Call for Papers: "Sustainable Policies and Practices in Energy, Environment and Health Research: Addressing Cross-cutting Issues"
Editors: Diogo Guedes Vidal, Maria Alzira Pimenta Dinis, Ricardo Cunha Dias, Walter Leal Filho
The call for abstracts for the book "Sustainable Policies and Practices in Energy, Environment and Health Research: Addressing Cross-cutting Issues" is now open. The deadline for submissions of abstracts is the 20th December 2020.
This book will be produced by the European School of Sustainability Science and Research (ESSSR), through the Inter-University Sustainable Development Research Programme (IUSDRP). The book will be published as part of the "World Sustainability Series" by Springer. It will include examples of best sustainable policies and practices via case studies, examples of projects, institutional policies, innovative methods and tools and research outputs highlighting the interdependence among energy, environment and health issues.
The editors are looking for an international balanced combination of theory and practice, with results from research, case studies and examples able to be replicable elsewhere. Expressions of interest for papers dealing with one or more of the following issues:
- Practical experiences from different stakeholders groups towards sustainable development and cross-cutting issues in energy, environment and health.
- Innovative methods in cross-cutting issues.
- The implementation of sustainable development initiatives to solve cross-cutting issues in energy, environment and health.
- Partnerships and networks on sustainable development cross-cutting issues.
- The role of the stakeholders in cross-cutting issues.
- Aspects of policy and governance towards sustainable development and cross-cutting issues.
- Assessment of collaborative approaches in cross-cutting issues.
- Successful experiences of cogeneration from renewable sources (biodigesters, solar, wind, thermal) in all fields of society.
- Beliefs and values towards sustainable development.
- The relation between social inequalities and cross-cutting issues in energy, environment and health topics.
- Agenda 2030 and cross-cutting issues in energy, environment and health.
Other related themes may also be accepted, and interested authors are warmly encouraged to contact the editors and seek advice.