Behind the Paper Top Ten: 2019

Our most viewed Behind the Paper posts of 2019
Behind the Paper Top Ten: 2019

Let’s begin 2020 with a run-down of our Top Ten most viewed* Behind the Paper posts of 2019, book-ended by agrivoltics and sustainable cities.     

  1. Taking the top spot, a post by Helene Marrou from September on the history of agrivoltaics.    

  2. The surprising finding that China and India leaders in greening of the world is the subject of our second most viewed post, contributed by Chi Chen.  

  3. Thomas Sterner discusses policy design for the Anthropocene, our Behind the Paper at no.3. 

  4. Identifying public understandings of SDGs by Paul Bain is our fourth most viewed post of 2019. 

  5. Sticking with the SGDs, Guido Schmidt-Traub proposes six ideas to help achieve them - our post at no.6 post      

  6. Frans Bongers writes about the long-term sustainability frankincense in his Behind the Paper from July, our sixth most viewed. 

  7. Assessing global targets on access to clean water is the topic of Oki Taikan’s post, in at no.7. 

  8. Our no.8 post is about eco-technology for wastewater treatment, contributed by Muhammad Arslan

  9. Rebecca Ciez examines different recycling processes for lithium-ion batteries in her Behind the Paper, our ninth most viewed post of 2019.   

  10. And just making the Top Ten is Thomas Elmqvist’s post on global sustainability in the urban century.

Thanks to all our Behind the Paper contributors from 2019 (we published over 100 posts) and congratulations to those that made our Top Ten. We look forward to many more sustainable stories in 2020. 

If you would like to post a Behind the Paper and don't see the 'Contribute' option along the menu bar, then please get in touch with us and we can update your profile. 

We also happily welcome Behind the Papers from journals other than our own, like this one by Terry van Gevelt on a paper he published in Global Environmental Change. 

*using Google Analytics. 

Poster image is from Frans Bongers Behind the Paper post (no.6)

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