Enabling Strategies and Policies toward a Sustainable Environment
Environmental sustainability is one of the most discussed goals, with over 200 countries pledging their support. During and after the pandemic, environmental sustainability has become more important. World leaders, civil society organizations, and governments from developing and developed countries recently reiterated their commitment to attaining carbon neutrality through energy efficiency, renewable energy, green financing, and a sustainable transportation system at the COP26 conference. This Topic welcomes empirical papers that enhance econometric approaches for climate change research, as well as studies that contribute to a better understanding of the financial and economic aspects of such policies. Therefore, this Topic will seek submissions related to the following themes: achieving sustainability in the transport system; disparities in energy poverty; energy transition; gender aspects of achieving carbon neutrality; circular economy and sustainability; governance and democracy; the role of renewable energy sources; urbanization, globalization, and innovation; corporate social responsibility; green financing; responsible consumption; reducing greenhouse gas emissions; and the role of industry, agriculture, tourism and health sectors. This call for papers will provide readers from all backgrounds with new policy ideas on how to formulate strategies and policies to address climate change and environmental issues. Furthermore, this volume will pave the way for new econometric approaches to guide future research in the field of environmental change. The Topic is planned to bring together academia with the most up-to-date techniques and theoretical expertise to further our understanding of environmental pollution, as well as inform policymakers about the stringent policy insights required to reach carbon neutrality in time.
Dr. Abdul Majeed
Dr. Judit Oláh
- circularly economy
- renewable energy sources
- green financing
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