Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society

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How can we successfully manage the transition towards sustainable energy?

How can we use the natural resources of our planet in a sustainable manner?

Is the Green Economy living up to its promises?

No single discipline can provide the answers to these and similar questions. This is why, for 25 years now, GAIA has been building networks between practitioners and scientists with a wide variety of disciplinary specialties, all with the goal of jointly finding the best solutions for the environment and society.

To celebrate its 25th anniversary, GAIA invites you to browse through the results of this fruitful endeavor by offering free online access to all articles > from December 6, 2017 to January 15, 2018.

On this auspicious anniversary, we also looked into which topics GAIA readers had found most intriguing in 2017. The three most popular articles dealt with the Green Economy, ecosystem services and the Anthropocene.

Green Economy - the Next Oxymoron? No Lessons Learned from Failures of Implementing Sustainable Development  >
Ulrich Brand
GAIA 21/1 (2012): 28 - 32

Towards a National Ecosystem Assessment in Germany. A Plea for a Comprehensive Approach >
Christian Albert, Carsten Neßhöver, Matthias Schröter, Heidi Wittmer, Aletta Bonn, Benjamin Burkhard, Jens Dauber, Ralf Döring, Christine Fürst, Karsten Grunewald, Dagmar Haase, Bernd Hansjürgens, Jennifer Hauck, Mandy Hinzmann, Thomas Koellner, Tobias Plieninger, Sven-Erik Rabe, Irene Ring, Joachim H. Spangenberg, Ulrich Stachow, Henry Wüstemann, Christoph Görg
GAIA 26/1 (2017): 27 - 33

Zwischen Tagesgeschäft und Erdgeschichte: Die unterschiedlichen Zeitskalen in der Debatte um das Anthropozän >
From Daily Business to Earth History. The Varying Time Scales of the Anthropocene Debate
Christoph Görg
GAIA 25/1 (2016): 9 - 13
Winner of the GAIA Best Paper Award 201

 

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