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Challenges in Sustainability (ISSN: 2297-6477)

Publisher: Librelloph

ISSN-L: 2297-6477

E-ISSN: 2297-6477

IF(Impact Factor) : 2017 Evaluation Pending

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Description

Challenges in Sustainability (CiS; ISSN 2297-6477) is an international, open access, academic, interdisciplinary journal dedicated to the publication of high-quality research articles and review papers on all aspects of global environmental and transformational change toward sustainability. Research articles, reviews, communications or short notes and films are welcomed. Manuscripts must be prepared in English; they will undergo a rigorous peer review process, and they will appear online immediately after final acceptance. We especially encourage submissions from early stage researchers.
The objective of the journal is to be a front-runner for original science that stimulates the development of sustainability solutions in an era of global environmental change. CiS defines its place at the interface between natural, socio-economic, and the humanistic sciences, creating a unique platform to disseminate analyses on challenges related to global environmental change, associated solutions, and trade-offs. The journal helps to further the field of sustainability science by bridging gaps between disciplines, science and societal stakeholders while not neglecting scientific rigor and excellence. The journal promotes science-based insights of societal dynamics, and is open for innovative and critical approaches that stimulate scientific and societal debates.
Examples of topics to be covered by this journal include, but are not limited to:
Environment and resource science
Governance for sustainability
Transition experiments and pathway studies
Education for sustainability
Future and anticipatory studies
Transdisciplinarity
Sustainable urban systems
Sustainable energy
Place-based sustainability studies
Resource exploitation
Impact assessment and integrated modeling
Carbon accounting and compensation
Remote sensing and geoinformation

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