Resources and Papers

Keynote Interview with Nobel Laureate Prof Paul Crutzen

A unique interview with Prof Paul Crutzen, winner of the 1995 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his pivotal work on identifying Ozone Depletion. Prof Crutzen is now the Ambassador for the Global Phosphorus Research Initiative. In a one-on-one interview with Dr Dana Cordell, recorded on location at the Max Plank Institute for Chemistry in Mainz, Germany, Prof Crutzen shares his insights and perspectives with the delegates of the 3rd Sustainable Phosphorus Summit on responses to the Ozone challenge and the importance of the phosphorus challenge in the context of other contemporary global environmental challenges. He also reflects upon the significance of the relationship between policy, public awareness and scientific phosphorus research in the dynamics of a changing planet.

Blueprint for Global Phosphorus Security

The Blueprint is a key output from the 3rd Sustainable Phosphorus Summit hosted by the Global Phosphorus Research Initiative co-founder, the Institute for Sustainable Futures at the University of Technology, Sydney (Feb-Mar 2012).