How two sustainability adventurers are getting companies on board to align profitability with sustainability
Read our interview with two researchers and sustainability adventurers who travel the world to share more information about sustainable business models.
Why the wide appeal and trusted nature of books can help provide solutions that can be implemented anywhere in the world
Palgrave author Robert Brears discusses some the biggest issues society faces today, and how books are able to address them by reaching a wide variety of critical stakeholders, from other researchers and practitioners, to policymakers and concerned citizens.
Academic Book Week: Interview with author Prof. Dave Reay, Climate-Smart Food
Learn more about one researcher's experience publishing his book open access in an effort to get the word out about the challenges and solutions of climate change.
Why books should be the nexus of inspiration, knowledge, cases and tools
Annabeth Aagaard, author of Palgrave title, Sustainable Business Models: Innovation, Implementation and Success, shares her thoughts on the future of books relating to climate change and why she chose to publish her research in a book format.
Exploring societal impact: “Participation leads to better quality, more impactful research.”
Professor Mai Chin A Paw explains her participatory approach to her research and how she supports her PhD students to do the same.
Exploring societal impact: "Openness and curiosity are key."
In this series installment we learn why cross-disciplinary research and an open-minded approach are key to societal impact.
Exploring societal impact: “We have a mandate to maximise how our research is used.”
Prof. Iannuzzi shares his entrepreneurial journey and how he is helping other academics to become entrepreneurs.
Exploring societal impact: “We have to build bridges with society”
Professor Nelen discusses societal impact in the context of his research career is criminology.