ESSD is a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal that aims to systematically develop the minds of aspiring scholars that seek to contribute to the academic community. As the world is currently living in an age of information where sources are widely available on the Internet, however, we at ESSD seek to efficiently utilize the available information to help create an age of knowledge. The journal's focus is academic research in all fields of Environmental Sciences and Sustainable Development; it includes:• Environmental policies, assessment and planning • Alternative energy quest • Built the environment • Energy and the environment • Improving the concept of sustainability • Territorial development, planning, landscape and infrastructure • Public engagement in sustainable development • Transportation planning, impacts and sustainable networks • Safety and security • Green economy and Sustainable development studies • Culture heritage, Environmental aspects and sustainable tourism • Social impact and Policies and legislation • Communications, innovation and advanced technologies • Emergency, Climate change adaptation: Preparedness of coastal cities to the natural disaster • Flood risk, production and health management • Organic farming, forestry and integrated crop management • Soil contamination • Agricultural waste and management • Ecosystem modeling and Solutions for nature • GIS and remote sensing applications • Recycling and Industrial waste management • Water resources, contamination, sanitation and health • Fresh and marine water quality • Industrial water pollution • Air pollution and public health • Nature conservation, recovery and resilience
The journal welcomes diverse approaches to innovative ideas that could potentially be a breakthrough in a particular field of study.
As a member of COPE, ESSD abid by CORE's policies and journals practices, to reach the highest standards in publication ethics.
Yearly volume containing 2 issues, each issue containing 7-10 articles.
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.