Highlights in PNAS Sustainability Science

Alison P. Galvani, Chris T. Bauch, Madhur Anand, Burton H. Singer, and Simon A. Levin
Human–environment interactions in population and ecosystem health
PNAS 2016 113:14502

December 20, 2016; 113 (51)

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William C. Clark, Lorrae van Kerkhoff, Louis Lebel, and Gilberto C. Gallopin
Crafting usable knowledge for sustainable development
PNAS 2016 113:4570

April 26, 2016; 113 (17)

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Mark Z. Jacobson, Mark A. Delucchi, Mary A. Cameron, and Bethany A. Frew
Low-cost solution to the grid reliability problem with 100% penetration of intermittent wind, water, and solar for all purposes
PNAS 2015 112:15060

November 23, 2015; 112 (49)

Anne D. Guerry, et. al
Natural capital and ecosystem services informing decisions: From promise to practice
PNAS 2015 112:7348

June 16, 2015; 112 (24)

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Helga Weisz, Sangwon Suh, and T. E. Graedel
Industrial Ecology: The role of manufactured capital in sustainability
PNAS 2015 112:6260

May 19, 2015; 112 (20)

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Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, Katja Frieler and Pavel Kabat
The elephant, the blind, and the intersectoral intercomparison of climate impacts
PNAS 2014 111:3225

March 4, 2014; 111 (9)

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Mario Herrero and Philip K. Thornton
Livestock and global change: Emerging issues for sustainable food systems
PNAS 2013 110:20878

December 24, 2013; 110 (52)

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Sustainability Science in PNAS

This section is dedicated to an emerging field of research dealing with the interactions between natural and social systems, and with how those interactions affect the challenge of sustainability: meeting the needs of present and future generations while substantially reducing poverty and conserving the planet's life support systems.