Student Contributors of Sustainability and Climate Change
Sustainability and Climate Change is staffed by undergraduate students who actively engage in the Journal's social media presence and assist as points of contact for authors and publishers to facilitate the book review process.
The 2021 report issued by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) stated “It is unequivocal that human influence has warmed the atmosphere, ocean and land.” Peer reviewed research into sustainable programs and climate change in reader accessible language is more important than ever.
SJoR is partnering with the University of Michigan to publish select Michigan Sustainability Cases. The first, "Smarting over Smart Meters: Does Smart Grid Technology Have a Home in Maryland?" is available at http://online.liebertpub.com and this is the accompanying podcast to that case.
The podcast, "Reflections on the past: Three principals discuss the MPSC ruling on the BGE proposal" is hosted by U of M’s Edward Waisanen and features Judge Douglas Nazarian of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals, Paula Carmody of the People’s Counsel for the Maryland Office of People's Counsel, and Kimberly Curry of the Counsel for Baltimore Gas and Electric.
Effective Community-Academic Partnerships on Climate Change Adaption and Mitigation: Results of a European Delphi Study
Who Is More Likely to Influence Others? A Value-Based Approach to Pro-Environmental Social Influence Behavior
Special Issue on the Learning Foundations and Practice of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals
"In these polarized times of fake news and climate change denial on one hand and calls for transformative change and progressive capitalism on the other, the wise and visionary articles in this special issue are more important now than ever," says Dr. Harold Glasser, Guest Editor. "By honestly and openly grappling with the promise and challenges of the UN SDGs, they shine a bright light on the path forward to achieving sustainable well-being societies."READ MORE