14 February 2018
Sustainable Earth is now accepting submissions
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...'Science, Policy, Society'
Read about Sustainable Earth's ethos and aspirations from our Editor-in-Chief, Peter Newman, in Sustainable Earth – science, policy, society.
Sustainable Earth is accepting submissions and will publish its first articles soon.
Peter Newman, Curtin University, Australia
Tim Beatley, University of Virginia, United States of America
Sarah Cornell, Stockholm Resilience Center, Stockholm University, Sweden
Heleen de Coninck, Radboud University, Netherlands
Peter Droege, University of Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein
Chrisna du Plessis, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Denis Hayes, Bullit Foundation, United States of America
Bronwyn Hayward, Canterbury University, New Zealand
Malone-Lee Lai Choo, National University of Singapore, Republic of Singapore
Barbara Norman, University of Canberra, Australia
Aromar Revi, Indian Institute of Human Settlements, India
Aims and scope
Sustainability is a global challenge identified by the United Nations. There is a uniform drive in every region of the world to invest time and money into developing solutions to meet this global challenge. Consequently, sustainability research is one of the fastest growing scientific fields today.
Sustainable Earth aims to address this by publishing high-quality, open access research from all topics related to this discipline. As a community-focused journal, it serves both the realms of academia and the general public and strives to strengthen the bond between them through traditional and innovative scientific communication. To further this vision, the journal will engage authors and readers in contemporary topics in the public eye or of critical socio-economic importance through the publication of thematic series.
The journal’s subtitle – ‘Science, Policy, Society’ – highlights the connectivity between core research, policy and everyday life. As such, the journal particularly welcomes articles that may influence policy or alter societal paradigms.