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We are delighted to announce a new project on ‘Transformative Pathways to Sustainability’ working across partners in our Pathways to Sustainability Global Consortium.

The project involves researchers in six regions around the world working together on social transformations in the context of environmental change. The project covers three areas:
  • Sustainable agricultural and food systems for healthy livelihoods
  • Low carbon energy transitions that serve the needs of the poor
  • Waste and water for sustainable cities
The ‘Transformative Pathways to Sustainability’ project builds links and allows the exchange of ideas between researchers in Latin America, North America, Africa, China, Europe and South Asia.

The project is one of three “Transformative Knowledge Networks” funded as part of the innovative Transformations to Sustainability Programme of the International Social Science Council (ISSC). It started in 2016 and will run for three years.
 
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Blog: How to end the dominance of rich countries over sustainability science

In this blogpost, Patrick van Zwanenberg, Anabel Marin and Adrian Ely reflect on the state of sustainability science and ask how it could be transformed by research agendas from low and middle income countries.

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