Special Issue "Resource Provision of the Sustainable Development under Global Shocks"
A special issue of Resources (ISSN 2079-9276).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 10 December 2021.
Interests: energy economics; environmental economics; sustainable development; energy policy; climate policy; resource policy; sustainability; circular economy; economic efficiency; fossil fuels; renewable energy; CCU; CCS; CCUS; carbon sequestration
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Interests: The development of the Arctic space; lifecycle management of complex technical systems; program-targeted management; the economic growth; international economy; innovative economy; circular economy; modeling of socio-economic processes; econometric forecasting models
Sustainable development is a central concept for global growth in the foreseeable future. Such growth, on the one hand, requires the provision of significant resources, including financial, technological, social, and natural resources. On the other hand, it should provide stability of the global economy for various markets as well as for any unforeseen environmental, political, and economic shocks. To face these challenges, we need to strengthen our knowledge of sustainable development modeling for unstable environments.
This Special Issue aims to collect original research or review articles on the influence of various shocks on the stability and sustainability of global, national, and sectoral economic growth, including social, political, economic and technological aspects. We are also looking for studies modeling the long-term influence of short-term shocks on the deployment of sustainable development principles, forecasts of natural resources supply and demand, and other issues related to the achievement of sustainable goals in volatile environments.
We are also glad to see authors of the selected papers from European Raw Materials Conferences, helded, despite the global shock, entitled COVID-19:
- Russian-UK Raw Materials Dialogue (21-23 October, 2020);
- Russian-German Raw Materials Conference (30 November - 1 December, 2020).
Dr. Pavel Tcvetkov
Prof. Dr. Nikolay Didenko
Manuscript Submission Information
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- fossil fuels
- global shocks
- life-cycle assessment
- natural resources
- renewable energy
- resource markets
- resources substitutability
- supply and demand of natural resources
- sustainable development goals
- sustainable development models
- trends analysis
- technological progress
- triple bottom line