PLOS Sustainability & Transformation Year in Review
2022 was a year of growth following the launch of PLOS Sustainability and Transformation. We published new and noteworthy research as we continue to build this home for global sustainability research. Discover journal updates, explore new offerings, and more below.
* Data sourced from Dimensions, as of December, 2022
** Mentions; Across web, social media, and news outlets worldwide. Data sourced from Altmetrics
In 2022, PLOS Sustainability and Transformation articles were referenced over 680 times by media outlets around the world. Explore articles that made the news:
- Rapid rise in urban sprawl: Global hotspots and trends since 1990
- A slow road from meat dominance to more sustainable diets: An analysis of purchase preferences among Finnish loyalty-card holders
- The hidden value of trees: Quantifying the ecosystem services of tree lineages and their major threats across the contiguous US
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Read noteworthy papers from 2022:
- Maximising sustainable nutrient production from coupled fisheries-aquaculture systems
- Are carbon offsets the key to green cryptocurrencies?
- Can economic development be a driver of food system sustainability? Empirical evidence from a global sustainability index and a multi-country analysis
- Reconceptualizing conservation
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