As a mission-driven academic publisher, Emerald has long focused on research that can make an impact on the world and has aligned their focus with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). They are a founding signatory of the SDG Publishers Compact and focus their efforts as a “facilitator of research impact” in topics related to the SDGs.
Emerald: Sustainable Structures & Infrastructures is the newest addition to Emerald’s extensive collection of scholarly research related to the SDGs.
This new featured collection will feature interdisciplinary research from seven different EDP-journals, as well as proceedings from the BIO Web of Conferences, the E3S Web of Conferences series, and a large number of open access books, all of which support various Agenda 2030 goals.
Have a look for yourself, follow EDP Science on ScienceOpen and share with us your favorite titles.
ScienceOpen is pleased to announce a new milestone in the collaboration with Hogrefe, which will promote important research and encourage open scholarly communication in topics related to sustainability. As members of the SDG Publishers Compact, ScienceOpen and Hogrefe are combining efforts to promote research that helps in the acceleration of the SDGs through new collections of SDGs-related research published by Hogrefe.
If you have research relevant o the SDG5 already published on ScienceOpen, don’t forget to add the SDG5 in the keywords, for your research to be featured in ScienceOpen’s SDG 5: Gender Equality Collection.
If you want to learn more about ways how ScienceOpen can promote your SDGs research, get in touch with us and we will be happy to answer all your questions.
We have a lot of scholarly content available that promotes Sustainable Development Goal 11 and below we want to share a few examples. Don’t forget to join the campaign by using #ExploreSDGs on Twitter and sharing the research you like the most or that is most relevant to you.
SDG16: Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all, and build effective, accountable, and inclusive institutions at all levels.
Welcome to 2022! At ScienceOpen we are looking forward to working with you in the new year. Since I was a kid I loved the new year as a moment to reflect on what I had accomplished and on all the plans that I hoped to realize in the coming months. So it is a great pleasure to share with you some of the highlights from the past year and give a peek at where we are heading.
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In the giving spirit of the holidays, we wanted to take this time to make you aware of some ways you could support open access publishing around the world! If the last two years have shown us anything, it is that we are all very connected and dependent on one another.
We work with several truly inspiring nonprofits who accept donations to help them in their endeavors to develop their continents’ research infrastructure and foster open access. Each organization has a resource or contact for you to find out specifically how your contribution is being used. Below we have given a description of the organization and links to donate through. Additionally, we have just become the hosting platform for Pluto Journals who have switched to being a fully open access publisher. Their membership programme may interest you as a way to support one of their journals, which cover a wide variety of social justice matters. Moreover, all of these institutions’ research supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through their respective missions.
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Supporting SDG1: The Journal of Poverty and Social Justice
Starting today, we will be running a countdown to the New Year by highlighting one of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals each day with research on the platform. It is therefore with great timing that we announce a new collection on the platform from Bristol University Press for their Journal of Poverty and Social Justice (JPSJ)! The work of this Journal coincides perfectly with the first United Nations Sustainable Development Goal: End poverty in all its forms everywhere, which we are highlighting today.
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The Sustainable Development Goals
At the heart of the United Nations’ ambitious 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development are 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These represent a call for action from both developed and developing countries in a global partnership to end poverty and improve health and education for all. The SDGs strive to promote economic growth and development in a way that tackles climate change and preserves biodiversity in our oceans and forests. Increasingly, the academic and publishing communities are coming together to support and promote these ambitious goals. The COVID-19 pandemic has only increased the urgency of awareness and action. ScienceOpen is stepping up.
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