Through a series of articles in the Springer Nature portfolio, Elisabeth Jeffries reports on business/environment/social themes, as well as new inventions/R&D innovations. These are listed in reverse order chronologically.

Nature Climate Change – a series of 11 articles for this globally high-profile publication

July 2017 – NatCC Nationalist Advance discusses climate policies of European ‘populist’ parties

May 2016 – NatCCCity Limits Final Published: describes constraints on local authorities aiming to reduce buildings emissions

Feb 2016 – NatCCFreeing Fossil Fuels considers carbon impacts of free trade agreements

Aug 2015 – NatCCFatisanEnvironmentalistIssue: reports on efforts to encourage policy makers to view palm oil through the health lens

Feb 2015 – NatCCComingCleanFeb2015: draws attention to then unacknowledged cleantech impacts from mining

May 2015 – NatureClimateChangeChangingCourseMay2015 describes initiatives to view/achieve carbon reduction through dietary policies

Juil 2014 – NatCCAfricaJuly2014: reports on media coverage of climate heating in Africa

Feb 2014 – NatCCFeb2014ClearStoreys: outlines gaps in national buildings data and their effect on policy

Sept 2013 – NatureCCSept2013PleasurePrinciple1: considers initiatives to use neuroscience to study our response to nature

Mar 2013 – NatCCEcofashion: reports on studies showing barriers to large-scale sustainable apparel manufacture

Feb 2013 – NatCCLostinTransition: outlines intellectual property barriers affecting cleantech in developing countries

Nature Energytwo articles for this high-profile publication

Nov 2017 – In the Dark: reports on an initiative to procure clean energy for refugee camps and communities

Jan 2017 –  Cultural Energy: discusses whether energy features play a cultural role in attracting tourists