5 Ways Springer Nature is progressing as a responsible business
Find out more about how Springer Nature manages its environmental and social impacts.
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.
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.
How scientists need to lead the public to a healthier planet
Here one expert considers how researchers will be able to make real, lasting change against SDG14.
Exploring societal impact: “It takes dedicated time to have an impact.”
Here we learn from a PhD student whose research may have played a pivotal role in changing the course of a Dutch government proposal.
Exploring societal impact: “Patient involvement can shift the research agenda.”
Learn how a researcher developed models for patient involvement in healthcare research.
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.
Why research is important to attaining gender equality
Unpacking gender discrimination in India and showing how engagement with policy makers is critical to producing socially relevant research.
What are the origins of gender inequality?
A researcher explains how life course theory plays a role in the continued disadvantaged position of women.