Articles and Manuscripts (up to 5,000 words)
Interpret original research for non-specialist audiences focusing on applied science projects, and review articles. Synthesize a current research area or project, and show connections to other disciplines and practical applications. Demonstrate how results are of immediate use to practitioners and policy makers. Wherever possible, include policy recommendations.
Lab and Field Notes (up to 1,000 words)
Notes include research, projects-in-progress, or short descriptions about current lab/field research or other projects. Consider developing a summary of fieldwork and/or the process of conducting lab research or current experiences conducting sustainability related projects. Highlight key aspects of the research or project, and preliminary results.
Photo/Video Essays (up to 1,000 words)
Essays may include up to 10 images (photographs, maps, and drawings), with 100 word captions, or 10 minutes of video. Framed by a written essay, as well as detailed captions, the sequence of images should elicit and address sustainability issues.
Teaching and Learning (up to 1,000 words)
Concentrate on summarizing critical issues in the classroom, informal learning environments, and higher education related to sustainability.