Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss

To better understand how existing research supports progress towards the targets for each SDG, we are asking researchers like you to help evaluate the relevance of publications to those targets. You can do this by matching publications to the indicators developed by the IAEG-SDGs as a metric to show progress towards a given target.

Here’s how to help:

  1. Click Match to indicators for any publication in the list below or upload your own publications.
  2. Review the information about the publication and the list of targets and indicators relevant to the SDG.
  3. Select the indicators that you believe apply to this publication or click Not applicable at the bottom of the page.
  4. Click Submit feedback.
  5. Select another publication to review.
  • Selected publications
  • Upload publications
Kirkpatrick I., Bullinger B., Dent M., Lega F. (2012). The development of medical-manager roles in European hospital systems: A framework for comparison. International Journal of Clinical Practice
12 citations
Catling P.M. (2013). The cult of the Red Pine - A useful reference for the over-afforestation period of Ontario. Canadian Field-Naturalist
2 citations
Wood B., Harrison T. (2011). The evolutionary context of the first hominins. Nature
131 citations
Ito T. (2013). Preservation potential of seasonal laminated deposits as a useful tool for environmental analysis in mesotrophic Lake Kizaki, central Japan. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences
4 citations

To learn more about our plans for sharing the data we collect, please visit identifying research that supports the SDGs.

Powered by Scopus

Scopus® is a source-neutral abstract and citation database curated by independent subject matter experts. It places powerful discovery and analytics tools in the hands of researchers, librarians, institutional research managers and funders.