Aims and Scope

Planetary Sustainability publishes original articles, review articles, case studies, book reviews, short communications, and hypotheses on different topics related to issues in the field of sustainability. Those include but not limited to climate change, food security, future food, sustainable development, UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), alternative production pathways in line with the UN SDGs, etc. 

The journal's aim is to advance and disseminate knowledge and to serve researchers, policy makers, industrial players by providing them with the opportunity to be exposed to the cutting-edge science in the field of global sustainability with a focus on the nexus of environment, energy, food security and future food. 

The Scope of Planetary Sustainability will include the following areas of research: 

  • Climate Change
  • Food Security
  • Future Food
  • UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • Alternative Production Pathways
  • Biorefineries for food and valu-added commodities
  • Sustainability assessment
  • Life Cycle Assessment
  • Thermodynamic analysis of production/consumption cycles
  • Environmental Pollution, Management, and Mitigation
  • Waste valorization throughout food production/consumption cycles
  • Post COVID-19 sustainability measures