The Special Issue Journal of Sustainability Science and Studies (formerly International Journal of Sustainability Science and Studies) primes at the examination of the ability or  capacity to endure all life on Earth. In a human sense, it is the potential for long term enhancement in well-being, which in turn depends on the well-being of the natural world and the responsible usage of natural resources. As the population of human beings increases, natural ecosystems have declined and changes in the balance of natural cycles have had an off-putting impact on humans and other living orders. The Journal encourages research developments in all areas of sustainability science and studies. The scope of the Journal encompasses agriculture, atmosphere, biodiversity, biotechnology, capacity-building, climate change, consumption and production patterns, demographics, desertification and drought, disaster reduction and management, education and awareness, energy, forests, human settlements, indicators, integrated decision making, land management, poverty, sanitation, sustainable tourism, trade and environment, transport, waste management, and water. Some other aspects may include ecologically-oriented villages, sustainable cities, green technologies, sustainable architecture, renewable energy, and individual lifestyles changes.


Centro Italiano ISSN                     

Biblioteca Centrale "G. Marconi"         

Piazzale Aldo Moro, 7                             

00185 Rome Italy                                  

Country code: ITA    

Center code: D   

Code: ISSN 2036-7929 

Commencement date: 2009        



Authors that are submitting there work to the Special Issue Journal of Sustainability Science and Studies (i.e., manuscript, book review, or conference paper), please download and compile the two files under the Manuscript Submission Guidelines for Authors section under PCS Publishing, Co. section of this website and submit all documentation as directed.

Special Issue 2, December 2018

(Excerpt from ICSHGE18 Conference Proceedings)

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