s Energy Transition in the Age of COVID-190
Forest Defenders: Explaining the Violent Politics of Illegal Logging in Romania0
Preparing for Disasters0
Digital Disruptions for Sustainability (D^2S) Agenda– Cross-Cutting Actions Agenda0
Seeking a Quiet Ocean0
Perspectives From the Anthropocene0
From Global Traumas Toward a Better Phase of Modernity?0
My World, My Narrative: Youth Momentum and the Future of the Environment0
Tomorrow Is Here0
Profiles in Sustainability: James Mwangi, Founder of Climate Action Platform Africa0
Moving to a New Age of Water0
Were Grandma’s Tomatoes Really Better?0
Review of Water Lands: A Vision for the World’s Wetlands and Their People0
Environment Readership Survey0
Profiles in Sustainability: Daniel Bresette, President of Environmental and Energy Study Institute0
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