Sustainability Speaker Series
Hosted by Editor-in-Chief Madhavi Venkatesan, PhD, and brought to you by Sustainability and Climate Change, the Sustainability Speaker Series is a podcast series that features authors, pioneers, and practitioners of sustainability and climate change research. The conversations center on their latest works and efforts.
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.
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Aims & Scope
Sustainability and Climate Change is a peer-reviewed publication dedicated to furthering the science of sustainability, sustainable development, and climate change. The Journal provides a forum for original research papers, as well as a compelling mix of feature article content—commentaries, perspectives, and reviews—that supplement the research and highlight the social, ethical, and business issues facing the field.
Sustainability and Climate Change centralizes vital information and analyses, aiming to solidify and grow the community of innovative researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and activists in both sustainability and climate change science.
Sustainability and Climate Change coverage includes:
- Sustainability in higher education
- Climate change mitigation and adaptation
- Climate science
- Climate justice
- Integration of environmental, social, human, and economic goals
- Corporate sustainability programs
- Sustainable products, food, and agriculture
- Design, construction, and operation of high-performance green buildings
- Development of laws and policy
Sustainability and Climate Change is under the editorial leadership of Editor-in-Chief Madhavi Venkatesan, PhD, Northeastern University. View the entire editorial board.
Audience: Students, researchers, faculty, and staff in the sustainability sciences; sustainability professionals across sectors; climate change researchers and activists; environmental engineers; energy conservationists; ecologists; financial and venture capitalists; among others.
Call to Action: A society that is environmentally viable, economically robust, and socially just and equitable—one that meets the needs of the present without compromising resources for future generations.
- CAB Abstracts
- Sustainability Science Abstracts
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