How appealing to the human spiritual nature impacts sustainability
One author challenges readers to embrace both spirituality and sustainability as tools for a successful existence.
How Springer Nature responds to public health emergencies
Learn more about Springer Nature's commitment to supporting the global response to emerging outbreaks.
Discover how machine learning is empowering researchers to progress on the SDGs
Get to know the three main players in our latest project to answer whether open research is facilitating progress on the SDGs.
Towards societal impact: What methods do researchers use to track societal impact?
Read the third blog in a four-part series which unpacks the results of a survey of over 9000 researchers, to better understand their attitudes towards societal impact.
Exploring societal impact: "It’s a huge privilege to fulfill a role in society like this."
A researcher discusses co-founding an NGO which works on issues relating to transitional justice and the International Criminal Court.
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.
SDG Interview Series: Katie Dain on how researchers can make their work more accessible for policy makers
The CEO of the NCD Alliance shares her insight on how researchers, NGOs, and policy makers can best work together to improve worldwide health and sustainability.
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.
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 book will continue to have an impact on the broader public
One Springer author shares why she chose to publish her climate change research in book format and how it has already gathered wide online awareness.