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Telecoupling: Understanding how small -- and connected -- the world is
To understand today’s hyper-connected world and achieve a sustainable future, it takes an umbrella.That umbrella is telecoupling, a new avenue of research that enables natural and social scientists across various disciplines to understand and generate information for managing how humans and nature sustainably coexist.
In the media
The December 2015 Water International publication
has been included in the high impact research collection of Routledge Geography, Planning and Urban Studies academic publishers.
Telecoupling paper honored as best of 2013 in Ecology and Society
Web of Science
As of September/October 2014, this paper received enough citations
to place it in the top 1% of the academic field of social sciences.
*Hot Papers are in the top 0.1% cited in a 2-month period
News release: Telecoupling pulls pieces of sustainability together
Scholars are talking:
Telecoupling and the IALE World Congress Part 2: Tele-whating? A NASA-MSU scholar from Texas begins to fit his head - and his work - around a telecoupling framework in his blog.
What Are We Doing with our Planet’s Land? A Report from Berlin A senior scientist reports on telecoupling work surfacing in a Global Land Project conference in the Union of Concerned Scientist blog.
- It takes a village – and much more – to quench megacity water demands
- New science redefines remote - even pandas global
- When the world's hyperconnectivity impacts sustainability
- "Telecoupling” explains why it’s a small (and fast) world, after all
- CHANS hits the classroom
- Agreement with Brazil opens doors for MSU research
- Telecoupling pulls pieces of sustainability puzzle together
- Telecoupling science shows China’s forest sustainability packs global impact
- World’s challenges demand science changes – and fast, experts say