Agreement In Nature
- Posted on April 8, 2021
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The German institutions which, from 2021, should benefit from the first transformative agreement for Nature The publishing house also stated that the agreement was “unsuitable for all donors and consortia” and that it has developed “other OA options” for authors from around the world for documents to be submitted from January 2021; Information on the matter will be released later this year, he said. In June, Springer Nature signed a major OA contract with the University of California (UC) system that did not cover its Nature magazine family. But the publishing house has promised to explore oA publications in these magazines, for corresponding authors for UC, to begin in 2022. It is time for all governments to set a number of sustainable development goals for the protection of nature and biodiversity around the world, environmental and economic leaders said at the World Economic Forum on Africa. Springer Nature and mpDL Services GmbH today announced, on behalf of the DEAL project, that the official contract for the largest open access contract (OA) to date has been signed. Frank Vrancken Peeters, Managing Director of Springer Nature, said: “We are delighted to have reached such a pioneering moment with the DEAL project earlier this year with the Max Planck Digital Library, a valued partner in the transition to open access. This transformative agreement will allow hundreds of authors throughout Germany to publish their research in Nature, knowing that they will be open and accessible to all from the date of publication. The parties, who have collaborated on increasingly effective transitional agreements since the first iterations of the Transition Agreements (Springer Compact), agreed on this framework knowing in common that ATTs are the fastest way to move to open access. Since the vast majority of authors use the open publishing services guaranteed to them by TA, Springer Nature`s existing transformation agreements, in which authors reach more than 90%, play a crucial role in helping countries have immediate and open access to the research they fund.
“We need to integrate strong protection and sustainable development goals for nature. These objectives must be signed. There is no debate about that. They have to be signed. On climate, we have a very clear direction and clear global goals. By 2020, we want the equivalent of the Paris agreement, but for nature,” said Marco Lambertini, Managing Director of WWF International. Signed in January last year, the Springer Nature – DEAL agreement was the largest in the world to date and is expected to allow the open publication of about 13,000 German research papers per year. The volume of oA articles obtained with transformative agreements, combined with the fact that OA articles are downloaded on average four times more than non-OA articles and cited 1.6 times more, means even more scope and impact for German researchers and German-funded research.