The SDG publishers compact and its associated programs are bringing us together, and we will be delighted to showcase our innovation and implementations supporting the Agenda 2030 goals at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Come around to our stand (4.0 H66) at the Fair and we would be more than happy to discuss current projects implemented by ScienceOpen that highlight the Sustainable Development Goals.
Healthy oceans and seas are essential to our existence. They cover 70 percent of our planet, and we rely on them for food, energy and water.
And what better way to celebrate Oceans Day, than by exploring research related to SDG 14 – Life below water? Goal 14 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals aims to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development. Join us in exploring SDG14-related research and all the innovative publications and scholarship featured in our network of over 86 million publications.
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 join the United Nations in recognizing the contributions made by women and girls in science, as well as the support for gender equality, both of which contribute to global sustainable development.
We want to say a big thank you to all of the women scientists and academics who contribute to our knowledge of the world and, more importantly, serve as role models and mentors to the next generation.
Today, we will explore some innovative scholarly content available in our network that can help scientists, researchers, and practitioners working on sustainable development goals to make faster progress toward achieving Goal 3 of Agenda2030.