Readers interested in new research on earth systems science and sustainability may want to check out Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene. Founded by BioOne in 2013, Elementa is a peer-reviewed, open-access digital journal published by the University of California Press since 2017. Visitors to this resource will find transdisciplinary academic articles on new knowledge of the Earths physical, chemical, and biological systems; interactions between human and natural systems; and steps that can be taken to mitigate and adapt to global change. Elementa concentrates its work among five knowledge domains: atmospheric science, earth and environmental science, ecology, ocean science, and sustainability transitions. Each domain has its own editorial board led by expert researchers in that field. In addition to research and review articles, Elementa publishes Policy Bridges and Practice Bridges, which are articles that focus respectively on connecting scientific knowledge to policy issues and to practical applications. Many articles are also part of Elementas themed special collections, which include sets of related articles as Special Features and topical Forums intended to stimulate academic dialog on a specific opportunity or difficulty. Articles from this journal can be accessed in a variety of machine- as well as human-intelligible formats, including HTML, PDF, EPUB3, and Mobi.