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In the two workshops we held in 2019, 60+ participants mapped the sustainability science landscape as it appears today in the US, developed developed sector-by-sector approaches to the evolution of that landscape, and worked to cluster key investment opportunities that would strengthen the role of research and scholarship on policy, practice, and behavior change across sectors. 

Our goal is to turn this work into outward facing boundary objects that support funders, administrators, NGO and business leaders, sustainability-focused centers of excellence, training programs, and individuals working to connect their work with a broader community.

Kiki Jenkins clustering ideas for changes to the US sustainability system.

A draft set of national investment opportunities to strengthen US Sustainability Science systems, developed by the Sustainability Science 2.0 participants.