Academic Book Week: Interview with author Dr. Sven Teske, Achieving the Paris Climate Agreement Goals
A researcher explains how his choice to publish his book open access was in an effort to widen the audience of his work, inspiring new perspective for energy and climate policy.
Books as a platform to engage with non-specialist audiences
Writing a book allows one researcher to think about core messages and findings that would be useful for decision-makers and others working on climate resilience.
Exploring societal impact: "You need to bring two worlds together."
In this series installment we learn how Dr. Melanie Ehren works with policymakers and educators in carrying out her research.
Exploring societal impact: “We would like to award points for societal impact.”
Professor Frank shares his work with policymakers and the challenges of measuring societal impact.
Exploring societal impact: “You need to listen and be flexible.”
A researcher shares her experience working on the improvement of care for children with obesity.
Introducing the Springer Nature Sustainable Development Goals Programme
Learn what we're doing to address the 17 Sustainable Development Goals outlined by the United Nations.
Addressing water scarcity with ocean waves
The co-founder of Resolute Marine Energy dives into the science behind the innovative Wave2O technology.
Bringing problems to the public and other ways to raise awareness for our oceans
Learn why one researcher is depending on younger generations for the future well-being of our oceans.