International Journal of Environmental Sustainability and Green Technologies (IJESGT)

International Journal of Environmental Sustainability and Green Technologies (IJESGT)

Formerly International Journal of Green Computing (IJGC)
Editor-in-Chief: Vicente Gonzalez-Prida (University of Seville & UNED, Spain)
Published: Semi-Annually |Established: 2020
|DOI: 10.4018/IJESGT

Description

The International Journal of Environmental Sustainability and Green Technologies (IJESGT) provides managers, academicians, scientists, and researchers in various government, public, and private sectors an in-depth look into new techniques, strategies, and technologies for achieving environmental sustainability through best business and technology practices. The journal covers topical issues including sustainable strategy and innovation, advanced technologies related to the 4th Industry Revolution, green digitalization, sustainable asset management (ILS, operation and maintenance, reliability, life cycle etc.), energy and defense efficient systems, green and sustainable transformation, as well as other topics like product usability, reverse and closed loop supply chain, environmental issues (carbon footprints, global warming, recycling and reuse systems, applied ergonomics, climate change), and all those topics related to logic, philosophy and history of science and technology from the green/sustainable point of view. This journal offers research contributions, constructive debates, and investigations on new legislations on disruptive technologies, green (sustainable) IT and processes, Industry 4.0, healthcare informatics and applications in terms of environmental, defense and social issues for both the manufacturing and service industries.

Topics Covered

  • Advanced and disrupted technologies
  • Automotive and consumer ergonomics
  • Barriers to high technology and transhumanism
  • Biometric security and accident prevention
  • Black Swan theory, risk and uncertainty management
  • Carbon emission, climate change and environmental issues
  • Case studies on techno-science and its implementation
  • Citizen perceptions of technology disruption
  • Computerized accounting
  • Corporate Governance
  • Corporate social responsibilities
  • Decision Making
  • Deep-seated economic, political, and societal changes due to digitalization
  • Defense and military sustainability
  • Digitalization of energy, defense, industry and environmental systems
  • E-learning, E-agriculture and technology transfer
  • Empirical, analytical and combinatorial research in applied science and green sustainability
  • Enterprise business application
  • Facilities management
  • Financial engineering
  • Forensic finance and informatics
  • Globalization
  • Globalization of science and technology
  • Green or sustainable alignment and external boundaries
  • Green or sustainable business model innovation
  • Green or sustainable capabilities, processes and assets profile
  • Green or sustainable collaboration and partnering
  • Green or sustainable commitment and focused destination
  • Green or sustainable coordination
  • Green or sustainable process for competitive advantage
  • Green or sustainable strategic alliances
  • Green or sustainable strategy and synchronized transformation
  • Green or sustainable utility, value and focused oversight
  • Green or sustainable value proposition and business positioning
  • Green or sustainable visioning and Green or sustainable organization
  • Human factors and usability
  • Industry 4.0
  • Information systems development
  • Innovation models and replication
  • Job analysis and design
  • Logic, history and philosophy of science and technology
  • Management and ICT development
  • Manufacturing and construction ergonomics
  • Operation and maintenance
  • Physical asset management
  • Product design and defense
  • Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety/Sustainability
  • Renewable energy
  • Risk and uncertainty
  • Science policies
  • Scientific method as a social contract
  • Scientific method history and evolution
  • Social engineering
  • Social Implications of techno-science
  • Survey and review research in applied science and green sustainability
  • Sustainability and entrepreneurship
  • Sustainability of techno-science
  • Techno-science
  • Virtual and global citizenship
  • Web-based learning

Mission and Scope

The mission of the International Journal of Environmental Sustainability and Green Technologies (IJESGT) is to serve as an interdisciplinary source of sustainable knowledge for researchers and practitioners in fields including environmental science, environmental engineering, information technology, and business. The goal of the journal is to provide academicians, research scholars, business entrepreneurs, practitioners, managers, and policymakers coverage of strategic issues and best practices for achieving environmental sustainability while promoting competitive advantage and cost savings in modern organizations and business sectors. The journal highlights the critical steps needed for sustainable industry, defense, and energy systems digitalization and transformation to the new advanced and disruptive technologies, which help organizations and businesses reach their environmental goals.

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