International collaborations aim to solve global environmental issues. Academic work and science–policy interfaces are instrumental in this pursuit, although scholars often overlook their significance. There is a need for fair credit distribution, transparency, and diversity in academia and policy reports. Recognizing these factors can enhance inclusivity and equity, driving solutions.
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The study was supported and funded by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Fund for the Promotion of Joint International Research ( 22KK0102 ), and by the Ichimura Foundation of New Technology . We appreciate constructive inputs from an anonymous reviewer and Andrea Stephens.
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