Now the most prominent fruits of the planetary sustainability project are all available online, and open access. Read my short introductory editorial to the planetary sustainability collection, just published: https://doi.org/10.1017/sus.2020.7 All of the articles of the collection are provided by leading experts in the field:
- Simonetta Di Pippo (UNOOSA): The contribution of space for a more sustainable earth: leveraging space to achieve the sustainable development goals
- Ulrike M. Bohlmann, Gina Petrovici (ESA): Developing planetary sustainability: Legal challenges of Space 4.0
- Mahulena Hofmann, Federico Bergamasco (University of Luxembourg): Space resources activities from the perspective of sustainability: legal aspects
- Larry F. Martinez (California State University): Legal regime sustainability in outer space: theory and practice
- Johannes Wallacher, Stefan Einsiedel, Andreas Gösele (Munich School of Philosophy): Sustainable development: in space as on Earth?
- Markus Vogt, Christoph Weber (Ludwig Maximilian University Munich): Current challenges to the concept of sustainability
- Claus Beisbart (University of Bern): Do we need an ethics of planetary sustainability?
Read all of the articles here: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/global-sustainability/collection/planetary-sustainability
I thank Cambridge University Press and the editor-in-chief of GlobalSustainability, Johan Rockström, for the great opportunity of this collaboration.
I also want to mention again the overview article I wrote together with astrophysicist André Galli for the COSPAR community (recently quoted by Peter Singer): https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2214552418301019
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