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Carewa, Anna L. and Fern Wicksonb. 2010. "The TD Wheel: A heuristic to shape, support and evaluate transdisciplinary research." Futures 42:1146-1155. [PDF]

Clark, Susan G., Murray B. Rutherford, Matthew R. Auer, David N. Cherney, Richard L. Wallace, David J. Mattson, Douglas A. Clark, Lee Foote, Naomi Krogman, Peter Wilshusen, and Toddi Steelman. 2011. "College and University Environmental Programs as a Policy Problem (Part 1): Integrating Knowledge, Education, and Action for a Better World?" Environmental Management 47(5):701-715. [part 2 (PDF)]

Clark, Susan G., Murray B. Rutherford, Matthew R. Auer, David N. Cherney, Richard L. Wallace, David J. Mattson, Douglas A. Clark, Lee Foote, Naomi Krogman, Peter Wilshusen, and Toddi Steelman. 2011. "College and University Environmental Programs as a Policy Problem (Part 2): Strategies for Improvement." Environmental Management 47(5):716-726. [PDF] [part 1]

Clark, William C. 2007. "Sustainability Science: A Room of its Own." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104(6):1737-1738. [PDF] [related video]

Clark, William C. 2009. "Linking Knowledge with Action for Sustainable Development. Progress report from an international research program of the Initiative on Science and Technology for Sustainability." Academy of Sciences of the Developing World (TWAS), U.S. National Academy of Sciences (NAS), CGIAR (ICRAF/ILRI/CIFOR/ASB), Sustainability Science Program. Harvard University, Cambridge. [slide presentation (PDF)]

Clark, William C. and N.M. Dickson. 2003. "Sustainability Science: The Emerging Research Program." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100(14):8059-8061.

Clark, William C., Paul J. Crutzen, and Hans J. Schellnhuber. 2005. "Science for Global Sustainability: Toward a New Paradigm." CID Working Paper #120, Center for International Development (CID), Harvard University, Cambridge.

Ecological Economics "is concerned with extending and integrating the study and management of nature's household (ecology) and humankind's household (economics). This integration is necessary because conceptual and professional isolation have led to economic and environmental policies which are mutually destructive rather than reinforcing in the long term. The journal is transdisciplinary in spirit and methodologically open."

Gaziulusoy, A. ─░dil and Carol Boyle. 2013. "Proposing a heuristic reflective tool for reviewing literature in transdisciplinary research for sustainability." Journal of Cleaner Production 48:139-147.  [PDF]

Lang, Daniel J., Arnim Wiek, Matthias Bergmann, Michael Stauffacher, Pim Martens, Peter Moll, Mark Swilling, and Christopher J. Thomas. 2012. "Transdisciplinary Research in Sustainability Science: Practice, Principles, and Challenges." Sustainability Science 7(Supplement 1):25-43. [PDF]

Lawton, Ricky N. and Murray A. Rudd. 2013. "Crossdisciplinary research contributions to the United Kingdom′s National Ecosystem Assessment." Ecosystem Services 20 August. 

Mihelcic, James R., John C. Crittenden, Mitchell J. Small, David R. Shonnard, David R. Hokanson, Qiong Zhang, Hui Chen, Sheryl A. Sorby, Valentine U. James, John W. Sutherland, and Jerald L. Schnoor. 2003. "Sustainability Science and Engineering: The Emergence of a New Metadiscipline." Environmental Science and Technology 37(23):5314-5324.

Weinstein, Michael P., R. Eugene Turner, and Carles Ibáñez. 2013. "The Global Sustainability Transition: It Is more than Changing Light Bulbs." Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy 9(1):4-15.

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