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Cross-disciplinary evidence principles for social-environmental sustainability

Game, E and Tallis, H and Olander, L and Alexander, S and Busch, J and Cartwright, N and Kalies, E and Masuda, Y and Mupepele, A and Qiu, J. and Rooney, A and Sills, E and Sutherland, W (2018) 'Cross-disciplinary evidence principles for social-environmental sustainability.', Nature Sustainability, 1 (9). pp. 452-454.


Evidence-based approaches to sustainability challenges must draw on knowledge from the environment, development and health communities. To be practicable, this requires an approach to evidence that is broader and less hierarchical than the standards often applied within disciplines.

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Date accepted:21 August 2018
Date deposited:08 December 2021
Date of first online publication:14 September 2018
Date first made open access:08 December 2021

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