Vol 2, No 3 (2024)

The latest issue of the journal, Sustainable Social Development, covers a range of research topics related to the challenges and solutions for achieving social sustainability. The focus is on how different social, environmental, and demographic factors impact sustainable development. This issue provides a multifaceted look at the social, environmental, and spatial dimensions of sustainable development, highlighting both challenges and potential solutions through empirical research across different geographic contexts. The diversity of topics reflects the complex and interdisciplinary nature of achieving sustainable social progress.

Vol 2, No 2 (2024)

Sustainable social development requires profound changes in how humans perceive our relationship with the natural environment, and how we structure our economic, social, and political systems accordingly. It's about cultivating a deep ethic of environmental stewardship, social equity, and long-term thinking within both individual mindsets and collective institutions. This issue presents a diverse range of research examining the intersections between human behavior, environmental impacts, and strategies for promoting sustainable development, offering a multidisciplinary perspective on the complex social, cultural, and environmental dimensions of sustainable development. By better understanding the human behavioral dimensions, we can design more effective, holistic strategies to build a more sustainable future.

Vol 2, No 1 (2024)

Cities play a crucial role in sustainable development, as they are hubs of economic activity and resource consumption, and with high population densities. The latest issue of Sustainable Social Development (SSD) journal recognized that cities are complex, interconnected systems. Tackling sustainability in urban areas requires an integrated, systems-level approach that considers the social, economic, and environmental interdependencies. This includes empowering local communities, investing in clean infrastructure, and harnessing technological innovations. The research presented in this journal issue provides valuable insights into how we can build more equitable, resilient, and environmentally responsible cities of the future. By taking a holistic view of city systems, the articles highlight the need to address a range of factors—from community engagement to clean energy access to intelligent transportation—to achieve sustainable development outcomes in metropolitan areas.


Vol 1, No 3 (2023)

Environmental protection is a pressing concern, as it directly impacts public health and the ability to achieve sustainable development. This issue features an engaging discussion on protecting the environment to drive sustainable progress. Readers can explore the latest advancements in sustainable development research through this publication, which primarily focuses on environmental preservation as well as social and individual sustainability. The content within this issue delves into critical topics surrounding environmental protection and how it interlinks with the broader goals of sustainable development, aiming to provide valuable insights and thought-provoking perspectives on this important subject matter.

Vol 1, No 2 (2023)

Sustainability is not solely relevant to environmental matters but also extends to human economic and social issues. Sustainability encompasses a broad range of interconnected topics with deep relevance to humanity. This issue takes readers on a captivating exploration of environmental, social, and economic perspectives on sustainable development. The research topics covered are both novel and practical, providing the latest insights on sustainable development trends across diverse fields. Readers can expect to gain valuable, up-to-date knowledge on the multifaceted challenge of sustainable progress from this compelling collection of works.

Vol 1, No 1 (2023)

Sustainable development is fundamentally about improving human welfare and environmental stewardship. By placing people at the center—whether as active participants, empowered entrepreneurs, or digitally-enabled change-makers—these human-centric approaches can foster more equitable, responsive, and impactful pathways to sustainability. The inaugural issue of this new journal, Sustainable Social Development, presents a diverse range of research exploring how various social, technological, and governance-related factors can drive more sustainable and equitable development outcomes. The focus is on unlocking the potential of human-centered approaches and innovative tools to address complex sustainable development challenges. The insights from this journal issue underscore that technical solutions alone are insufficient; sustainable social development requires integrating human agency, values, and lived experiences into the design and implementation of interventions. This multidimensional, people-first perspective is crucial for driving transformative change towards a more equitable and environmentally responsible future.

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