Ex Aequo Et Bono Journal of Law (EAEBJOL) is an open-access and peer-reviewed journal published by Institute for Advanced Science, Social, and Sustainable Future established in 2023. It has 1 volumes with 2 issues per year. The objective of EAEBJOL is to offer the highest quality research to the broadest possible audience. The Editorial aims to offer an academic platform for cross-border legal research. It includes but is not limited to various fields such as philosophy and theory of law, comparative law, sociology of law, international law, constitutional law, private law, economic law, environmental law, criminal law, administrative law, cyber law, human rights law, and agrarian law.
The Environmental and Materials Journal (EAM) is a biannual journal published by the Institute for Advanced Social, Science, and Sustainable Future, Indonesia. This journal is dedicated to issue the most substantial and advanced of original and review articles related with the environmental issues and its related materials. Each submitted article will be carefully and thoroughly examined by a group of professional editors.
ASEAN Natural Disaster Mitigation and Education Journal (ANDMEJ) is a journal designed to publish papers originating from Original Scientific Research, case studies, literature reviews, and book reviews. This journal will collect research results from researchers, academics, professionals, practitioners to share scientific papers related to education and natural disaster mitigation programs. The scope of this journal is models, methods and strategies for mitigating natural disasters (earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, forest fires, floods, landslides, droughts, climate change and global warming), socialization, counseling, and education on natural disasters.
Applied Environmental Science (AES) adalah jurnal ilmiah yang didedikasikan untuk mendukung diskusi dan inovasi di bidang ilmu lingkungan, termasuk praktik dan studi kasus yang bertujuan untuk mewujudkan keberlanjutan lingkungan. AES berkomitmen untuk mempublikasikan jurnal yang tidak hanya kuat secara substansial akademis atau teori namun juga menghasilkan jurnal berisi rekomendasi kebijakan yang aplikatif.
The Journal of Earth Kingdom (JEK) is a unique scholarly platform that seamlessly integrates biological and social sciences. It delves into the intricate relationship between natural ecosystems and human societies, aiming to foster a rich dialogue and collaboration among researchers from diverse fields. JEK is committed to addressing complex environmental challenges through integrative research, thereby promoting a holistic understanding of our planet. The journal’s thematic focus underscores the importance of interdisciplinary approaches in understanding and solving the pressing issues of sustainability, conservation, and human-nature interactions. JEK serves as a beacon for scholars dedicated to exploring the nexus of biology and sociology.
Journal of Character and Environment (JOCAE) berkomitmen untuk meningkatkan kepedulian masyarakat terhadap keberlanjutan lingkungan. JOCAE menerbitkan artikel penelitian dan reviu dari beragam disiplin ilmu (multidisiplin) terkait karakter manusia terhadap lingkungan. JOCAE juga fokus pada penelitian di bidang pendidikan maupun ilmu sains serta sosial humaniora.
Journal of Agrosociology and Sustainability (JASSU) is committed to a multi-disciplinary approach in agriculture, biology, and the environment in the social and science fields. JASSU welcomes original articles, review articles, and case studies. Submissions will be subject to standard editorial decision-making and peer review procedures. Journal can be written in English. This journal has two issues in a year
Journal of Sustainability, Society, and Eco-Welfare (JSSEW) is a journal that focuses on the study of sustainable development in the social, environmental, and economic sectors. JSSEW promotes interdisciplinary studies through collaborative writing with academics, practitioners, and policy analysts. This journal accepts writing in the form of journal articles and book reviews. We welcome research studies based on extensive data from qualitative or quantitative, or systematic literature reviews. Submissions will be subject to normal editorial decision-making and peer review processes.
Asian Journal of Toxicology, Environmental, and Occupational Health (AJTEOH) is an interdisciplinary journal that publishes material on all aspects of public health science which concern to toxicology, environmental, and occupational relation. AJTEOH is a peer-review journal published by Institute for Advanced Science, Social, and Sustainable Future. The journal welcomes high-impact articles on emerging public health science that covers human toxicology, pesticide hazard, behavior relation to occupational health and safety, environmental health risk assessment, occupational stress, and mental health, waste management; water, air, and soil pollution.
Journal of Public Health Risk Assesment aims to publish original research results, reviews, and policy papers written by researchers, experts as well as practitioners, in the field of public health.
Journal of Public Health Risk Assesment encompasses a broad range of research topics in the field of public health covering process the of public health risk assessment, toxic effects of public and environmental pollution on human health and the environment, public health policies, and public health management. Only the articles consist of novelty and excellent scientific contribution in public health fields can published in Journal of Public Health Risk Assesment.
Vision: Environmental Health Risk Management Strategy Journal is a collaborative endeavor of the EHSA (Environmental Health Safety Association). Publications aim at driving forward research in the field of environmental health, environmental health risk assessment, toxic effects of environmental pollution on human health and the environment, environmental health policies, and environmental management. The journal, endeavors to create influence on academic as well as corporate thinkers to provide opportunities for discussion and exchange of ideas across a wide spectrum of scholarly opinions to promote theoretical, empirical, and comparative research on problems confronting the better life.
Mission: Environmental Health Risk Management Strategy Journal is the flagship publication of the EHSA (Environmental Health Safety Association). The Journal seeks to
(a) efficiently publish rigorous, accessible, and entertaining material that will help scientists in their daily work, lifelong learning, and academic or career development, (b) be at the forefront of the international journal on all aspects of environmental health science in 2024
(c) be among the world's most influential and widely read environmental health science journals.
JGEDSIC memberikan akses peneliti di seluruh dunia untuk mengembangkan hasil-penelitian, kajian metodologi berbasis gender, diabilitas dan anak. Tema jurnal ini menekankan pada dinamika pencapaian kesetaraan gender, isu-isu gender, disabilitas, inklusi sosial dan anak terutama anak-anak berkebutuhan khusus.
Interaction, Community Engagement, and Social Environment publish research that advances global social work, social development, sustainability, and social welfare policy and practice. It provides a venue for manuscripts of interdisciplinary applied research that advances understanding of global threats to humanity and the environment. The journal encompasses both social and physical aspects of the natural realm. It offers a global perspective focusing on the strategies to cope with the common challenges of sustainability, especially those concerned about the social environment. We gladly welcome research and review articles that highlight the important connection between various interactions of community engagement and social environments ranging from human relations with the ecosystem to the complex issues of resources, culture, development inequality, and environmental policies.
The Journal of Socio-Cultural Sustainability and Resilience (JSCSR) is a scientific journal that has a mission to enrich the study of local wisdom in Indonesia. Indonesia, the country where this journal originated, has a rich culture and unique way of life that is very important to preserve. With the existence of a forum specifically discussing this topic, everyone, regardless of their background, is encouraged to express their thoughts in writing.
JSCSR aims to be a compatible forum for valuable thoughts and writing from those who are called to write. Through writing, Indonesia's local wisdom will live, at least in discussions. Of course, the vision to be achieved is that the ideas published in this journal can provide practical benefits to people who need them.
The articles published in JSCSR discuss the dynamics of community development, socio-environmental sustainability, and cultural preservation in Indonesia. Thus, the issues that have become the focus of discussion include the following:
- Preservation of local wisdom
- Empowerment of indigenous/regional communities
- Sustainable development
- Other development issues include consideration of the local context of Indonesia's diverse communities.
JSCSR stands on a multidisciplinary foundation and provides the freedom for authors to choose an approach for studying the above issues. Scientific papers that are studied using sociopolitical, cultural, economic, and other scientific approaches will be welcomed. JSCSR is committed to enhancing scientific discussions related to social, cultural, and environmental sustainability and resilience from various perspectives.
Publication is regularly conducted in two issues per year. However, it is possible that there will be publication of additional issues if there are special topics in that year.
Journal of Placemaking and Streetscape Design is committed promote better discussion of broad range of topics including street experiments, social or cultural disruptions, and public space management.
HJTAS adalah jurnal ilmiah yang terbit secara periodik untuk mendorong pembangunan pertanian dalam arti luas dengan mendedikasikan pada artikel-artikel hasil penelitian yang berkualitas yang berguna bagi pembangunan masyarakat dan industri. Lingkup artikel meliputi pertanian dalam arti luas, seperti budidaya tanaman pangan, perkebunan, peternakan, perikanan, kehutanan, dan lainnya, serta kajian sosial ekonomi pertanian dan lingkungan hidup spesifik yang berhubungan dengan bidang pertanian.
Bioculture Journal is a broad field of study covering various fields of social sciences, ecology, agro-ecosystems, biotechnology, humanities, health, medicine and global economics and environment. Accordingly, this journal accepts articles with engagement that discuss the biosphere, the earth influenced by humans , as a natural adaptation to humans and bioculture as human inter-adaptation to new technologies.
Journal of Innovation Materials, Energy, and Sustainable Engineering (JIMESE) encourages deeper discussion about sustainability, especially on energy engineering. JIMESE publishes research and review papers about energy sustainability.
Calamity: A Journal of Disaster Technology and Engineering focuses on unique research on all facets of natural hazards, such as the prediction of catastrophic events, risk management, and the nature of natural and manmade hazard precursors. The effects on the environment are equally disastrous even if risks might come from a variety of sources and systems, including atmospheric, hydrologic, oceanographic, volcanologic, seismic, and neotectonic. This calls for tight collaboration between many scientific and operational disciplines in order to improve risk reduction. Risk assessment is included in the coverage of hazards in the atmospheric, climatological, oceanographic, storm surge, tsunami, flood, snow, avalanche, landslide, erosion, volcanic, man-made, and technology categories.
Journal of Economic, Business & Accounting Research (JEMBAR) is committed to encourage both theoretical research and its practice in the field of business economics, macroeconomics, and accounting. JEMBAR mainly promotes the application of empirical scientific works. However, the journal also consider publication of conceptual and state of the art contributions.
Jurnal Ekosistem Halal adalah jurnal yang berkonsentrasi pada penelitian ekosistem halal atau pengkajian dan pengembangan secara keilmuan yang secara khusus signifikansinya dapat melintasi batas-batas disiplin ilmu dan sub-bidang. Keunikan dan novelty dari jurnal ini diantaranya, Artikel-artikel dalam Jurnal Ekosistem Halal harus mengajukan permasalahan yang beragam dan kompleksitas isu-isu industri halal, yang menarik minat para peneliti dan praktisi industri halal. Jurnal ini bekerja untuk memajukan industri halal dengan penekanan kuat pada penelitian berbasis teori, pengembangan model teoritis baru dan pengembangan metode inovatif untuk mengamati dan mengukur kinerja industri halal.
The Journal of City : Branding and Authenticity explores and explains the two related but distinct practices named in its title. ‘City branding' applies brand strategy and related techniques to advance the economic, social, political and cultural development of cities, regions and countries. ‘City authenticity’ describes the unpacks the odd connection between digital media and derelict buildings, the consequences of how we think about industry and place, and the political processes that have enabled a new paradigm in urban planning.
The accomplishments and failures of nations, regions, and cities in their pursuit of reputation management and external audience influence have been documented and analysed in a disjointed manner across many disciplines.
The Journal of City : Branding and Authenticity brings together the essential ideas to give a single comprehensive, cohesive forum for discussing all aspects of the topic. This authoritative publication includes peer-reviewed papers, news, discussions, interviews, literature reviews, case studies, and special features in addition to peer-reviewed articles.
The Journal of City : Branding and Authenticity is a worldwide publication that invites practitioners, researchers, students, consultants, government professionals, and the general public to debate contemporary topics and exchange best practices.
Economic Military and Geographically Business Review (EMAGRAP) is an international reference journal published articles once every six months a year January - June (online and print editions), and July - December (online and print) by the OJS EMAGRAP website. It aims to be a leading place for authors to share their work on interesting and emerging topics in political-geography, political-economics, ideological-economics and related disciplines with a global community of academics, researchers, students, civil society, policy makers, and development specialist.
EMAGRAP accepts economics and geographical analysis papers (research articles and research summaries) on topics that lie in or with implications for international areas that use sound methodology and adopt comparative, and inter, multi, and transdisciplinary approaches. EMAGRAP is also Humanities research friendly and will consider submissions in defense politics, military, and economics involving topics and issues related to military strength and geographic distance of countries.
JBKL adalah jurnal dengan akses terbuka, peer-review dan dinilai sesuai dengan standar publikasi nasional. Kami menerbitkan artikel secara online dengan cepat, dengan versi cetak yang diterbitkan dua kali setahun dengan kategori topik terkait bisnis kehutanan dan lingkungan. Kami mengundang kontribusi akademisi, asosiasi keilmuan, dan dunia usaha. JBKL mempromosikan penelitian ilmiah, teoretis, pragmatis, dan kontemporer, membuat kontribusi konseptual dan metodologis yang jelas untuk literatur nasional yang ada. Jurnal ini bertujuan untuk menjembatani kesenjangan antara penelitian dan praktek dalam bisnis kehutanan dan lingkungan serta mengkaji kemajuan dalam penelitian dan pengajaran bidang bisnis kehutanan dan lingkungan.
Social, Ecology, Economy for Sustainable development goals Journal (SEESDGJ) is a journal devoted to publishing research results and developing theoretical concepts (review) to implement sustainable development goals in every region, nationally and internationally. Efforts to achieve this are related to fulfilling social, economic, and ecological balance through integration between human capital, social capital, natural capital, and man-made capital to encourage the achievement of sustainable development indicators. The scope includes social-economic integration or social-ecology or economic-ecology, with the application of the right theory and methodology in solving sustainable problems.
Jurnal ini Fokus untuk memfasilitasi sarjana, peneliti, dan dosen untuk menerbitkan artikel penelitian asli atau artikel ulasan dalam bidang ekonomi dan bisnis hijau berkelanjutan dengan peran lingkungan didalam operasi bisnis.
This journal focuses on facilitating scholars, researchers, and lecturers to publish original research articles or review articles in the field of sustainable green economics and business with the role of the environment in business operations.
Asian Journal Collaboration of Social Environment and Education (AJCSEE) is a journal that publishes scientific articles in the field of education and social environment. The journal discusses educational policies, educational issues, social environmental policies, and social environmental issues that refer to research findings and literature reviews. This journal also reviews the development of educational and social environmental policies outside Asia.
Journal of Eschatology published an article that expound as an development of resurrection in philosophy. Journal of Eschatology falls squarely within the purview of metaphysics since it represents a renewal of existence at a different level of manifestation. This publication provides in-depth literary analysis critical thinking that enables it to be applied to contextual phenomena. We warmly invite authors, scholars, and presenters to share their thoughts of knowledge and enliven the treasury of texts materials in wide area of philosophy.
"Green Governance: Exploring Politics, Social Justice, and the Environment" is a scholarly journal dedicated to fostering interdisciplinary research and critical analysis of the complex relationship between politics, social justice, and the environment. Our aim is to provide a platform for academics, policymakers, activists, and practitioners to contribute to the discourse on green governance and advance our understanding of the challenges and opportunities in creating sustainable and just societies.
In a world grappling with pressing environmental crises and growing social inequalities, GG serves as a vital forum for interdisciplinary research and critical dialogue. Our journal delves deep into the complex dynamics shaping environmental governance, recognizing the inherent connections between ecological sustainability and social equity.
At GG, we recognize that effective governance of environmental resources requires a holistic approach that considers political structures, social dynamics, and justice imperatives. Through rigorous analysis and innovative scholarship, we seek to unravel the complexities of green governance, exploring how political decisions, institutional frameworks, and social movements intersect to shape environmental outcomes. By fostering collaboration among academics, policymakers, activists, and practitioners, GG endeavors to catalyze positive change and advance the transition towards sustainable and just societies.
The Journal of Entrepreneurial Economics (JANE) is a premier scholarly platform dedicated to exploring the intricate interplay between entrepreneurship and economics, fostering a deeper understanding of the dynamic landscape of innovation, enterprise, and economic development. With a steadfast commitment to advancing knowledge at the nexus of these pivotal disciplines, JANE serves as a beacon for academics, policymakers, and practitioners alike, offering invaluable insights into the multifaceted dimensions of entrepreneurial activity and its profound implications for economic growth and societal progress.
At JANE, we recognize entrepreneurship as a driving force behind economic dynamism, job creation, and wealth generation. Our journal delves into a diverse array of topics, ranging from entrepreneurial finance and strategy to innovation management, small business economics, and entrepreneurial ecosystems. By shedding light on the underlying mechanisms that fuel entrepreneurial endeavors, JANE empowers stakeholders to navigate the complexities of the modern economic landscape, equipping them with actionable knowledge to drive sustainable growth and prosperity.
With a rigorous peer-review process and a commitment to academic excellence, JANE showcases cutting-edge research that pushes the boundaries of scholarship in entrepreneurial economics. Through empirical studies, theoretical frameworks, and insightful analyses, our journal fosters interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration, fostering a vibrant community of scholars dedicated to advancing the frontiers of knowledge in entrepreneurship and economics.
Penelitian Ilmu Pengetahuan Sosial (PIPS) Journal, an interdisciplinary publication under the auspices of the Institute for Advanced Science, Social, and Sustainable Future, endeavors to illuminate the intricate dynamics between humanity and the environment. In a world increasingly beset by environmental challenges, understanding the interplay between societal behavior, cultural practices, and ecological systems becomes paramount. PIPS Journal serves as a beacon for researchers exploring the multifaceted dimensions of social sciences, offering a platform for the dissemination of scholarly works dedicated to unraveling the complexities of our interconnected world.
With a focus on fostering scientific inquiry, PIPS Journal welcomes contributions spanning various domains within the social sciences. Articles delve into topics such as anthropology, sociology, psychology, economics, political science, and beyond, all united by a common thread: the exploration of human interactions with their surroundings. Whether investigating the socio-economic implications of climate change policies, analyzing cultural attitudes towards conservation efforts, or examining the psychological drivers behind environmental activism, PIPS Journal embraces diverse perspectives in pursuit of knowledge advancement and societal betterment.
The journal's scope encompasses but is not limited to:
- Environmental sociology: Understanding societal attitudes, behaviors, and structures concerning environmental issues.
- Sustainable development: Exploring strategies and policies for promoting sustainable practices in social, economic, and environmental realms.
- Human ecology: Investigating the intricate relationships between humans and their natural environment.
- Environmental psychology: Analyzing the psychological factors influencing attitudes, perceptions, and behaviors related to environmental conservation.
- Policy analysis: Evaluating the effectiveness and implications of policies aimed at addressing social and environmental challenges.
- Cultural studies: Examining the role of culture in shaping perceptions, values, and practices regarding environmental sustainability.
- Social justice and equity: Addressing issues of fairness and inclusivity in environmental decision-making and resource allocation.
By providing a platform for rigorous academic inquiry and fostering interdisciplinary dialogue, PIPS Journal endeavors to contribute to the collective efforts aimed at achieving a more harmonious coexistence between humanity and the planet we call home.
Dharmakirti : International Journal of Religion, Mind and Science represents no single institution or sectarian school, philosophical or religious.
Dharmakirti : International Journal of Religion, Mind and Science (IJROMS) is a multi-disciplinary journal that publishes articles, research notes, and book reviews on the scientific study of religion, Philosophy and Social Science Dharmakirti : International Journal of Religion, Mind and Science (IJROMS) is a multi-disciplinary journal that publishes articles, research notes, and book reviews on the social scientific study of of religion, Philosophy and Social Science. Published articles are representative of the best current theoretical and methodological treatments of religion. Manuscripts are subjected to a double-blind review process. Dharmakirti : International Journal of Religion, Mind and Science (IJROMS) provides a medium for the exposition, development, and criticism of important philosophical insights and theories relevant to religion in any of its varied forms. It also provides a forum for critical, constructive, and interpretative consideration of religion from an objective philosophical point of view. IJROMS presents articles, symposia, discussions, reviews, notes, and news, serving the interests of a wide range of thoughtful readers, especially lecturers and students of philosophy, philosophical theology and religious thought. The International Journal of Scientific Research in Religion, Philosophy and Social Science represents no single institution or sectarian school, philosophical or religious.
The Application on Radioactive Materials and Radiation Facilities (ARMARAF) Journal serves as a pivotal platform for disseminating cutting-edge research, insightful reviews, and technical studies concerning the utilization of radioactive materials and radiation facilities. Published biannually in June and December by the esteemed Institute for Advanced Science, Social, and Sustainable Future, established in 2023, ARMARAF stands at the forefront of advancing knowledge in this critical field.
Within the pages of ARMARAF, researchers, scholars, and practitioners converge to explore the multifaceted applications of radioactive materials and the intricacies of radiation facilities. Our journal delves into a diverse array of topics, ranging from the medical and industrial applications of radiation to environmental monitoring and nuclear safety protocols. Each issue showcases a tapestry of interdisciplinary research, offering invaluable insights into the evolving landscape of nuclear science and technology.
In line with our commitment to excellence, ARMARAF maintains a rigorous peer-review process, ensuring the publication of high-quality, original contributions that significantly contribute to the advancement of the field. Through this meticulous vetting process, we uphold the highest standards of scientific integrity and scholarly rigor.
At the nexus of environmental science, architecture, and public health, the Indoor Environmental Quality - Green Building (INEQ) Journal stands as a beacon illuminating the path towards sustainable and healthy indoor spaces. Our mission transcends mere publication; we are committed to spearheading advancements in Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) and Green Building practices, addressing the urgent call of climate change through innovative research and fostering multidisciplinary dialogue.
In a world grappling with the ramifications of climate crisis, the built environment emerges as both a culprit and a solution. INEQ Journal serves as a pivotal platform for academics, industry professionals, and policymakers alike, navigating the complex terrain of sustainable building design and operation. Our pages host a mosaic of peer-reviewed articles and compelling case studies, each offering insights and solutions that resonate with our collective commitment to a resilient and environmentally responsible future.
Our aim is resolute: to cultivate a sustainable world where green buildings not only shelter but nurture, enhancing the quality of life while safeguarding our planet. Through rigorous research and practical advancements, we aspire to inform and inspire actionable solutions, transcending disciplinary boundaries to forge a harmonious relationship between humanity and habitat.
Sustainable Urban Development and Environmental Impact Journal (SUDEIJ) is a multidisciplinary platform dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding in the realm of sustainable urbanization and its environmental implications. Our journal serves as a conduit for high-quality research that delves into various facets of urban development, with a keen focus on fostering sustainable, healthy, and intelligent cities and built environments.
At SUDEIJ, we aim to disseminate cutting-edge research that addresses a wide spectrum of topics crucial to sustainable urban development. These include but are not limited to sustainable urbanization, urban ecology and ecosystems, urban infrastructure and technology, urban governance and policy, urban health and well-being, urban resilience, and adaptation. By encompassing such diverse subject areas, SUDEIJ endeavors to facilitate interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration, fostering a holistic understanding of the challenges and opportunities associated with urban development.
Our journal is particularly interested in research that explores key areas such as urban planning and design, sustainable transportation, energy-efficient buildings, waste management, water management, green spaces, and biodiversity. For instance, we welcome studies that propose innovative methodologies for developing sustainable urban ecosystems, leveraging ecological planning approaches to inform urban futures and environmental planning.
In summary, Sustainable Urban Development and Environmental Impact Journal serves as a beacon for scholars, researchers, and practitioners seeking to contribute to the discourse on sustainable urban development. Through our rigorous peer-review process and commitment to excellence, we endeavor to be at the forefront of advancing knowledge and solutions for creating resilient, equitable, and environmentally conscious urban landscapes.
The Journal of National Paradigm-Based Resilience Strategy (NAPBRES) serves as a beacon for scholarly exploration into the intricate interplay between national paradigms and resilience strategies. At NAPBRES, we delve deep into the dynamic relationship between these two pillars, elucidating how unique paradigms shape a nation's response to challenges, crises, and transformations. By fostering critical discourse, we unravel the nuanced connections between paradigms - the fundamental frameworks that underpin societal values, norms, and beliefs - and the resilience strategies employed to navigate adversity.
Led by a distinguished editorial board comprising experts in economics, social sciences, anthropology, and resilience studies, NAPBRES stands as a premier platform for cutting-edge research and innovative insights. Our journal is committed to upholding the highest scientific standards, ensuring that each submission undergoes rigorous evaluation based on criteria such as creativity, methodological rigor, and substantive contributions to the advancement of resilience and socio-cultural understanding.
Welcome to the Journal of Religion and Environmental Humanities (JREH), a pioneering publication by the Institute for Advanced Social Science and Sustainable Future. At JREH, we provide a vibrant platform for scholars, policymakers, and practitioners to delve into the intricate intersections of religion, humanities, and environmental studies. Our journal stands at the forefront of macro-level investigations into the environment through the lenses of religious traditions, philosophical inquiries, cultural analyses, and ethical reflections.
In a world grappling with pressing environmental challenges, JREH recognizes the crucial role of religion and the humanities in shaping attitudes, behaviors, and policies towards environmental sustainability. While environmental science remains central to our discourse, we believe that a comprehensive understanding of environmental issues necessitates a multidisciplinary approach that incorporates insights from religious studies, philosophy, literature, history, anthropology, and other humanities disciplines. Through rigorous scholarship and interdisciplinary dialogue, JREH aims to illuminate the diverse ways in which religious beliefs, cultural values, and ethical frameworks influence human interactions with the environment.
The International Journal of Social Agriculture and Environmental Sustainability (IJSAES) stands as a beacon in the realm of academia, fostering discourse and disseminating knowledge on the intricate interplay between agriculture, environmental sustainability, and social dynamics. In an era marked by escalating environmental concerns and the pressing need for sustainable agricultural practices, IJSAES emerges as a vital platform for scholarly exchange and exploration.
Encompassing a broad spectrum of topics, IJSAES serves as a conduit for research on sustainable agriculture, environmental conservation, and the multifaceted socio-economic dimensions of agricultural endeavors. It delves into the complex nexus between human activities, agricultural systems, and ecological resilience, offering invaluable insights into the challenges and opportunities inherent in achieving a harmonious balance between productivity and environmental stewardship.
IJSAES prides itself on its commitment to accessibility and inclusivity, providing unrestricted access to its wealth of research articles for the benefit of scholars, scientists, practitioners, and the broader public alike. By facilitating the free flow of information and ideas, the journal catalyzes interdisciplinary collaboration and empowers stakeholders to effect meaningful change in the pursuit of a more sustainable future.
The Economic Resilience and Sustainable Development (ERSUD) Journal is a beacon of scholarly discourse dedicated to exploring the dynamic interplay between economic resilience and sustainable development. In an era marked by multifaceted challenges such as climate change, geopolitical instability, and economic uncertainties, understanding the intricate mechanisms of resilience and sustainability is imperative for shaping a resilient future.
ERSUD serves as a platform for rigorous academic inquiry, fostering critical thinking to redefine economic resilience across diverse contexts and scales. Through its multidisciplinary lens, the journal delves into the complexities of resilience, examining its manifestations at local, regional, and global levels. By unraveling the intricate web of interconnected systems, ERSUD seeks to cultivate strategic insights aimed at fortifying societies against unforeseen shocks while advancing the agenda of sustainable development.
Archaeology Nexus: Journal of Conservation and Culture (Arc-JCC) is a scholarly platform dedicated to exploring the intricate interplay between archaeology, conservation, and culture. With a nuanced understanding of the past as a foundation, Arc-JCC delves into the multifaceted dimensions of heritage preservation, shedding light on the dynamic relationship between humanity's rich cultural legacy and the imperative of safeguarding it for future generations.
At Arc-JCC, we embrace a holistic approach that transcends conventional boundaries, integrating diverse perspectives from archaeologists, conservationists, anthropologists, historians, and other allied disciplines. Our journal serves as a nexus, where interdisciplinary dialogues flourish, fostering collaborative endeavors aimed at advancing the frontiers of knowledge in heritage conservation and cultural stewardship.
The thematic focus of Arc-JCC encompasses a broad spectrum of topics, including but not limited to archaeological excavations, material culture studies, heritage management strategies, indigenous perspectives on conservation, digital archaeology, ethical considerations in cultural heritage preservation, and the impacts of climate change on archaeological sites.
With a commitment to academic rigor and innovation, Arc-JCC seeks to facilitate scholarly discourse that not only elucidates the complexities of the past but also informs contemporary practices in heritage conservation. Our journal serves as a catalyst for critical inquiry, encouraging researchers to explore novel methodologies, challenge conventional paradigms, and engage with pressing issues facing the global heritage community.
Waste, Society and Sustainability (WASS) Journal stands as a beacon in the realm of scientific inquiry, dedicated to unraveling the intricate dynamics of solid waste management, societal impacts, and the imperatives of sustainability. Delving into the crux of contemporary challenges, WASS Journal offers a robust platform for scholars, researchers, and practitioners to engage in critical discourse, driving transformative change towards a more sustainable future.
With a steadfast commitment to peer-reviewed excellence, WASS Journal illuminates the multifaceted dimensions of waste management, recognizing it not merely as a logistical challenge, but as a prism through which societal norms, behaviors, and values are refracted. By unpacking the intricate interplay between waste, society, and sustainability, the journal fosters nuanced understandings that transcend disciplinary boundaries, offering holistic insights into pressing environmental concerns.
Spatial Planning & Management Science (SPMS) is a scholarly journal at the forefront of advancing research and knowledge in the interdisciplinary field of spatial planning and management. With a focus on understanding the complexities of spatial phenomena and their implications for sustainable development, SPMS serves as a vital platform for academics, practitioners, and policymakers alike.
The journal explores a diverse range of themes encompassing spatial planning, urban and regional development, transportation systems, environmental management, and land use policies. By integrating perspectives from geography, urban planning, economics, environmental science, and other related disciplines, SPMS fosters interdisciplinary dialogue and innovative approaches to addressing contemporary spatial challenges.
At the heart of SPMS is a commitment to promoting evidence-based decision-making and effective governance strategies. Articles published in the journal employ rigorous methodologies and analytical tools to investigate spatial dynamics, assess policy interventions, and inform planning practices. Whether examining the impacts of urban sprawl on ecological systems, optimizing transportation networks for efficiency and equity, or designing resilient cities in the face of climate change, SPMS showcases cutting-edge research that is both academically rigorous and practically relevant.
The "Sustainable Transportation and Urban Mobility (STUM) Journal" serves as a dynamic platform at the forefront of the discourse on fostering sustainable transportation solutions and enhancing urban mobility. In an era marked by rapid urbanization and escalating concerns over environmental degradation, this journal stands as a beacon of innovation, dedicated to unraveling the complexities of transportation systems and urban mobility patterns. By harnessing the collective expertise of researchers, practitioners, and policymakers, STUM endeavors to shape a future where cities are characterized by efficient, equitable, and environmentally friendly transportation networks.
Transportation lies at the heart of urban life, influencing everything from economic development to social equity and environmental sustainability. STUM provides a multidisciplinary forum for exploring the diverse facets of sustainable transportation, encompassing modes such as public transit, cycling, walking, electric vehicles, and emerging technologies like autonomous vehicles and shared mobility services. Through rigorous research articles, insightful reviews, and thought-provoking commentaries, the journal fosters dialogue and knowledge exchange to drive transformative change in transportation policies, planning, and practices.
With a keen emphasis on sustainability, STUM examines how transportation systems can be reimagined and optimized to minimize carbon emissions, reduce congestion, improve air quality, and promote social inclusion. From innovative infrastructure designs to smart mobility solutions, the journal explores cutting-edge approaches that prioritize environmental stewardship, social equity, and economic efficiency. By bridging the gap between theory and practice, STUM empowers stakeholders to navigate the complexities of urban mobility and chart a course toward more resilient and livable cities for future generations.
Journal of Evidence-based Nursing and Public Health (JEVNAH) serves as a cornerstone in the realm of nursing and public health, illuminating paths towards enhanced healthcare practices and societal well-being. At the forefront of evidence-based approaches, JEVNAH pioneers research dissemination and interdisciplinary dialogue, fostering a dynamic platform for knowledge exchange and innovation. Embracing a global perspective, this journal, published biennially in February and August by the Institute for Advanced Science, Social, and Sustainable Future, stands as a beacon of progress in 2023 and beyond.
As a leading publication promoting evidence-based practices in nursing and public health, the Journal of Evidence-based Nursing and Public Health (JEVNAH) also serves as an indispensable guide for healthcare professionals and policymakers. Published biannually by the Institute for Advanced Science, Social and Sustainable Future, JEVNAH disseminates high-quality research and fosters interdisciplinary collaboration to enhance health outcomes and develop sustainable societies.
The "Ecotourism and Environment Conservation Journal" is a pioneering platform dedicated to exploring the intricate relationship between ecotourism and environmental conservation. In a world where sustainable practices are paramount, this journal serves as a beacon, illuminating the pathways toward harmonious coexistence between tourism and the preservation of our natural habitats. Through scholarly articles, research papers, and insightful analyses, the journal delves deep into the multifaceted aspects of ecotourism, shedding light on its potential as a catalyst for positive environmental change.
Ecotourism, the cornerstone of our discussions, is more than just a leisurely escape into nature; it represents a responsible approach to travel, one that prioritizes the protection of ecosystems and the promotion of local communities. With a keen focus on sustainability, our journal examines how ecotourism initiatives can mitigate the adverse impacts of conventional tourism, fostering biodiversity conservation, and supporting the livelihoods of indigenous populations.
Furthermore, the journal explores the dynamic interplay between ecotourism and environmental policies, offering critical insights into regulatory frameworks and governance structures aimed at safeguarding our natural heritage. By fostering interdisciplinary dialogue, we aim to bridge the gap between academia, industry, and policymakers, facilitating the exchange of knowledge and best practices for the benefit of both ecosystems and society.
The Journal of Sea Soldier (JoSEAS) stands as a beacon in the realm of coastal conservation, waste management, and climate action. Our esteemed platform is dedicated to fostering scholarly discussions and disseminating cutting-edge research that not only enriches academic discourse but also actively contributes to the preservation of coastal ecosystems and the mitigation of environmental degradation.
The Journal of Sea Soldier (JoSEAS) stands as a beacon of scholarly excellence, committed to advancing the discourse and dissemination of pioneering research in the realms of coastal conservation, waste management, and climate action. Our esteemed platform serves as a vital conduit for academics, researchers, and practitioners to explore, innovate, and advocate for the preservation of coastal ecosystems, while confronting the multifaceted challenges posed by environmental degradation. Through rigorous inquiry and collaborative engagement, JoSEAS endeavors to propel the frontier of knowledge, catalyzing impactful solutions and fostering a global community dedicated to the sustainable stewardship of our precious coastal environments. With a commitment to promoting sustainable practices, JoSEAS serves as a vital conduit for researchers, policymakers, and practitioners alike, facilitating the exchange of knowledge and innovative solutions to the pressing challenges facing our oceans and coastal regions.
At JoSEAS, we embrace a holistic approach to our thematic scope, recognizing the interconnectedness of diverse disciplines and the imperative of interdisciplinary collaboration in addressing pressing environmental concerns. From the ecological intricacies of coastal habitats to the socioeconomic dynamics of waste management and the imperative of climate resilience, our journal provides a dynamic platform for scholars to interrogate complex issues, exchange insights, and chart a course toward a more sustainable future. With a commitment to excellence and integrity, JoSEAS aims to publish original research, reviews, and perspectives that push the boundaries of knowledge and contribute to evidence-based policymaking and practical interventions.
Join us in our mission to safeguard the seas, empower communities, and inspire transformative change. Together, we can navigate the challenges of the 21st century with resilience, innovation, and a steadfast commitment to the health and vitality of our coastal ecosystems.
Welcome to the Peatland Agriculture and Climate Change Journal, a dynamic platform dedicated to advancing knowledge and fostering dialogue on sustainable practices within peatland ecosystems amidst the challenges posed by climate change. Our journal serves as a nexus for researchers, academics, policymakers, and practitioners to delve into the intricate dynamics of peatland agriculture, environmental impact, and climate change adaptation.
Key Focus Areas:
- Sustainable Peatland Agriculture: Delving into innovative techniques and practices that promote the sustainability of agricultural activities in peatland regions while preserving ecosystem integrity.
- Climate Change Impacts on Peatland Ecosystems: Investigating the multifaceted impacts of climate change on peatland ecosystems, ranging from altered hydrological patterns to shifts in vegetation dynamics.
- Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Peatlands: Examining the sources, mechanisms, and mitigation strategies concerning greenhouse gas emissions, particularly carbon dioxide and methane, originating from peatland environments.
- Land Use Change and Its Consequences: Assessing the ramifications of land use changes, such as deforestation, drainage, and conversion for agricultural purposes, on peatland ecosystems and their resilience to climate change.
- Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies: Exploring adaptive measures and mitigation strategies to bolster the resilience of peatland agriculture in the face of climate change-induced challenges.
- Biodiversity Conservation in Peatland Environments: Addressing the conservation of biodiversity hotspots within peatland ecosystems and elucidating their role in ecosystem functioning and resilience.
- Policy and Governance in Peatland Agriculture: Analyzing policy frameworks, governance structures, and institutional arrangements aimed at promoting sustainable peatland management and mitigating adverse environmental impacts.
The Information, Communications, and Disaster (ICD) Journal serves as a beacon of knowledge and innovation at the intersection of disaster management and information communication technologies. With a comprehensive focus on understanding, mitigating, and responding to disasters through advanced technological solutions, ICD Journal stands as a vital platform for scholars, researchers, and practitioners alike.
Embracing the theme of leveraging information and communications technologies in disaster scenarios, the journal delves into multifaceted aspects, ranging from early warning systems and crisis communication to disaster recovery and resilience building. Through rigorous research and insightful analyses, ICD Journal explores how emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data analytics, IoT, and remote sensing can revolutionize disaster preparedness, response, and recovery efforts.
The journal is committed to fostering interdisciplinary dialogue, bridging the gap between disaster management professionals, technologists, policymakers, and communities affected by disasters. By facilitating knowledge exchange and collaboration, ICD Journal aims to facilitate the development of innovative strategies and tools that enhance disaster resilience and reduce the impacts of catastrophic events on individuals and societies.
The Journal of Environment Conflict (EnvironC) serves as a critical platform for interdisciplinary research at the intersection of environment and conflict.
This journal delves into the intricate interplay between environmental and human conflicts. Its theme revolves around understanding how ecological degradation, resource scarcity, and social values contribute to conflicts on both national and international scales. The journal explores topics such as land grabbing, tenurial conflict, and the intersection of social culture and economics in environmental disputes. By examining perceptions, values, and the impact of environmental degradation, the journal aims to inform strategies for conflict resolution and sustainable development.
The Journal of Environment and Geography Education (JEGEO) is a globally recognized platform dedicated to fostering discourse and disseminating knowledge on pivotal issues at the intersection of environmental studies, spatial-temporal dynamics, regional analyses, and geography education. With a commitment to openness and accessibility, JEGEO serves as a beacon for scholars, educators, and practitioners seeking to engage with contemporary challenges and innovative pedagogical approaches in these interconnected fields.
At its core, JEGEO endeavors to advance understanding and awareness of the intricate relationships between human societies and their environments. Through the lens of geography education, the journal explores diverse landscapes, ecosystems, and human interactions, offering insights into the complex dynamics shaping our world. By facilitating rigorous research and critical discourse, JEGEO aims to inform policy, inspire effective teaching practices, and empower individuals to become informed stewards of their environments.
With biannual publication cycles in June and November, JEGEO provides a dynamic platform for the exchange of cutting-edge research findings, theoretical perspectives, and practical insights. Its diverse content encompasses a wide range of topics, including environmental sustainability, spatial analysis, cultural geography, climate change education, and more. By welcoming contributions from scholars across disciplines and geographical boundaries, JEGEO fosters interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration, enriching the scholarly community and driving progress in environmental and geography education.
The Energy Justice (ENJUST) Journal serves as a pivotal platform dedicated to exploring and elucidating the multifaceted dimensions of energy justice. Energy justice, a burgeoning field at the intersection of social equity, environmental sustainability, and energy policy, encapsulates the imperative to ensure fair and equitable distribution of the benefits and burdens of energy production, consumption, and governance. In a world grappling with pressing energy challenges, from climate change to energy poverty, the pursuit of energy justice emerges as both a moral imperative and a practical necessity.
Our journal delves into the myriad manifestations of energy justice, ranging from access to clean and affordable energy for marginalized communities to the equitable distribution of environmental risks associated with energy infrastructure projects. We embrace interdisciplinary scholarship, welcoming contributions from scholars, practitioners, and policymakers across fields such as sociology, economics, political science, environmental studies, and law.
The Environment Education and Conservation (EDUCO) Journal stands as a beacon in the realm of environmental stewardship, offering a platform where researchers, academics, and practitioners converge to disseminate their insights and innovations. Embracing an open-access philosophy, EDUCO beckons those impassioned by the preservation of our natural world to contribute their scholarly works, fostering a community dedicated to enlightenment and action.
At the heart of EDUCO lies a commitment to advancing environmental education and conservation practices. Through a diverse array of articles spanning theoretical inquiries, empirical studies, non-research narratives, case analyses, and illuminating book reviews, the journal amplifies voices that propel our understanding and implementation of sustainable solutions. Each submission undergoes rigorous scrutiny, ensuring scholarly integrity and relevance to the overarching theme of environmental enlightenment and preservation.
EDUCO invites pioneers and practitioners alike to explore multifaceted dimensions of environmental education and conservation. From pioneering pedagogical methodologies that engage and inspire learners to empirical investigations shedding light on pressing conservation challenges, the journal serves as a nexus for exchange and collaboration. Moreover, EDUCO extends its embrace beyond academia, welcoming contributions from educators, decision-makers, and individuals at the forefront of environmental advocacy.
Spatial Review for Sustainable Development (SRSD) is a pioneering open-access journal dedicated to advancing knowledge and discourse on the pivotal role of geospatial information technology in realizing sustainable development objectives. Established by the Institute for Advanced Science, Social, and Sustainable Future (IASSSF), SRSD serves as a dynamic platform for researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to explore, analyze, and disseminate cutting-edge research and innovations in the intersection of spatial sciences and sustainable development. This journal specifically encourages discourse regarding theoretical applications and innovations in fields related to the characteristics of a multidisciplinary approach within the scope of economic-environmental-social welfare governance for sustainable development.
At SRSD, we foster a vibrant scholarly community committed to exploring the multifaceted dimensions of sustainable development through a multidisciplinary lens. Our journal welcomes contributions that delve into theoretical frameworks, methodological advancements, empirical studies, and practical applications across diverse domains, including but not limited to environmental conservation, urban planning, resource management, climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction, and social equity.
The Gender, Human Development, and Economics (GHDE) Journal is a pioneering platform dedicated to exploring the intricate interplay between gender, human development, and economics. With a comprehensive approach, GHDE delves into the multifaceted dimensions of how gender influences economic development and human welfare, and conversely, how economic structures and policies impact gender equality and human flourishing.
At GHDE, we recognize that gender is not merely a binary construct but a complex spectrum that intersects with various facets of human existence. Our journal serves as a vital nexus for scholars, policymakers, and practitioners to examine the intricate dynamics of gender within the broader context of human development and economic progress.
EcoVision: Journal of Environmental Solutions (EVOJES) stands as a beacon of innovation and collaboration in the realm of environmental science and sustainability. Committed to catalyzing positive change, EVOJES serves as a vital conduit for the exchange of groundbreaking research, practical solutions, and visionary perspectives among scientists, researchers, policymakers, and practitioners worldwide. EcoVision: Journal of Environmental Solutions (EVOJES) is a leading publication dedicated to promoting and disseminating innovative research and practical solutions in the field of environmental science and sustainability. It serves as a platform for scientists, researchers, policymakers, and practitioners to share their expertise, insights, and discoveries, driving positive change for the environment and society.
Our journal, published biannually in February and August by the esteemed Institute for Advanced Science, Social, and Sustainable Future, embodies a holistic approach to addressing pressing environmental challenges. With a firm belief in the power of knowledge-sharing and interdisciplinary cooperation, EVOJES endeavors to advance the frontiers of environmental understanding and action. This journal is published twice a year in February and August by Institute for Advanced Science, Social, and Sustainable Future established in 2023.
The thematic focus of EVOJES encapsulates a rich tapestry of topics spanning the breadth of environmental science and sustainability. From mitigating climate change and conserving biodiversity to fostering sustainable development and promoting environmental justice, our journal embraces a diverse array of subjects that are paramount to the well-being of our planet and its inhabitants.
Trend and Future of Agribusiness is a scientific update and a valuable way to stay updated on the latest trends, research, and developments in the agricultural and agri-food industry. It's also a great way to deepen your knowledge and expertise in your specific area of interest within agribusiness. This journal invites researchers, lecturers, students, and stakeholders to take a part as authors, reviewers, and even editors.
Waste Handling and Environmental Monitoring (WHEM) stands as a pioneering peer-reviewed journal, offered by the esteemed Institute for Advanced Science, Social, and Sustainable Future. At its core, WHEM is dedicated to exploring the intricate relationship between waste management practices and environmental stewardship. Through original research, insightful case studies, and comprehensive literature reviews, WHEM delves into the multifaceted dimensions of waste handling, while vigilantly monitoring its impact on the environment.
The journal encapsulates a broad spectrum of topics, ranging from innovative waste treatment technologies to the socioeconomic implications of waste management policies. WHEM serves as a platform for scholars, researchers, policymakers, and industry professionals to engage in a meaningful discourse on waste management strategies and environmental sustainability.
With a keen eye on local, regional, and global perspectives, WHEM embraces diversity in its content, addressing challenges and solutions relevant to different geographical contexts. From urban waste management challenges in burgeoning cities to the preservation of delicate ecosystems in remote regions, WHEM navigates the complexities of waste handling with a nuanced understanding of environmental dynamics.
The Journal of Youth and Outdoor Activities (JYOA) serves as a beacon illuminating the intricate dynamics between young individuals and their engagement in outdoor pursuits. Through meticulous peer-reviewed scholarship, JYOA delves deep into both the theoretical underpinnings and empirical realities shaping this vital intersection. With a commitment to interdisciplinary discourse, the journal welcomes scholars and scientists from diverse backgrounds, fostering a rich tapestry of insights that encapsulate the multifaceted nature of youth involvement in outdoor activities.
Journal of Youth and Outdoor Activities (JYOA) is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the theoretical and empirical studies of the youth in outdoor activities. As an interdisciplinary journal, JYOA invites all academic or scientist from various background to understand every related aspect that creates irreplacable relationship between the youth and outdoor activities.
At its core, JYOA seeks to unravel the complexities surrounding youth engagement in outdoor pursuits, offering a platform for rigorous inquiry and scholarly exchange. Through a synthesis of theoretical frameworks and empirical investigations, the journal elucidates the myriad factors influencing youth behaviors, motivations, and experiences in outdoor settings. From psychological constructs to sociocultural influences, JYOA navigates the intricate web of forces shaping youth participation in activities such as camping, hiking, adventure sports, environmental conservation, and beyond.
The Journal of Biopesticides and Agriculture Technology (JBIOGRITech) serves as a beacon in the realm of sustainable agriculture, elucidating the intricate interplay between biopesticides, biotechnology, and agriculture technology. With a global perspective, JBIOGRITech offers a comprehensive platform for disseminating cutting-edge research and innovative practices aimed at fostering environmentally friendly and economically viable agricultural systems.
At its core, JBIOGRITech delves into the realm of biopesticides, exploring their formulation, efficacy, and ecological impacts. Through rigorous scientific inquiry, the journal endeavors to unravel the potential of biopesticides in pest management while minimizing adverse effects on non-target organisms and ecosystems. Furthermore, JBIOGRITech delves into the realm of biotechnology, examining the role of genetic engineering and molecular techniques in enhancing the production and efficacy of biopesticides.
JBIOGRITech underscores the pivotal role of agriculture technology in optimizing the deployment and utilization of biopesticides. From precision agriculture to remote sensing technologies, the journal explores innovative tools and methodologies that empower farmers to make informed decisions, thereby maximizing yields while minimizing environmental footprint.
The journal also sheds light on the biochemical mechanisms underlying the action of biopesticides, unraveling the intricate pathways through which these natural compounds exert their pest-controlling properties. By fostering interdisciplinary dialogue, JBIOGRITech bridges the gap between fundamental research and practical applications, facilitating the translation of scientific advancements into tangible solutions for agricultural challenges.
The Environmental, Social, Governance, and Sustainable Business (ESGSB) Journal is a premier platform dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding in the realms of sustainability, responsible business practices, and corporate governance. With a focus on interdisciplinary research, the journal serves as a conduit for scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and stakeholders to engage in critical discourse and exchange innovative ideas to address the pressing challenges facing our planet and society.
At the heart of the ESGSB Journal lies a commitment to exploring the intricate interplay between environmental conservation, social equity, corporate governance, and sustainable economic development.
Through rigorous empirical studies, theoretical analyses, case studies, and practical insights, the journal delves into a myriad of topics, including but not limited to:
- Environmental Stewardship: Investigating strategies for environmental conservation, pollution mitigation, resource management, and sustainable energy practices to safeguard ecosystems and mitigate climate change impacts.
- Social Responsibility: Examining the social implications of business operations, such as labor practices, human rights, community engagement, diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, and their contributions to fostering resilient and inclusive societies.
- Corporate Governance: Assessing corporate governance structures, mechanisms, and frameworks that promote transparency, accountability, ethical decision-making, and long-term value creation for stakeholders.
- Sustainable Business Models: Exploring innovative business models, supply chain management practices, circular economy approaches, and green technologies that reconcile economic growth with environmental preservation and societal well-being.
- Policy and Regulation: Analyzing the role of government policies, regulations, standards, and incentives in shaping corporate behavior, fostering sustainability transitions, and advancing the global sustainability agenda.
Human Error and Safety (HES) Journal delves into the multifaceted realm where human behavior intersects with safety protocols across various industries. As a premier platform, HES Journal scrutinizes the intricate dynamics of human error, its implications, and strategies to mitigate associated risks, fostering a safer environment for individuals and organizations alike.
The journal encapsulates a diverse array of topics, ranging from cognitive psychology and human factors engineering to organizational behavior and risk management. By exploring the intricate interplay between human cognition, behavior, and the surrounding environment, HES Journal provides invaluable insights into the root causes of accidents, incidents, and near misses. Understanding these underlying factors is pivotal in designing robust safety systems and interventions that preemptively address potential hazards.
At HES Journal, our mission is not only to dissect the complexities of human error but also to champion proactive approaches to safety. Through empirical research, case studies, and theoretical frameworks, we aim to equip practitioners, researchers, and policymakers with the knowledge and tools necessary to foster a culture of safety excellence. By bridging the gap between theory and practice, HES Journal serves as a catalyst for innovation and continuous improvement in safety management across industries.
The Journal of Waste and Sustainable Consumption provides an interdisciplinary platform to address the complex challenges of waste management and sustainable consumption. As the world grapples with rising waste volumes, resource scarcity, and environmental degradation, this journal explores innovative and integrative solutions centered on science, technology, policy, and behavior change.
Specifically, JWSC examines the transpose between social, economic, and environmental facets of sustainability in the context of waste and consumption. It highlights cutting-edge research and models that harness the transformative potential of technology to promote closed-loop systems, circular economies, and waste valorization. Moreover, it analyzes behavioral interventions, educational campaigns, and policy frameworks to encourage responsible production and consumption while minimizing waste.
Humans and Chemical Regimes (HCR) Journal serves as a pivotal platform for interdisciplinary discourse, exploring the intricate relationship between humanity and chemical entities. Delving into the multifaceted interactions between humans and chemical substances, this journal unravels the profound impacts, both beneficial and detrimental, of chemical regimes on individuals, societies, and the environment. At its core, HCR elucidates the dynamic interplay between human activities and chemical processes, shedding light on crucial issues spanning from health and medicine to environmental sustainability and industrial innovation.
Embracing diverse perspectives from fields such as chemistry, biology, environmental science, sociology, anthropology, and public health, HCR offers a comprehensive understanding of the intricate web of interactions between humans and chemicals. Through rigorous research, critical analysis, and insightful commentary, the journal navigates through complex phenomena such as chemical exposure, toxicity, pollution, addiction, pharmacology, and regulatory frameworks, among others.
The Critical Issue of Sustainable Future journal is a scholarly platform dedicated to addressing pressing environmental challenges and fostering discussions on sustainable solutions for a better tomorrow. With a focus on developing knowledge and raising awareness, this journal serves as a vital resource for researchers, practitioners, and policymakers striving to advance environmental sustainability.
The overarching theme of the journal revolves around critical issues impacting our planet's future viability and the pursuit of sustainable development. It provides a forum for in-depth exploration of environmental issues ranging from climate change and biodiversity loss to pollution and resource depletion. Through rigorous research and insightful analysis, the journal aims to shed light on the complexities of these issues and stimulate innovative approaches to address them.
At the core of its mission is the dissemination of knowledge and the publication of high-quality articles that contribute to our understanding of environmental challenges and potential solutions. By providing a platform for scholarly inquiry and exchange, the journal facilitates collaboration among experts from various disciplines, fostering interdisciplinary dialogue and cooperation.
The Journal of Woman Empowerment and Sustainable Businesses (JWESB) is a pioneering publication dedicated to advancing understanding and promoting the intersection of woman empowerment and sustainable business practices. With a commitment to fostering gender equality and environmental stewardship, JWESB serves as a platform for scholars, practitioners, and policymakers to explore innovative approaches, strategies, and initiatives that empower women within the realm of entrepreneurship and business while promoting sustainability.
At JWESB, we recognize the pivotal role women play in driving economic growth, social progress, and environmental sustainability. Our thematic focus revolves around examining the challenges and opportunities faced by women entrepreneurs and business leaders in creating sustainable enterprises. We encourage contributions that delve into various aspects of women's empowerment within the business landscape, including access to resources, leadership development, mentorship, and networking opportunities. Furthermore, we welcome research and insights that explore the integration of sustainability principles into business models, supply chains, and corporate strategies, with a particular emphasis on initiatives that benefit women.
In summary, JWESB aims to be a leading forum for scholarly inquiry and practical insights into the advancement of women's empowerment and sustainable business practices. Through our rigorous peer-review process and commitment to excellence, we aim to catalyze positive change and contribute to building a more inclusive, equitable, and sustainable future for all.
The Journal of Disaster Management and Community Resilience (JDMCR) is a premier scholarly platform dedicated to exploring the multifaceted dynamics of disaster management and fostering community resilience in the face of various adversities. With a nuanced understanding of the ever-evolving landscape of disasters, the journal delves into a wide array of topics ranging from natural calamities such as earthquakes, hurricanes, and floods, to human-made disasters like industrial accidents and pandemics.
JDMCR provides a comprehensive examination of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery strategies, emphasizing the crucial role of community engagement, collaboration, and innovation. By presenting cutting-edge research, case studies, and practical insights, the journal facilitates a deeper understanding of the complexities surrounding disaster risk reduction and mitigation efforts.
The thematic focus of JDMCR extends beyond mere crisis management to emphasize the importance of building resilient communities capable of withstanding and rebounding from adverse events. This entails not only bolstering physical infrastructure but also addressing social, economic, and environmental vulnerabilities to enhance overall adaptive capacity.
The journal's scope encompasses a diverse range of disciplines including but not limited to disaster sociology, public health, urban planning, environmental science, engineering, and policy studies. It serves as a nexus for interdisciplinary dialogue, encouraging collaboration among researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and community stakeholders.
Ultimately, JDMCR aims to contribute to the advancement of knowledge and practices in disaster management and resilience-building, fostering a more resilient society capable of navigating and thriving in an increasingly uncertain world. Through its rigorous scholarship and practical insights, the journal strives to empower individuals and communities to mitigate risks, enhance preparedness, and foster sustainable recovery in the aftermath of disasters.
The Journal of Critical Ecology (JCRECO) serves as a dynamic platform for scholars, researchers, and practitioners to engage in critical discourse on ecological issues spanning across various disciplines. At its core, JCRECO is committed to fostering a deeper understanding of the intricate relationships between humans and the environment, acknowledging the urgency of addressing contemporary ecological challenges through interdisciplinary lenses.
JCRECO welcomes contributions that delve into diverse ecological themes, including but not limited to biodiversity conservation, ecosystem dynamics, sustainable development, environmental justice, climate change mitigation and adaptation, socio-ecological systems, and the intersections of ecology with economics, politics, culture, and ethics. By embracing a critical approach, the journal encourages innovative perspectives, theoretical insights, empirical research, and practical solutions aimed at advancing ecological knowledge and promoting sustainability.
Through rigorous peer review and scholarly dialogue, JCRECO strives to facilitate the exchange of ideas, methodologies, and best practices among researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and activists working towards a more sustainable and just future. By promoting critical reflection, interdisciplinary collaboration, and actionable insights, the journal aims to catalyze positive change and contribute to the global effort of nurturing thriving ecosystems and equitable societies.
Jurnal Inovasi Pangan dan Gizi (JIPG) is a scholarly platform dedicated to exploring and advancing innovations in the realms of food and nutrition. With a focus on addressing contemporary challenges and harnessing opportunities in these fields, JIPG serves as a catalyst for disseminating cutting-edge research, fostering interdisciplinary collaboration, and promoting practical solutions for improving global food security and public health.
At JIPG, we delve into a diverse array of topics spanning the entire food and nutrition continuum. From novel food processing techniques and sustainable agricultural practices to dietary interventions and nutritional epidemiology, our journal encompasses a broad spectrum of innovative endeavors aimed at enhancing food quality, safety, and accessibility while optimizing human health and well-being.
Our journal serves as a conduit for researchers, academics, practitioners, policymakers, and industry professionals to exchange ideas, share insights, and collaborate on transformative initiatives. By facilitating dialogue and knowledge dissemination, JIPG contributes to the development of evidence-based strategies and policies that address pressing issues such as malnutrition, foodborne illnesses, dietary-related diseases, and environmental sustainability.
Dynamics in Engineering Systems: Innovations and Applications (DYNAMES) is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal focusing on the latest innovations and applications in the field of dynamics and vibrations in engineering systems. With an emphasis on bridging theory and practice, DYNAMES welcomes original research articles and comprehensive review papers on topics including but not limited to modeling and simulation, condition monitoring and fault diagnosis, nonlinear dynamics and chaos, rotor dynamics, structural health monitoring, dynamics and control of smart structures and materials, micro and nano dynamics, dynamics in renewable energy systems, and computational methods in dynamics.
The thematic focus of DYNAMES encompasses both fundamental principles and emerging trends in engineering dynamics. From traditional topics such as vibration analysis, structural dynamics, and control systems to contemporary areas like mechatronics, robotics, and renewable energy systems, our journal embraces the dynamic evolution of engineering practice.
Furthermore, DYNAMES is committed to bridging the gap between academia and industry, promoting research with tangible applications and societal impact. By fostering collaboration between researchers, practitioners, and policymakers, we strive to accelerate the translation of theoretical insights into practical innovations, driving advancements in technology and engineering practice.
In summary, DYNAMES offers a platform for researchers and practitioners to explore the dynamic intricacies of engineering systems, facilitating interdisciplinary exchange and promoting the translation of research findings into real-world solutions. Join us in shaping the future of engineering dynamics and its diverse applications.
The Communicator's Compass is a journal dedicated to exploring effective and ethical communication in all its forms. Its central theme focuses on communication as a tool for connection, understanding, and positive impact. Articles delve into diverse communication channels from interpersonal interactions to mass media, analyzing how messages shape relationships and societies.
Our thematic focus revolves around the dynamic interplay between theory and practice in communication, delving into emergent trends, cutting-edge research, and innovative methodologies that shape our understanding of human interaction. Whether investigating the intricacies of interpersonal communication, the influence of digital media on public discourse, or the dynamics of cross-cultural communication, TCC endeavors to illuminate the complexities of the communicative process.
With a keen eye toward inclusivity and diversity, TCC welcomes contributions from scholars across disciplines and embraces a range of theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches. We strive to foster a vibrant intellectual community where ideas are exchanged, challenged, and refined, ultimately advancing the field of communication studies.
TCC welcomes empirical research as well as conceptual and applied articles that provide original insights on communication processes, effects, and interventions. The journal emphasizes ethical, thoughtful communication that brings people together, spreads truthful information, resolves conflicts, and gives voice to those in need. It is relevant for both scholars and communication practitioners seeking to understand communication dynamics and impacts in contemporary societies.
EcoHorizon is an interdisciplinary journal exploring the intersection of ecology and feminism. Operating from an ecofeminist perspective, EcoHorizon examines how the domination and exploitation of women relates to the human domination and exploitation of nature. The journal provides a space to reimagine ecological philosophy and praxis through a feminist lens.
Articles in EcoHorizon analyze the connections between the oppression of women and the degradation of nature under patriarchal systems of power. However, the journal moves beyond critique to envision more sustainable, egalitarian, and caring communities that promote the flourishing of both human and nonhuman life. EcoHorizon publishes scholarship from diverse fields—including philosophy, sociology, literature, theology, and biology—that engages feminist and ecological thought.
Through EcoHorizon, we aspire to cultivate a vibrant intellectual community dedicated to advancing ecofeminist thought and praxis. Our journal is a space for dialogue, collaboration, and solidarity, inviting readers to join us in reimagining relationships between humans and the environment, grounded in principles of justice, reciprocity, and respect.
AquaScape: Jurnal Spasial Perempuan dan Dinamika Air (AquaScape) is a multidisciplinary journal dedicated to exploring the intricate relationship between women, spatial dynamics, and water dynamics. Our aim is to shed light on the often overlooked intersections of gender, space, and water within various contexts, including but not limited to environmental studies, urban planning, social sciences, and cultural studies.
The theme of AquaScape delves into the multifaceted dimensions of women's experiences, roles, and agency in shaping and being shaped by water landscapes. Water, as a fundamental element of life, serves as both a source of sustenance and a site of contestation. Through a gendered lens, we examine how women interact with and navigate through water spaces, whether as caretakers of water resources, participants in water-based livelihoods, or as advocates for water justice.
Furthermore, AquaScape explores the spatial dynamics of water, considering the ways in which physical, social, and cultural landscapes intersect to influence water management, access, and distribution. We seek to amplify voices from diverse perspectives, including those of indigenous communities, marginalized populations, and grassroots movements, to foster a more inclusive dialogue on water governance and sustainability.
Articles in AquaScape analyze topics such as women's participation in water management, the effects of water scarcity and flooding on women's health and livelihoods, cultural representations of femininity related to water, and gender roles in water conservation movements. The journal aims to advance feminist theoretical approaches to understanding human-water interactions and support evidence-based policymaking to promote equitable access to clean water as a basic human right.
The intended audience encompasses scholars and practitioners in fields spanning geography, anthropology, development studies, political ecology, ecocriticism and more. Submissions that adopt critical and interdisciplinary lenses to explore the gendered dimensions of water issues as they relate to place, culture, governance and justice are encouraged. Overall, AquaScape intends to deepen conceptualizations of how women shape and are shaped by the hydrosocial cycle across diverse communities worldwide.
Lexovate: Jurnal Perkembangan Sistem Peradilan (Lexovate) is a scholarly journal dedicated to exploring and analyzing the dynamic evolution of judicial systems. With a focus on the intricacies of legal systems, judicial processes, and their societal impacts, Lexovate provides a platform for researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to engage in critical discourse and exchange of ideas.
The overarching theme of Lexovate revolves around the continual development and adaptation of judicial systems in response to evolving societal, political, and technological landscapes. Through interdisciplinary perspectives, the journal delves into various dimensions of this theme, including but not limited to:
- Legal Reform and Innovation: Investigating efforts and initiatives aimed at reforming legal frameworks and introducing innovative practices within judicial systems to enhance efficiency, accessibility, and fairness.
- Judicial Decision-Making: Analyzing the processes and factors influencing judicial decision-making, including legal precedents, judicial discretion, and societal norms, to understand the dynamics of justice delivery.
- Access to Justice: Addressing challenges related to access to justice, such as legal aid, court procedures, and barriers faced by marginalized communities, with a view towards promoting inclusivity and equity within the legal system.
- Technology and Legal Systems: Exploring the intersection of technology and law, including the impact of digitalization, artificial intelligence, and online dispute resolution on judicial processes, legal practices, and the administration of justice.
- Comparative and International Perspectives: Examining the similarities, differences, and lessons learned from comparative and international experiences in judicial reform, legal development, and human rights protection.
Kemakmuran Hijau: Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan (JEKOP) publishes original research articles that provide insights into sustainable economic growth and development. The main theme of the journal is exploring pathways to build prosperity while preserving environmental integrity.
The fundamental aim of JEKOP is to advance research that redefines prosperity in developing countries as the optimal balance between economic growth, social equity, and ecological regeneration. The journal provides a platform to rethink conventional models of progress that often lead to unequal access to resources and environmental harm.
Specifically, JEKOP covers topics related to green economy and finance, sustainable infrastructure, circular economy models, low-carbon industries, socio-environmental policymaking, community-based natural resource management, and environmental valuation and accounting. Authors are encouraged to discuss the practical implications of their research to support evidence-based decision-making and transition towards sustainability in developing countries.
While focusing on sustainability science and policies, JEKOP welcomes contributions that highlight actionable evidence to inform planning and decision-making on the ground. The interdisciplinary nature of the journal encourages authors to explore the social, economic, political, and technological dimensions of equitable green growth. Overall, the aim is to support systemic and context-specific pathways in the developing world that balance poverty reduction, community development, and environmental health.
Trase Kronos: Jurnal Penelitian Sejarah (TKJPS) is a scholarly platform dedicated to exploring the intricacies of history through rigorous research and analysis. The journal serves as a conduit for academics, historians, and researchers to delve into various historical themes, shedding light on critical aspects of human civilization and societal development.
At the heart of TKJPS lies a commitment to fostering a deeper understanding of history by examining diverse themes that shape our past, present, and future. From political movements to cultural revolutions, from economic shifts to social dynamics, TKJPS embraces a wide array of historical subjects, ensuring a comprehensive exploration of humanity's journey through time.
With a focus on inclusivity and interdisciplinary collaboration, TKJPS welcomes contributions from scholars across different fields and encourages innovative approaches to historical inquiry. Through meticulous research methodologies and thoughtful analysis, contributors to TKJPS aim to uncover hidden narratives, challenge existing interpretations, and offer fresh perspectives on historical events and phenomena.
Mangrove Watch is a peer-reviewed journal focused on the latest research, conservation, and management practices related to global mangrove ecosystems. As vital coastal habitats, mangroves provide a range of ecosystem services that support human livelihoods and protect shorelines, yet they remain critically threatened by development, aquaculture expansion, and climate change.
This journal provides a forum for scientists, conservationists, resource managers, policymakers, and local communities to publish impactful research and exchange knowledge to better understand, conserve, restore, and manage mangroves sustainably. Topics covered reflect the diverse values, uses, and threats facing mangroves worldwide, including ecology, biodiversity, carbon storage capabilities, interactions with adjacent habitats, hydrology, community reliance and governance, vulnerability mapping, the impacts of and adaptation options for climate change, monitoring and modeling approaches, policy implications, and integrated conservation strategies.
At the heart of Mangwatch lies a dedication to unraveling the mysteries of mangroves, which serve as the lifeblood of coastal regions worldwide. Through meticulous research and insightful analysis, our journal explores the complex web of relationships between mangroves, marine life, climate patterns, and human societies. We investigate how these ecosystems mitigate climate change, protect coastlines from erosion, and provide invaluable resources and habitats for countless species.
In essence, Mangrove Watch stands as a beacon of hope and knowledge, advocating for the protection and sustainable management of mangrove ecosystems. Through rigorous research, collaborative partnerships, and informed decision-making, we aim to ensure the resilience and longevity of these invaluable coastal treasures for generations to come.
Islamic Perspective on Communication and Psychology (IPERCOP) is a scholarly journal seeking to bridge Islamic principles, communication theories, and psychological insights to shed new light on human behavior and wellbeing. We recognize the deep wisdom within Islamic traditions and their relevance to modern studies of interpersonal dynamics, community relationships, and mental health.
As an interdisciplinary academic publication, IPERCOP provides a platform to rigorously investigate how Islamic ethics, rituals, and community practices viewed holistically with contemporary communication mediums and psychological research can enhance functioning for Muslim communities worldwide. We welcome integrated analyses from religious studies, media theories, and behavioral sciences focused especially on pathways for improved psychological adjustment and balanced living rooted in Islamic beliefs adapted for today's media environments.
Within the scope of IPERCOP are investigations applying spiritual practices and nurturing uplifted states of awareness through Islamic channels ranging from physical spaces like mosques and schools to virtual spaces. Both quantitative and qualitative methodologies that carefully map new territory in harnessing Islamic heritage and modern technologies/theories for human flourishing and societal harmony are encouraged.
By elevating these fused disciplines as complements rather intersects, IPERCOP seeks to illuminate positive paradigms benefiting both scholarly advancement and Muslim community resilience globally. We aim to nurture integrated models grounded in Islamic ethics for improved psychological health and media empowerment.
The Journal of Religion and Communication Studies serves as a vital platform for scholarly exploration into the multifaceted intersection of religion and communication within Muslim communities worldwide. With a keen focus on contemporary issues, our publication delves into the intricate dynamics shaping the traditions, customs, and practices of these communities through the lens of both religious studies and communication science.
Our journal endeavors to foster a deeper understanding of the intricate interplay between religion and communication, acknowledging their profound influence on individual beliefs, collective identities, and societal dynamics. By providing a forum for rigorous research and critical discourse, we aim to illuminate the complexities of religious communication within Muslim contexts, examining how it shapes perceptions, narratives, and interactions within and beyond these communities.
The scope of our journal encompasses a diverse array of topics, including but not limited to: religious rhetoric and discourse analysis, media representations of Islam and Muslims, digital and social media practices within religious contexts, interfaith communication, religious activism and advocacy, and the role of communication technologies in religious education and outreach.
Through interdisciplinary inquiry and engagement with contemporary issues, The Journal of Religion and Communication Studies seeks to contribute to the advancement of knowledge and dialogue surrounding the rich tapestry of Muslim cultures, traditions, and lived experiences. We invite scholars, researchers, and practitioners from various disciplines to join us in this important endeavor, as we strive to deepen our understanding of the complex dynamics shaping religion and communication in the modern world.
J.Linkage is an interdisciplinary journal publishing original research at the intersection of social communications, media studies, and popular culture. The journal provides a forum to advance knowledge on the cultural impacts of media, technology, globalization, identity, public discourse, artistic expression, and emerging communication spaces and practices.
Manuscripts submitted to J.Linkage analyze timely issues in ethics, policy, social movements, community dynamics, and interpersonal communication through critical perspectives grounded in empirical evidence and theoretical frameworks. While focused on the overarching themes of media influence, public opinion formation, and the role of popular culture in society, the journal welcomes contributions from diverse fields including media studies, sociology, political science, cultural studies, literature, arts, and more.
J.Linkage aims to stimulate rigorous academic inquiry on contemporary society while engaging broader social dialogues. The peer-reviewed journal publishes articles based on quantitative and qualitative methodologies to uphold scholarly standards. By serving as a linkage between research and practice, J.Linkage intends to inform professionals in education, policymaking, activism, creative industries, and beyond on the latest discoveries regarding social communications and popular culture.
The Community Service for Sustainable Community Journal serves as a beacon for fostering sustainable development through community engagement and service initiatives. Rooted in the ethos of empowerment and collective action, this journal epitomizes the intersection of academia and grassroots efforts in nurturing resilient and thriving communities worldwide.
At its heart, the journal delves into the dynamic relationship between community service and sustainable development, offering a multidisciplinary platform where scholars, practitioners, and advocates converge to explore innovative strategies, share best practices, and analyze case studies. Our mission is to catalyze positive change by amplifying the voices and experiences of those on the frontline of community-driven sustainability efforts.
The journal embraces a holistic approach to sustainability, recognizing that true resilience encompasses environmental, social, and economic dimensions. Thus, topics covered span a wide spectrum, including but not limited to:
- Community-Based Participatory Research: Investigating the effectiveness of collaborative research models in addressing local sustainability challenges.
- Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Showcasing ventures that merge business acumen with social and environmental objectives for community benefit.
- Environmental Justice and Advocacy: Examining initiatives aimed at redressing environmental inequalities and amplifying marginalized voices.
- Education and Capacity Building: Exploring the role of education in fostering sustainable mindsets and empowering communities to lead change.
- Policy and Governance: Analyzing the role of governance structures and policy frameworks in enabling or hindering community-led sustainability efforts.