Geography and environmental sustainability

Geography and environmental sustainability


Geography and environmental sustainability

(Scientific-Research Journal)
 
Managing Director: Dr. Hassan Zolfaghari
 
Editor: Dr. Iraj Jabari
 
 
 
Date of publication: 1390
 
Academic Date: 1394
 
 
 
The aims of the publication
 
Geography is the study of the earth's system with all the perspectives, people, places and environments. In geographic studies, it is expected that by understanding the dynamics of the human and natural environment, which natural and human elements will be affected by a change in one of the elements of the system, and on which of them will be responsible for controlling the system's severe changes and stabilizing it. Element focus. In this regard, the Journal of Geography and Environmental Sustainability plans to:
 
Provide decision makers and planners with information on the positive and negative outcomes of economic, political and cultural decisions in environmental degradation and the consequences of this destruction in the lives and well-being of the public.
Promote intellectual and community skills and authorities to address growing concerns about the relationship between society and the environment.
Encourage thinkers and researchers to discuss and discuss techniques and techniques for assessing the environment's dynamism, such as field techniques, geosciences, cartographic and cartographic interpretations, and GIS.
Provide awareness of the needs, barriers, and methods of managing natural resources and energy consumption to authorities, planners and decision-makers.
 
 
Articles attraction axes
 
Discovering the capabilities of the regions for sustainable development and anticipating the imbalances caused by the development plan.
Estimate environmental capacity to accommodate the population and plan to accommodate population growth.
Manipulating environmental systems and anticipating them in the short and long term
The consequences of the morphological land and the smell of the expansion of urban environments
Examining instability symptoms such as surface-level changes, desertification, soil erosion, climate change, etc