2020 Best Paper Award Winners Announced

ICSD 2020 is pleased to announce the winners of awards for best papers:

  • Alfred Godwin Adjabeng: An Assessment of Attitudes Towards Flood Risk Management in Three Communities at La-Nkwantanang Madina Municipality in Ghana
  • Johann Caro-Burnett & Luis E. Gonzales-Carrasco: Assessing `not in my backyard’ environmental policies: Is carbon leakage worse than we thought?
  • Izzet Ari: Climate Change Adaptation Needs in a Changing Global Health Issues
  • Enda Murphy & Patrick Paul Walsh: Developing a target-based environmental SDG index
  • Jennifer Morawiecki & Alice Aiken: Framing a University Research & Innovation Strategy Around the SDGs: A Case Study
  • Taylor Wilson: Land Sovereignty and Food Rights: Looking Back and Moving Forward for Indigenous Peoples in Canada
  • Maggie Ka Ka Lee: Marine Debris Mitigation – Plastic Neutrality Through a Credit System in Southeast Asia
  • Benedetto Rugani, Javier Babií Almenar, & Thomas Elliot: On the contribution of nature-based solutions to address urban metabolism challenges
  • Guillermo Pleitavino, Guillermo Catuogno, Esteban van Dam, & Eduardo Miserendino: Open Source Hardware Technology, a Sustainable Solution to achieve Energy for All in the Global South
  • Jordan King: Pursuing the Sustainable Development Goals through Teaching and Learning: A review of interdisciplinary research in higher education
  • Mariana Gabrielle Reyes & Vianney Denis: Recognition of benthic communities and their specificities in optimizing reef restoration strategies
  • Jessica Wright, Yaxiong Ma, Sucharita Gopal, & Nathan Phillips: Spatial Analysis of Street Tree Condition and Proximity to Gas Leaks and Leak-Prone Infrastructure
  • Rachel Herbert, Andrew Plume, & Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski: Sustainability Through a Gender Lens: The Extent to Which Research on UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Includes Sex and Gender Consideration
  • Ronald Panameño: Transitioning the Sugarcane Industry to the Circular Economy in Central America. Can it lead the transformation in the food sector?
  • Constanza Mora: Youth perspectives (and values) in relation to community institutions and forest resources in Mexico