IntechOpen Book Series

Sustainable Development

BOOK SERIES DOI 10.5772/intechopen.100361ISSN Soon to be assigned

Latest publication April 24th, 2022

A collection of scientific Topics in Sustainable Development - always open for submission with an Annual Volume published each calendar year with a dedicated ISSN and ISBN.

Led by Series Editor Prof. Usha Iyer-Raniga and an international Editorial Board, all submissions are peer-reviewed and published immediately after acceptance.

The Book Series also publishes a program of research-driven Thematic Edited Volumes that focus on specific areas and allow for a more in-depth overview of a particular subject.

Our Sustainable Development Topics cover the latest developments and research trends currently happening in the field.

Your research is published alongside the most up-to-date works, written and researched by experts worldwide.

Choose your Topic and reach your desired audience in record time.

The series aims at increasing awareness and promoting scientific research in support of the global United Nations Sustainable Development Goals programme. IntechOpen is a member of the UN SDG Publishers Compact.

  • Always open for submission
  • Robust peer-review
  • Immediate publication after acceptance
  • Indexed in relevant databases
  • ISSN and ISBN

Topic Editor

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Antonella Petrillo

Parthenope University of Naples, Italy

Topic Editor

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Ann Hemingway

Bournemouth University, United Kingdom

Topic Editor

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Ebba Ossiannilsson

Swedish Association for Distance Education, Sweden

Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability

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Topic Editors

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Christoph Lüthi

Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland

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Rui Alexandre Castanho

University of Johannesburg, South Africa and WSB University, Poland

Thematic Edited Volumes

If your research covers a particular and targeted area, Thematic Edited Volumes allow for a more focused approach to be presented with the same quality of service and support to achieve wide dissemination.