Climate Research at COP26
Against the backdrop of COP26, the important role of research in successful climate policy making.
Learning from crises: reflecting on the power of cross-sector conversations
Guest post from the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network on the Learning from Crises roundtable series.
Raising concern over intimidation of scientists in the pandemic
Nature's features editor, Richard Van Noorden discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on scientists
Celebrating collective action for the Global Goals
How Springer Nature is celebrating Global Goals Week and supporting the delivery of the UN SDGs.
Furthering our diversity, equity and inclusion commitment in research publishing
More details on how Springer Nature will deliver on its commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion across research publishing
Why do we need a Climate Action Officer now?
Joyce Lorigan, Group Head of Corporate Affairs, discusses how Springer Nature is stepping up on climate change.
Why we stand by our journalism and journalists now more than ever
Nature's Editor-in-Chief and Chief Magazine editor on online harassment against journalism and journalists.
Why Springer Nature colleagues are ‘out of the office’ on 2nd July
Springer Nature will close down operations for one day, as a thank you to colleagues
Embracing change to support inclusive scholarship
Ed Gerstner, director of journals, policy and strategy, reflects on Springer Nature's inclusive name change policy
What next for Impact Factors?
Why we need to work together to create metrics that better meet the needs of the research community.