The latest updates from Springer Nature around our DE&I strategies and our role as a sustainable business.
How Springer Nature is working to build closer partnerships between science and policy, to speed up progress for all.
A new report from Springer Nature shares insights into diversity, equity and inclusion across the global research community.
A symposium held in Tokyo explored the complex issues of cities and nature and how people and nature can flourish together.
Following the STM Spring conference, Joyce Lorigan reflects on the how we can work together to meet the SDGs.
Nicola Jones reflects on Springer Nature's recent London Book Fair seminar with Pan Macmillan on communicating science and the SDGs.
Springer Nature publishes its latest Sustainable Business report, Driven by Discovery.
A look back at Springer Nature's recent Sustainable Development in Latin America and Caribbean Summit.
Sowmya Swaminathan reflects on the progress of the Research Publishing DEI strategy since it's announcement
Deborah Daley recounts Springer Nature's Black Employee Network recent Jubilee event on diversity in STEM.
Nature Portfolio sets out steps to address inclusion and ethics in global research collaborations.
Dr Marios Karouzos and Milana Vernikova discuss the importance of education for women and girls of Afghanistan.
Springer Nature publishes its latest Sustainable Business report, Unlocking Potential.
Nature's first diversity conference showcases real life examples from around the world
Executive Director of UN Women, Sima Bahous, talks about the importance of gender equality in science this International Women's Day.
Mimi Hendricks and Bernadette Bynoe Mack reflect on Nature Masterclasses in partnership with HBCUs.
Rachel Jacobs takes part in a Q&A with the Publishers Association for Work in Publishing week.
Guest post from the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network on the Learning from Crises roundtable series.
Against the backdrop of COP26, the important role of research in successful climate policy making.
How Springer Nature is celebrating Global Goals Week and supporting the delivery of the UN SDGs.
More details on how Springer Nature will deliver on its commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion across research publishing
Nature's Editor in Chief urges UN to explicitly recognise the role of science in solving global problems.
Joyce Lorigan, Group Head of Corporate Affairs, discusses how Springer Nature is stepping up on climate change.
Ed Gerstner, director of journals, policy and strategy, reflects on Springer Nature's inclusive name change policy
For World Ocean's Day, Anna Armstrong, Nature, discusses the critical role ocean research is playing in accelerating sustainable change.
On Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Springer Nature reflects on its contributions to improving accessibility
Magdalena Skipper, Editor in Chief, Nature, in response to a statement issued at the 2021 Nobel Prize Summit
Springer Nature is the first publisher to join The Climate Pledge
Springer Nature makes progress as a sustainable business
In support of the Asian & Pacific Islander communities
Frank Vrancken Peeters
Springer Nature commits to the Valuable 500, taking further action on disability inclusion.
How Springer Nature is supporting and accelerating progress towards the SDGs
An update on Springer Nature's DEI commitment.
New reports shed light on challenges ahead.
Statement ahead of SDSN & Springer Nature Conference (8th Oct 2020).
Springer Nature & UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network - Free conference 'Science for a sustainable future'.
Commissioned research to better understand challenges faced by universities and researchers worldwide.
SN Pride talks through its commitment to pushing for diversity in our communities.
Springer Nature's third Responsible Business Report.
Thea Sherer on how Springer Nature will be carbon neutral by 2020.
Taking an active role in accelerating progress on equality, diversity & inclusion.
This Global Goals Week we at Springer Nature are asking ourselves what we can do to help bring people together and to join the dots between research and the solutions we need to build a better, more sustainable world.
With the fastest-growing scientific and scholarly research, China’s importance for sustainable development is increasingly clear.
My first impressions of Davos? Dazzling, overwhelming, unexpected, thought-provoking, incredibly busy and much, much more…
Today Springer Nature launches its Responsible Business report for 2018.
The theme of this year’s IWD couldn’t be more relevant to us. Last month, Springer Nature’s management board announced to our 13,000 colleagues that we will set a target to improve gender representation in our leadership group.
As a progressive publisher, we have a responsibility to support diversity and inclusion.
Springer Nature believes that great multidisciplinary research needs to be informing global discussions.
Women’s achievements in STEM fields need to be harnessed to raise awareness, create role models and foster a more inclusive culture.
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