The Urban Studies Institute researches urban economic resilience and inclusive development including questions of urbanization and development, sustainability, diversity, inequality, life-chances, social/spatial integration, access to public goods, and urban health disparities.
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- The role of diverse values of nature in visioning and transforming towards just and sustainable futures
- Beyond Academia: A case for reviews of gray literature for science-policy processes and applied research
- Science on ecosystems and people to support the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework
- The Urban Nature Indexes (UNI): A New, Flexible Tool to Comprehensively Monitor Urban Ecological Performance
- Diverse values of nature for sustainability
- The role of values in future scenarios: what types of values underpin (un)sustainable and (un)just futures?
- Assessing Resilience, Equity, and Sustainability of Future Visions Across Two Urban Scales
- Public Response to Solar Geoengineering: How Media Frames About Stratospheric Aerosol Injection Affect Opinions
- A social-ecological-technological systems framework for urban ecosystem services
- Sensemaking for Entangled Urban Social, Ecological, and Technological Systems in the Anthropocene