About the Journal

Resourceedings is a peer-reviewed journal that presents a diverse range of conference papers at the intersection of Engineering and sustainability. It provides a dynamic space that explores technological innovation while maintaining a strong commitment to sustainable practices. It serves as a medium for exploring the latest trends and advancements in Engineering with a focus on ecological consciousness. The journal aims to showcase inventive concepts and solutions that drive both technological progress and positive ecological impact.

Amid escalating sustainability and resource limitation challenges, urgent integration of technological advances and innovative Engineering is vital to address issues like climate change and resource depletion. Resourceedings aids this cause by publishing high-quality, rigorously reviewed research papers, providing a platform for sharing insights and innovations that drive meaningful progress in pushing Engineering and technology boundaries for a more sustainable world.

Resourceedings welcomes diverse innovative approaches to drive breakthroughs in specific fields and ensures accessibility and preservation by archiving in collaborative major indexation services. The journal publication is periodically quarterly and operating as a fully open access journal aligned with publishing ethics, Resourceedings provides unrestricted global access, enabling users to freely read, download, distribute, and link to articles without prior permissions, fostering knowledge dissemination and collaborative scholarly advancement.

Vol. 3 Issue 1 (2023): Climate Change and the Transition to Green Urbanism

Green Urbanism is a forward-thinking concept. It aims to implement components of renewable energy, sustainable transportation, and environmental and health hazards while maintaining cities' heritage, cultural, and architectural assets. Cities should strive to create a sustainable environment for their residents, with multiple eco-friendly modes of transportation to get to a destination, whether on foot, by bicycle, or by public transportation, and where the surroundings aid in the development of creative and healthy minds for future generations, securing their futures. This is precisely what green urbanism tries to achieve. It addresses the growing problem of urban intensification and recommends a greener strategy that, if implemented effectively, can be a source of economic gain for all.

The hour for action has arrived. The age of fossil fuel use has proven to be one of scarcity and is costing us our planet. Food price increases are causing widespread anxiety around the world, and water scarcity is looming in many parts of the planet. We are on the verge of a new era for humanity, and it is up to us to decide what type of era it will be. To address the problem of climate change, a new and sustainable approach that dictates how the majority of people live will be required. A green strategy.

The first issue of the 3rd volume in the Resourceedings scientific journal tackles issues pertaining to climate change and sustainable practices in urbanism. Some of the topics discussed include:

  • City Urban Form and Natural Resources.
  • Energy Efficiency in The Built Environment.
  • Sustainable Building and Construction.
  • Sustainable Energy, Materials, and Water Systems.
  • Pathways For Climate Resilience and Future Sustainability.
  • Assessment Methods, Systems, and Tools.
  • Territorial Spatial Planning and Carbon Neutrality.
Published: 2023-03-31

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Vol. 3 Issue 2 (2023): Material Perspectives: Exploring the Transition from Fossil Fuels to Sustainable Energy Systems

This issue addresses climate change and move towards a sustainable future, the transition from fossil fuels to renewable and clean energy sources has become an essential global priority. This issue aims to shed light on the complex process of this transition by examining it through the lens of materials science and engineering.

The shift from fossil fuels to sustainable energy systems involves a fundamental transformation in the materials we use to generate, store, and distribute energy. It requires rethinking and innovating across multiple sectors, including energy generation, storage, transmission, and utilization. The selection and development of suitable materials play a crucial role in achieving efficiency, reliability, and long-term sustainability in these systems.

This issue welcomes a collection of articles that explore the diverse aspects of this transition from a material perspective. It delves into the latest advancements in materials science and engineering, highlighting their potential to revolutionize the energy landscape. From novel materials for photovoltaics and energy storage to advanced materials for power grids and sustainable mobility, this special issue covers a wide range of topics, including the design and synthesis of new materials, characterization techniques, manufacturing processes, and the integration of materials into energy systems, it discusses the following topics: 

  1. Renewable Energy Resources, Energy Security, and Energy Nexus.
  2. Energy Storage and the Production through Organic Chemical Reaction.
  3. Low-Carbon Design Process in Sustainable Creative Industry.
  4. Optimization of Composite Photocatalysts for Solid Waste Decomposition.
  5. Environmental Impacts: Design Solutions for Thermal Comfort in Building Envelope.
  6. Technological Innovations on Fuel Cell Fabrication.
  7. Materials and Manufacturing: Catalysts for Low-Cost Material Used in Fuel Cells.
  8. Advanced Materials for Power Grids and Sustainable Mobility.