Through one of the many services our library provides I have the tables of contents of certain journals sent to my email automatically, and this time an interesting article popped up in Biodiversity and Conservation. Habel et al. point out that we can't assume that the goals of conservation scientists are the same as conservation managers. They can be talking past each other or even working at cross purposes. I wonder if the same thing happens between those who study sustainability and those attempting to engage in it? "Mind the gaps when using science to address conservation concerns."