Partners

We have productive partnerships with:

  • the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC)
  • the journal Evidence and Policy
  • the journal GAIA.

We would be delighted to discuss other partnership possibilities.

SESYNC

SESYNC is the US National Science Foundation-funded National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center at the University of Maryland and is located in Annapolis, Maryland, USA.

The SESYNC theme Building resources for complex, action-oriented team science is led by Professor Gabriele Bammer from The Australian National University. The theme is home to the three pursuits listed below and their activities are showcased in a number of blog posts. Blog posts have also been contributed by participants in other SESYNC pursuits and activities.

The three pursuits in the SESYNC theme Building resources for complex, action-oriented team science are:

Evidence and Policy

Contributors to the journal Evidence and Policy, who have written papers with particular salience for the I2Insights blog, are also regularly invited to further the reach of their work through a blog post about their paper. Evidence and Policy makes these papers free-to-access for a month after the blog post is published, unless the paper is already open access.

GAIA: Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society

Similarly, contributors to the journal GAIA, who have written papers with particular salience for the I2Insights blog, are also regularly invited to further the reach of their work through a blog post about their paper. GAIA makes these papers free-to-access for a month after the blog post is published, unless the paper is already open access.

Partnership possibilities

We welcome other short- and long-term partnership possibilities. For example:

  • a series of blog posts from chapters in the book Transdisciplinary Research and Practice for Sustainability Outcomes published in 2016 and 2017
  •  occasional blog posts from the research project “The Collaboration Lab” funded by the New Zealand Our Land and Water National Science Challenge published in 2016 and 2017
  • a new series of blog posts from the International Transdisciplinarity Conference 2017, starting in 2017 and continuing in 2018.