Special Issue "Selected Papers from the Sustainable Globe Conference 2021&2022 within the theme of Education, Agriculture and Sustainable Communities"
A special issue of Sustainability (ISSN 2071-1050).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2022.
Interests: weather intensity-frequency; environmental psychology; Earth observation; environmental data analytics; impact and vulnerability assessment
Interests: STEM education; geography didactics; biology didactics; environmental education
Interests: environmental education; didactics of science; intercultural education; teacher education
The International Sustainable Globe Conference 2021 (https://sustainableglobal.net/) will be held online from 8 to 10 September 2021 to investigate and share knowledge on the multilayered scopes of education, agriculture, and sustainable communities towards the theme of sustainability for climate action. And the Sustainable Globe Conference 2022 is planned to be held in Berlin, September 2022.
Sustainable development is one of the major agendas set forth by governments and non-government organisations around the globe to tackle contemporary and looming issues such as climate or environmental crises. The development of Sustainable Development Goals by the United Nations also demonstrates the importance of sustainable development.
The attitude towards and of sustainable development depends on the set of knowledge or beliefs of the population. This Issue aims to create a platform for various cultures and society, through the International Sustainable Globe Conference 2021&2022, to share and learn about sustainability from each other’s experience, knowledge, and perception.
Currently, the conference and this Issue focus on the aspects of education, nutrition, rural and urban development, and natural and cultural resources management within the scope of sustainable development goals 2 (zero hunger), 4 (quality education), and 11 (sustainable cities and communities) to tackle the contemporary and looming issues of climate or environmental crises.
The Special Issue will include papers within the conference’s theme as well as the notable papers presented at the “Sustainable Globe Conference 2021&2022.”
Dr. Shakil Regmi
Prof. Dr. Martin Lindner
Dr. Julio César Tovar-Gálvez
Dr. Bed Mani Dahal
Manuscript Submission Information
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- education for sustainability
- nutrition and sustainable agriculture
- rural and urban development
- natural and cultural resources management