Sustainable Development
Studies Center
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at the heart of Science, Education, Economy, Arts & Sustainable Development

The Sustainable Development Studies Center conducts original studies that reflect the latest research and developments in both theoretical and practical
aspects of Environment, Economic and Society with Sustainability, and among other diverse disciplines, such as human development, health education
studies, science policy interface, and other related fields.

The Center provides an international platform for academic professionals and researchers to contribute innovative work in the field.

The main purpose of the Center is twofold: to encourage
    (1) integration of theoretical studies and policy studies on sustainability issues, and
    (2) interdisciplinary works of energy economics, environmental policy studies, educational studies, sustainable agricultural development, health
    and food education, urban planning and related fields on sustainability issues.

The Center also welcomes contributions from any discipline as long as they are consistent with the above stated aims and purposes, and encourages
interaction beyond the traditional academic of thought, and has practical characteristic.



The scopes of the Center include, but are not limited to, the following fields:
  • Climate change
  • Ecology and sustainable development
  • Waste and water management
  • Renewable and sustainable energy   
  • Environmental technologies   
  • Green construction and sustainable development    
  • Sustainable land development    
  • Environmental economics and policy    
  • Urban planning and development    
  • Social sciences and humanities    
  • Social impact assessment    
  • Sustainable of agricultural systems
  • Science Policy Interface
  • Parity in Science
  • Media Impact on Development


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