Open Access Sustainability Research Hub
At Taylor & Francis
Why should I publish my research on sustainability with Taylor & Francis?
With rapid changes to our climate looking set to continue it is important and timely to consider research that explores solutions to current and future problems covering all aspects of sustainability. As an open-access publication, Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy is committed to providing a bespoke service that delivers research into the hands of researchers in an easy and obstacle-free way.
Eilise Norris, Managing Editor, Sustainability Journals
Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy
Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy advances understanding about sustainability transformations of societal systems and seeks to catalyze social innovations that enable these transitions. Papers published in SSPP recognize that global climate change and other socio-environmental challenges require system-scale reinvention to ensure universally sufficient availability of energy, mobility, housing, and food.
Established in 2005, Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy is a highly trusted venue for the publication of research and reflections on the social and political challenges of achieving absolute reductions in energy and resource consumption while fostering local and global equity. The journal encourages a range of perspectives and invites contributions from scholars, policy makers, advocates, and others that address the challenges of newly envisioning lifestyles for a sustainable future and formulating strategies that encourage institutional reinvention and deeply seated processes of social change.
Maurie Cohen, Editor in Chief
Bridging citizen and stakeholder perspectives of sustainable mobility through practice-oriented design
Hanna Hasselqvist & Mia Hesselgren
Transitions toward more sustainable mobility are necessary and involve changes in complex constellations of mobility-related practices...
After Paris: transitions for sustainable consumption
Daniel Welch & Dale Southerton
Consumption emissions-reduction measures based on an individualized model of consumption, marginal lifestyle changes, and technological innovation alone cannot meet the ambitions of the 2015 Paris Agreement...
Current Special Issue