Sustainability Science Program


Innovation and Access to Technologies for Sustainable Development


Featured publications

Frenk, Julio and Suerie Moon. 2013. Governance challenges in global health. New England Journal of Medicine 368:936-942.

Garrett, Rachael D., Ximena Rueda, and Eric F Lambin. 2013. Globalization's unexpected impact on soybean production in South America: Linkages between preferences for non-genetically modified crops, eco-certifications, and land use. Environmental Research Letters 8(4):1-11, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/4/044055.

Matus, Kira J., , William C Clark, Paul T Anastas, Julie B Zimmerman. 2012. Barriers to the implementation of green chemistry in the United States. Environmental Science and Technology, 46(20):10892-9. DOI:10.1021/es3021777

National Research Council, Roundtable on Science and Technology for Sustainability. 2009. Enhancing the Effectiveness of Sustainability Partnerships: Summary of a Workshop. Summary of a workshop held 18-19 June 2008. D. Vollmer, ed. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press.

Matus, Kira J., Paul T. Anastas, William C. Clark, and Kai Itameri-Kinter. 2007. Overcoming the Challenges to the Implementation of Green Chemistry. CID Working Paper No. 155. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Other publications

Andonova, Liliana B. 2014. Boomerangs to partnerships? Explaining State participation in transnational partnerships for sustainability, Comparative Political Studies 47:481.

Juma, Calestous. 2011. Science meets farming in Africa. Science 334(6061): 1323.

Matus, Kira. 2009. Green Chemistry: A Study of Innovation for Sustainable Development. PhD Dissertation, Public Policy Program, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Abstract.

Matus, Kira. 2009. Standardization, certification and labeling: Lessons from theory and practice. CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 37, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.