Transdisciplinary research in sustainability science: practice, principles, and challenges
Daniel J. Lang;Arnim Wiek;Matthias Bergmann;Michael Stauffacher.
Key competencies in sustainability: a reference framework for academic program development
Arnim Wiek;Lauren Withycombe;Charles L. Redman.
Public acceptance of nanotechnology foods and food packaging: The influence of affect and trust
Michael Siegrist;Marie Eve Cousin;Hans Kastenholz;Arnim Wiek.
Real‐world learning opportunities in sustainability: from classroom into the real world
Katja Brundiers;Arnim Wiek;Charles L. Redman.
The future of sustainability science: a solutions-oriented research agenda
Thaddeus R. Miller;Arnim Wiek;Daniel Sarewitz;John Robinson.
Transdisciplinary case studies as a means of sustainability learning: Historical framework and theory
Roland W. Scholz;Daniel J. Lang;Arnim Wiek;Alexander I. Walter.
From complex systems analysis to transformational change: a comparative appraisal of sustainability science projects
Future visioning of local climate change: A framework for community engagement and planning with scenarios and visualisation
Laypeople's and Experts' Perception of Nanotechnology Hazards
Michael Siegrist;Carmen Keller;Hans Kastenholz;Silvia Frey.
Making local futures tangible - synthesizing, downscaling, and visualizing climate change scenarios for participatory capacity building.
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