Focus & Scope

The journal's focus extends to a comprehensive analysis of the SDGs' implementation in emerging countries, emphasizing the challenges, strategies, and progress in these nations. Its scope encompasses, but is not limited to:

  1. Policy and Development Analysis: Examining the influence of national and regional policies on achieving SDG targets.
  2. Sustainable Practices and Innovations: Exploring sustainable production, consumption practices, and innovations that positively impact the SDGs.
  3. Social Equity and Economic Growth: Investigating the balance between social justice, economic development, and environmental sustainability in the context of the SDGs.
  4. Educational Initiatives and Awareness: Assessing the role of education, training, and awareness programs in promoting SDG goals.
  5. Health and Well-Being: Evaluating strategies to improve health outcomes and overall well-being in line with the SDGs.
  6. Environmental Conservation: Delving into approaches for biodiversity conservation, ecosystem preservation, and climate action.
  7. Global and Local Partnerships: Analyzing the impact of international collaborations and local initiatives in advancing SDGs.

Suggested Themes include:

  • Urban Mobility and Sustainable Infrastructure.
  • Gender Equality and Empowerment Strategies.
  • Zero Hunger Initiatives and Food Security.
  • Civil Society's Role in Advancing SDGs.
  • Corporate Responsibility and Sustainable Business Models.
  • Technological Advancements and Digital Solutions for SDGs.
  • Consumption Patterns and Environmental Impact.
  • Community-Led Initiatives for Sustainable Urban Development.
  • Educational Reforms for Sustainable Development.

Target Audience: The journal is designed to cater to a diverse, international audience, including:

  1. Academics and Researchers: Scholars and students in fields such as development studies, environmental science, social sciences, economics, and public policy who are investigating the nuances of SDGs.

  2. Policy Makers and Government Officials: Decision-makers at various levels of government who are responsible for developing and implementing policies related to sustainable development goals.

  3. NGOs and Civil Society Organizations: Entities engaged in advocacy, implementation, and evaluation of programs and projects aligned with SDGs.

  4. Industry Professionals and Business Leaders: Individuals in the corporate sector who are involved in sustainable business practices and corporate social responsibility initiatives related to SDGs.

  5. International Development Organizations: Representatives from international bodies and development agencies working on projects and programs to advance the SDGs in emerging countries.

  6. Educators and Trainers: Professionals involved in developing educational content and training material related to sustainable development and global citizenship.

  7. Environmentalists and Sustainability Advocates: Individuals and groups actively promoting environmental conservation, sustainable practices, and climate action.

  8. General Public with Interest in Sustainable Development: Laypersons and enthusiasts who are keen on understanding and contributing to the global goals of sustainable development.

The journal aims to serve as a comprehensive resource, providing insights and research findings that are valuable to anyone interested in the progress and challenges of implementing SDGs in emerging countries. With its inclusive approach, the journal encourages submissions in Portuguese, English, and Spanish, ensuring a broad and diverse representation of perspectives and expertise.