Advancing SDGs 2 and 15, this article explores the impact of organic grain cropping systems on soil health.
Advancing SDG 15, this article explores the impact of vegetation management on plant diversity.

European Journal of Soil Biology, Volume 96, January–February 2020, 103146

Advancing SDG 15, this article explores microbial response in a no-till farm in Northeast China.

Agricultural Water Management, Volume 227, 20 January 2020, 105832

Advancing SDGs 2 and 15, this article explore the FAO56 framework for coping with the effects of soil salinity on crop evapotranspiration and yields.

World Development, Volume 127, 2020,104770, ISSN 0305-750X,

This special issue of World Development is part of the SDG Perspectives Series, a collaborative, interdisciplinary endeavour whose aim is to interrogate the gap between academic and policy discourses underpinning the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. The articles offer rich overviews on key goals, and provide examples, research evidence, and empirical data that illustrate important challenges and new lines of enquiry. By narrowing down the discussion on specific aspects of the SDGs that deserve particular attention, the special issue offers a nuanced perspective on the potential and limitations of the 2030 Agenda.

Applied Soil Ecology, Volume 144, December 2019, Pages 12-21

Advancing SDG 15, this article explores the relationship between field management, soil health, and soil microbial abundance and composition in soil collected from 34 diverse farms in Maritime Canada.
This journal article addresses goals 9, 14, and 15 by assessing country-level overlaps between planned infrastructure expansion, infrastructure-threatened biodiversity, and national biodiversity compensation policies.
To achieve SDGs 9 alongside 14 and 15, capitalizing on the global coverage of mandatory compensation policies and rapidly transforming them into robust No Net Loss policies (emphasizing impact avoidance) should be an urgent priority.

World Development, Volume 126, 2020, 104706, ISSN 0305-750X

This paper contributes to the debate on the agency of the South in shaping global norms by focusing on the adoption of sustainable development as the consensus framework for the SDGs. Based on documentary and archival research, interviews with stakeholders, and direct participant observation of the SDG negotiations and consultations, the paper chronicles the ideas originating from the South in the emergence and subsequent evolution of the sustainable development concept and the adoption of the SDG.
Advancing SDG 15, this article studied the changes in soil physical properties and earthworm abundance under six tillage treatments on Endocalcic Chernozem (Loamic) soil.