Recent publications resulting from the T2S projects or from relevant research by members of the T2S community:
Bram Büscher and Robert Fletcher, The Conservation Revolution: Radical ideas for saving nature beyond the Anthropocene, Verso books, February 2020
Robert Fletcher and Bram Büscher, Conservation basic income: A non-market mechanism to support convivial conservation, Biological Conservation, Volume 244, April 2020, 108520
A. Stirling, P. Johnstone, Comparing nuclear trajectories in Germany and the United Kingdom: from regimes to democracies in sociotechnical transitions and discontinuities, Energy Research and Social Science, 59, 101245, January 2020
I. Scoones, A. Stirling, D. Abrol, J. Atela, L. Charli-Joseph, H. Eakin, A. Ely, P. Olsson, L. Pereira, R. Priya, P. van Zwanenberg, L. Yang, Transformations to sustainability: combining structural, systemic and enabling approaches, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, in press, 2019
A. Stirling, How deep is incumbency? A configuring fields approach to redistributing and reorientating power in socio-technical change’, Energy Research and Social Science, 58, 101239, December 2019
Adger WN, Safra de Campos R. (2020). Climate change disruptions to migration systems. In Bastia T, Skeldon R (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Migration and Development. (pp. 382-395). London: Routledge
François Gemenne, Caroline Zickgraf, Anneliese Depoux, Laetitia Pettinotti, Agathe Cavicchioli and Sarah Rosengaertner. (2020). Transformative climate action in cities. Forced Migration Review , pp. 32-35
Tasneem Siddiqui , Tamim Billah. (2020). National Strategy on the management of disaster and climate induced internal displacement.
A publication from MISTY Partner, RMMRU, commissioned by the Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief, Bangladesh.
Carsten Butsch and Sophie-Bo Heinkel, Periurban Transformations in the Global South and Their Impact on Water-Based Livelihoods, Water 2020, 12(2), 458
Beck, S., & Forsyth, T. (2019). Bridging science and culture: participation and representation of transformative change in biodiversity assessments. In Seeds of Change: Provocations for a new research agenda – Conference proceedings from the Biodiversity Revisited Symposium.
Biodiversity Revisited is an initiative of the Luc Hoffmann Institute, in collaboration with WWF, Future Earth, ETH Zürich Department of Environmental Systems Science, University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute, and the Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research at University College London.
In the media…
Deciphering the nexus of science, technology and society
11 February 2020, Akhil Kadidal, Deccan Herald
How do science and policy intersect? Harvard professor explains,
22 January 2020, Haripriya Suresh, The News Minute
The two articles above draw on interviews with Sheila Jasanoff carried out following the GoST project’s January 2020 policy stakeholder workshop in India.
Tackling pollution is a must-do, not a choice
18 January 2020, Leo L. Saldanha, Deccan Herald
Flip side of large-scale solar power
12 December 2019, Bhargavi S. Rao, Deccan Herald
Pesquisadores desenvolvem app alimentado por alunos para ajudar no combate às enchentes [Researchers develop an app designed to fight floods]
4 March 2020, Agência Bori (in Portuguese)
Brasileiro diz que é preciso mudar a maneira de ver as enchentes para enfrentá-las [Brazilian researcher says we need to change the way we see floods in order to face up to them]
29 February 2020, Vivian Oswald interviews Waterproofing Data Project Lead João Porto Albuquerque for Radio France International (in Portuguese)