To support development and sustainability in the Global South, contextual and locally appropriate knowledge on agriculture needs to be visible and accessible. Improving coverage in global open scholarly infrastructures can play a crucial role in increasing visibility.
Whose side are scientists on in times of climate breakdown? Science is often called upon to provide knowledge and expertise to address global challenges and accelerate towards sustainable futures. But, critical times ask for critical thinking on science for sustainability.
As scholarly communication is getting more diverse and transparent, there is an increasing need for reliable information on platforms’ policies. The Journal Observatory project aims to connect existing data and build toward systematic high-quality information on scholarly communication platforms.
Collaborations between industry and research institutions are a common phenomenon in science. But what does the situation look like in Latin America and the Caribbean? In a recent study, our author took a closer look and identified central as well as less prominent research areas.