Environmental Development provides a future-oriented, pro-active, authoritative source of information and learning for researchers, postgraduate students, policymakers, and managers, and bridges the gap between fundamental research and the application in management and policy practices. It stimulates the exchange and coupling of traditional scientific knowledge on the environment, with the experiential knowledge among decision-makers and other stakeholders and also connects natural sciences and social and behavioral sciences. Environmental Development includes and promotes scientific work from the non-western world, and also strengthens the collaboration between the developed and developing world. Further it links environmental research to broader issues of economic and social-cultural developments and is intended to shorten the delays between research and publication, while ensuring thorough peer review.
|Managing the food, water, and energy nexus for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals in South Asia||Journal Article||Rasul and Golam Rasul, Golam||2016|