International Journal of Environmental Science & Sustainable Development.

1Environmental Sciences and Sustainable Development (ESSD) is a multidisciplinary journal that is devoted to propagating peer-reviewed, original, high-quality academic research papers. ESSD is designed for the publication of selected papers from IEREK conferences proceedings and individual academic articles that fall within our scope. ESSD's scope is intended for professionals and academic researchers in all fields of Environmental Sciences and Sustainable Development, with significant advances and discoveries in all aspects, which can be used in real life and simulated applications for sustainable buildings, and cities, development, detection and measurement of environmental contaminants, and the assessment and validation of the impact of development that emerges instrumental techniques. ESSD welcomes practical application to an aspect of human endeavors, such as the preservation of the environment, health, waste disposal and seeks to offer solutions for environmental issues such as Renewable & Non-Renewable Resources, Climate Change, and Social& Economic Issues.



Benefits of publishing in ESSD:

  • Enhancing your visibility, credibility, and continued integration
  • Unearth your work to an audience that is relevant and tailored just for you
  • Experts in the field who are part of the editorial team will handle your work
  • Receiving continuous feedback that will benefit you in the long run
  • Presenting your work in Open Access
  • Being part of and contributing to a whole research academic community

Vol 2, No 1 (2018): Resilient Development toward a Sustainable Environment

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This issue displays research that demonstrates an integration between resilience and sustainable development and beyond. Since both are indistinguishably linked, an investment in resilience or infrastructure is useful for a developed future and environment. Whether its food scarcity, climate change, issues of dry port, pollution, or loss/shortage of energy, a need to address key global challenges exists to shape a more sustainable future.

The issue attracted a number of high-quality submissions from researchers in the field and disciplines that address the above-mentioned challenges and that includes the built environment and human behavior, dry ports as an approach to relocate city gateways to maximize efficiency, building technology that supports sustainable architecture, renewable materials, and environmental approaches that deal with architectural heritage.



ESSD's new issue is now available.

Posted: 2018-01-23
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