This articles identifies the current issues in the governance of global marine protected areas, and propose viable solutions to address those issues to enable effective marine governance.
“Open for Climate Justice” is the theme for this year’s International Open Access Week (October 24-30). Open Access Week is an invaluable chance to connect the global momentum toward the open sharing of knowledge with the advancement of policy changes and the importance of social issues affecting people around the world.
Future sustainable food systems should more efficiently use natural resources and reduce food waste. Upcycled food – foods elevated in value through ingredients otherwise wasted or previously thought inedible – constitutes a new approach contributing to this much needed transition. Successful market launches of such foods requires favourable consumer perception of these products, knowing the factors determining acceptance, and an adequate communicational framing of the new concept.
Improving environmental quality through reducing emissions is the central pillar of climate change mitigation and achieving sustainable development goals.

Energy Policy, Volume 168, September 2022

Carbon prices are too low. Switching prices and/or caps are needed. Prices and caps need to deliver targets to stay under to 1.5 °C. Border adjustments are probably needed.
This study aims to analyse catastrophic floods and severe droughts affected by climate change from paleo studies to studies that focus on future projections.
Under global warming, seasonal snow takes faster melting rate than before, which greatly changes the hydrological cycle. This study offer insights into understanding the effect from seasonal snow on vegetation and promote the sustainable utilization of regional vegetation in the Northern Hemisphere.
This content aligns with Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing as well as Goal 10: Reducing Inequalities by presenting early evidence on what it meant to be a frail older individual in the COVID-19 pandemic from the perspective of three different settings: community, hospitals, and nursing homes. Lessons learned provide opportunities to improve health outcomes, community and health services, and how we want to live as aging societies.
This content aligns with Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing as well as Goal 10: Reducing Inequalities by presenting available evidence of the effects of acute COVID-19 illness on children and young people, the impact on at-risk groups, and access to mental health services and education during the pandemic, as well as discussing the implications and recommendations for research, practice, and policy.
This chapter aligns with Goal 14: Life Below Water and Goal 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure by acknowledging increased rates of Arctic transit resulting from declines in sea ice, recognizing the associated risk of increasingly frequent oil spills, and proposing methods to efficiently and effectively respond to such events.