Good reads from our journal if your time is quiet

Selected readings from Nature Sustainability, free to read online.

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Given the COVID19 outbreak, many of you might be spending a quieter time due to self-isolation, social distancing etc. (we appreciate others are busier, e.g. taking care of children at home or preparing online teaching material).

We also believe that many are looking for good reads other than virus-related pieces. 

To contribute with our grain of sand (a Spanish say—sorry I couldn't find the English equivalent), in the Nature Sustainability Twitter account we're tweeting the SharedIt link of a few articles on most days. SharedIt links give free access for anyone to read the articles online.

Here are the articles shared so far this way (the headings are minimalist summaries for tweeting, not the actual paper titles):

sustainable pharma development app
weed diversity for + yields
tackle hunger with equality, not productivity
halting global decline of lands
knowledge gaps on biodiversity impacts of growing cities
soil erosion reflects country borders
how our stances affect research 
gender & energy in India
planetary boundaries amplified
nanotech to capture glyphosate



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Aiora Zabala

Senior Editor, Nature Sustainability

Before joining Nature Research, Aiora was lecturer at the University of Cambridge and research consultant at the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), working on sustainable livelihoods and human perspectives on conservation. Aiora studied Environmental Sciences and doctoral courses in Ecological Economics at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. She holds an MSc in Environmental Policy from the University of Oxford and a PhD in Land Economy from the University of Cambridge, focused on motivations and incentives for sustainable behaviour. Aiora is based in the London office.

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Ben Johnson 2 months ago

What a great idea! I'm going to start reading these and will be an expert on sustainability by the end of the outbreak :)

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Aiora Zabala 2 months ago

That's the plan! :)