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Sustainability: Special Issue on Water Resources and Green Growth (Open Access):

Guest Editors: Prof. Huimin Wang; Prof. Keith W. Hipel; Prof. Liping Fang; Prof. Kevin W. Li

This Special Issue welcomes theoretical and empirical contributions to the broad issue related to conflict analysis and sustainable management of water resources. Topics include, but are not limited to, the following: equitable allocation of water resources; water footprints; water ecosystems; water resource supply chain management; coordination of human–water systems; water–energy–food nexus; flood risk management. All papers selected for this Special Issue will undergo a rigorous peer-review process.

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health: Special Issue on Decision Models in Green Growth and Sustainable Development (Open Access)

Guest Editors: Prof. Kedong Yin; Prof. Zaiwu Gong; Prof. Yuhong Wang; Prof. Kevin W. Li

This Special Issue aims to address these concerns from a decision modeling perspective. We welcome theoretical and practical contributions to the understanding of decision making in green growth and sustainable development from a wide variety of angles. Specific topics include, but are not limited to, the following: Ecological, carbon, and water footprint, water rights, water security, marine economic security, integrated flooding control and risk management, disaster prevention and mitigation, environmental impact assessment and ecological compensation, green product design and remanufacturing, sustainable development and employment, assessment of sustainable development, sustainable operations and green supply chain management.

Post-Conference Publications

Water Resources and Economics:

Editor-in-Chief: Professor Roy Brouwer

Water Resources and Economics aims to contribute to the
advancement of integrated water accounts and hydro-
economic modeling at relevant temporal and spatial scales,
water resources valuation and pricing, the design and evaluation of water policy instruments,
including water markets and payments for watershed services, and
the economics of public water supply, sanitation and waste water
treatment in developed and developing regions.
We are particularly interested in publishing high quality examples of innovative interdisciplinary
collaborations between economists and water engineers and scientists.
Both conceptual/methodological as well as applied research papers are welcome.

Water Science and Engineering:

Executive Editor-in-Chief: Professor Zhong-bo Yu

Water Science and Engineering journal is an international, peer-reviewed research publication covering new concepts, theories, methods, and techniques related to water issues. The journal aims to publish research that helps advance the theoretical and practical understanding of water resources, aquatic environment, aquatic ecology, and water engineering, with emphases placed on the innovation and applicability of science and technology in large-scale hydropower project construction, large river and lake regulation, inter-basin water transfer, hydroelectric energy development, ecological restoration, the development of new materials, and sustainable utilization of water resources.

Marine Economics and Management (Open Access):

Editor-in-Chief: Professor Kedong Yin

Marine Economics and Management (MAEM) is an international, transdisciplinary journal focusing on marine economics and management research and practice. Through published articles, the journal aims to help societies become more sustainable and harmonious. MAEM covers research in integrated marine systems, marine modeling and prediction, marine planning and marine management, presenting theoretical insights and developments, as well as real-world case studies. Major articles are contributed by specialists in marine affairs, including marine economists and marine resource managers, and marine scientists. Articles from all relevant disciplines are invited, but all contributions must make clear the link between fundamental concepts and the central improvement of marine economics and management.