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5 November 2020

Submit your scientific contribution to the Special Issue: “Sustainable Development in Mountain Areas” of the international journal Sustainability

The Ge.S.Di.Mont. Research Center of UNIMONT – Centre of Excellence of the University of Milan encourages researchers to submit scientific contributions to the Special Issue entitled “Sustainable Development in Mountain Areas”  of the international journal Sustainability, which Prof. Dr. Annamaria Giorgi and Dr. Luca Giupponi are serving as Guest Editors.


Mountain areas represent a natural, historical-cultural, and economic heritage of which the appropriate management is fundamental in order to promote the sustainable development of these territories and of the whole planet. This topic is an urgent challenge due to the rapid and unsettling anthropic and climatic events happening in the last several decades. This Special Issue entitled “Sustainable Development in Mountain Areas” of the international journal Sustainability (Impact Factor 2.576) has the aim of gathering relevant studies about the use and valorization of mountain resources in order to foster the sustainable development of these areas.

As the projects and research activities of the Ge.S.Di.Mont. promotes the protection of the natural habitat and the growth of new technological and scientific stimuli fundamental for the future of mountain populations and territories, the Prof. Anna Giorgi – Director of the Ge.S.Di.Mont. Research Centre of UNIMONT – Centre of Excellence of the University of Milan and President of the Degree Course in “Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas and Dr. Luca Giupponi – Researcher at the Ge.S.Di.Mont. Research Centre of UNIMONT have been invited as Guest Editors of this Special Issue dedicated to mountains.

The Issue “Sustainable Development in Mountain Areas” of the journal Sustainability aims to provide an innovative, socially engaged, reliable source of scientific information for both researchers and stakeholders in general, as well as policymakers and land-managers, strengthening the network within the mountain community.


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