Networking between journalists, scientists and policymakers can lead to more informed decision-making at national and regional levels. What networks are already in place? And how can they be most effective?
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Overcoming barriers to how research is used in practice is important — but it's just half the battle, says NGO research expert Rachel Hayman.
22 May 2013
Scientists in developing countries should increase the quality of their research by publishing more good papers, not fewer, says Rafael Loyola.
The Rio+20 Secretariat's analysis of S&T trends and achievements since the 1992 Earth Summit points to ways of accelerating progress.
16 March 2012
Source: UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20)
Budgetary constraints and political apathy have resulted in poor science communication in India, says Archita Bhatta.
21 May 2013
After an expert meeting, scientists are increasingly positive that policymakers will involve science in the Sustainable Development Goals process.
3 January 2013
Science journalist Lynne Smit is your guide to the digital research and publishing tools that are changing the working lives of journalists.