GAIA supports the promotion of young researchers by awarding the GAIA Masters Student Paper Award.
Every year, Masters students are encouraged to submit their results from research-based courses or Masters theses in the field of transdisciplinary environmental and sustainability science. One article will be selected by a jury. The award is meant to honor research which holds relevance for important societal transformations and/or which has discovered new paths of inter- and transdisciplinary environmental or sustainability research. The winner will be granted a price money of 1'500,- EUR, endowed by the Selbach Environmental Foundation and Dialogik gGmbH and a free one-year subscription to GAIA, including free online access.
The winner may also be encouraged to submit his/her paper for publication in GAIA. The GAIA Masters Student Paper Award will be presented on the occasion of the GAIA Annual Meeting, held every spring at different locations.
More information on the award and winners of the award is available >here.
GAIA builds a platform to ensure a unique inter- and transdisciplinary dialogue. In order to foster networking and exchange within the community of inter- and transdisciplinary researchers in the environmental and sustainability sciences, GAIA's Editorial Board honours the best article(s) of the year with its GAIA Best Paper Award.
The article(s) are selected for their excellence and/or relevance, which are important criteria in sustainability research.
More information on the award and winners of the award is available >here
As a symbolic recognition of the referees' valuable and valued work, which helps to support the high quality of GAIA, GAIA publishes at the beginning of each new year a list of individuals who contributed a review in the previous year.
List of reviewers >2019
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