Aims and Scope

Sustainable Earth as an "all earth science" journal is an international, interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal publishing theoretically and empirically cutting-edge and innovative articles in terms of interrelated fields that cover problems and approaches through sustainability issues. Sustainable Earth bridges the gap between fundamental research in earth sciences and their application to achieve a sustainable earth response to anthropogenic impacts. The Sustainable Earth Trends is an English-language journal that publishes original research and review articles in the following research fields:


  • Climate change;
  • Environmental pollutants;
  • Meteorology and climatology;
  • Terrestrial biology and ecology;
  • Earth and environmental sciences;
  • Sustainable development of land and environment;
  • Assessment of risks and interactions of pollutants;
  • Sustainable forest management and desertification strategies;
  • Destruction of biodiversity in water and land systems;
  • Geomorphology, environmental geology, and geophysics;
  • Hydrology, risks of water shortage, water resource management, and flood effects;
  • Soil erosion, soil quality studies, environmental soil science, and land degradation;
  • Sustainable use of water and land ecosystems, especially the fragile ecosystems of the earth, use of renewable resources and clean energy;
  • Environmental changes, environmental analysis, and monitoring, environmental risk assessment, and sustainable management of water and soil resources;

Sustainable Earth is committed to publishing significant, high-quality research in the Earth and Environmental Sciences through a fair, rapid, and rigorous peer review process that is overseen by a team of full-time professional editors.