Nature Sustainability

(The TQCC of Nature Sustainability is 59. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-03-01 to 2023-03-01.)
China and India lead in greening of the world through land-use management1114
Six Transformations to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals615
Sustainability and resilience for transformation in the urban century421
Examining different recycling processes for lithium-ion batteries295
Citizen science and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals255
Emerging human infectious diseases and the links to global food production253
A polydimethylsiloxane-coated metal structure for all-day radiative cooling235
Infrastructure for sustainable development227
Social-ecological and technological factors moderate the value of urban nature224
Connecting climate action with other Sustainable Development Goals213
Microstructure and surface control of MXene films for water purification198
Agrivoltaics provide mutual benefits across the food–energy–water nexus in drylands194
Global forecasts of shipping traffic and biological invasions to 2050169
Direct human health risks of increased atmospheric carbon dioxide167
Towards a sustainable and equitable blue economy157
Direct and indirect loss of natural area from urban expansion154
Research gaps in knowledge of the impact of urban growth on biodiversity153
Human impacts on planetary boundaries amplified by Earth system interactions145
China’s CO2 peak before 2030 implied from characteristics and growth of cities145
Policy design for the Anthropocene141
Food production shocks across land and sea139
Countries and the global rate of soil erosion136
Importance of snow and glacier meltwater for agriculture on the Indo-Gangetic Plain135
Contributions of sociometabolic research to sustainability science130
Sustainability in global agriculture driven by organic farming122
Well-being outcomes of marine protected areas117
Rethinking resilience to wildfire117
Meta-analysis of pro-environmental behaviour spillover116
Air quality in megacity Delhi affected by countryside biomass burning112
Techno–ecological synergies of solar energy for global sustainability110
Global emission hotspots of coal power generation109
Air quality and health benefits from fleet electrification in China107
The global conservation movement is diverse but not divided101
A multi-model assessment of food security implications of climate change mitigation101
Disparities in rooftop photovoltaics deployment in the United States by race and ethnicity100
Improving network approaches to the study of complex social–ecological interdependencies100
Income-based variation in Sustainable Development Goal interaction networks99
The global nexus of food–trade–water sustaining environmental flows by 205098
Anthropocene risk97
Ozone depletion, ultraviolet radiation, climate change and prospects for a sustainable future91
Unprecedented health costs of smoke-related PM2.5 from the 2019–20 Australian megafires83
Urban river pollution control in developing countries81
A more dynamic understanding of human behaviour for the Anthropocene81
Protecting half of the planet could directly affect over one billion people78
Reductions in deforestation and poverty from decentralized forest management in Nepal78
Systems thinking for education about the molecular basis of sustainability74
Realizing resilience for decision-making74
Heat exposure and global air conditioning73
Biodiversity’s contributions to sustainable development73
Floating treatment wetlands as a suitable option for large-scale wastewater treatment72
Participation and inclusiveness in the Intergovernmental Science–Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services69
Flexibility and intensity of global water use69
Methane removal and atmospheric restoration68
Leveraging total factor productivity growth for sustainable and resilient farming68
Modelling the drivers of a widespread shift to sustainable diets67
Firm-level propagation of shocks through supply-chain networks66
Environmental and health co-benefits for advanced phosphorus recovery65
Aridity and reduced soil micronutrient availability in global drylands65
Expansion of sustainability science needed for the SDGs64
Massive soybean expansion in South America since 2000 and implications for conservation63
Mitigating crop yield losses through weed diversity63
Recyclable thermoset hyperbranched polymers containing reversible hexahydro-s-triazine62
Our footprint on Antarctica competes with nature for rare ice-free land60
Governance in socioeconomic pathways and its role for future adaptive capacity59