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Journal of Environmental Accounting and Management
Zhifeng Yang (editor), Sergio Ulgiati (editor)
Zhifeng Yang (editor)

School of Environment Beijing Normal University Beijing 100875, China

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Sergio Ulgiati (editor)

Department of Sciences for the Environment Parthenope University of Napoli Centro Direzionale, Isola C4. 80143 Napoli, Italy

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Special issue of JEAM
Ten Years Working Together for a Sustainable Future (Call for Paper)

The guest editors of the Special Issue entitled “Ten Years Working Together for a Sustainable World”, Professors Biagio F. Giannetti, Cecília M. V. B. Almeida, Feni Agostinho, Zhifeng Yang, Gengyuan Liu, are pleased to announce that the papers of the 6th IWACP are potential candidates for this Special Issue of the Journal of Environmental Accounting and Management.

The "International Workshop on Advances in Cleaner Production" is a multi/interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of information and research results on technologies, concepts and policies based on Cleaner Production and conceived to assist the desired transition to a sustainable society.

Cleaner Production is a concept that goes far beyond the simple pollution control. It includes research and development of new processes, materials and products directed to promote the efficient use of resources and energy. Prevention must be the first approach of governments and corporations concerning sustainable development, and for this, environmental friendly strategies allied to economical robustness of products and services must be assured.

The adoption of Cleaner Production by governments, companies, and universities is getting speed with technical assistance and training programs, but it is worthy of attention that all these initiatives, even if implemented by all governments and corporations, do not guarantee the achievement of sustainable development. There is still a lack of a science, and consequently of a consolidated engineering devoted to the sustainable development.

We welcome papers dealing with the conference theme of achieving a global audience to promote discussions about the role of Cleaner Production as a requirement for achieving a sustainable world.

The Call for Papers will be disclaimed during the 6th IWACP.

Special issue of JEAM
Multi-Criteria Decision Making for Sustainable Development: Theory, Models and Applications (Call for Paper)

Journal of Environmental Accounting and Management (JEAM) seeks submissions from researchers with expertise on new developments in Multi-Criteria Decision Making problems, with a special emphasis on applications related to sustainable development. This special volume is connected with, but not restricted to, the 2016 edition of the International Symposium on the Analytic Hierarchy Process, which will be held on August 4-7, 2016 in London (United Kingdom). In particular, the journal is looking for contributions that apply Multi-Criteria Decision Making methodologies for solving timely problems in the following areas:

  • Environmental and ecological economics, environmental accounting, environmental impact assessment
  • Ecosystem service assessment
  • Energy and resource use
  • Modelling of environmental conservation
  • Water resources management
  • Environmental protection and assessment of environmental impacts and climate change effects.
  • Planning and management of patterns for socio-economically sustainable systems
  • Project appraisal and auditing with sustainability considerations
  • Evaluation of the transition towards a Circular Economy
  • Sustainable logistics and supply chain management.


Deadline for Submission: Feburary 28th, 2017

All papers submitted to the special volume will be peer-reviewed in accordance with the standard procedures of Journal of Environmental Accounting and Management.

To prepare their manuscripts, authors are asked to closely follow the JEAM “Guide for Authors” at Authors should submit their papers via the journal's online submission system. Submitted papers should not have been previously published or be currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.

Guest Editors:

Dr. Andrea Genovese (Managing Guest Editor) 
Senior Lecturer in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Management School - University of Sheffield (UK)
Dr. Adolf Acquaye 
Senior Lecturer in Sustainability
Kent Business School - University of Kent
Canterbury, UK