Volumes & Issues
Chinese Journal of Population Resources and Environment
Chinese Journal of Population Resources and Environment
Journal Title: Chinese Journal of Population Resources and Environment
ISSN: 1004-2857
ISSN Online: 2325-4262
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year
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Aim & Scope: Chinese Journal of Population, Resources and Environment (CJPRE) is an international journal that publishes original research in the fields of economic, population, resource and environment studies as they pertain to sustainable development. More specifically, CJPRE aims to address and evaluate the field’s theoretical frameworks, capability building initiatives, strategic goals, ethical values, empirical research, methodologies and techniques.

Since the Rio Earth Summit in 1992, the field of sustainable development has developed rapidly. Although it remains an emerging field of research, it has proven influential and continues to provide new angles for understanding how current events may impact society.

While CJPRE originally focused on assessing Chinese advances in the field of sustainable development, the journal now looks toward sharing global developments from both developed and developing countries.

The journal welcomes manuscripts on: sustainable development (economy, demography, strategy and policy, agriculture and industry, ecosystem management biodiversity), natural resources (water, oceans and fisheries, atmosphere, forests), energy (renewable consumption markets, efficiency), and health (poverty eradication, water and sanitation, production, technology). Peer review policy All published research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymous refereeing by independent expert referees. STAR
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Subjects Covered & Scope: Development Studies; Economics and Development; Environment & Resources; Environment and Sustainability; Environmental Studies; Geography; Human Geography; Population & Development; Sustainable Development
Editor Board:
Chief Editor
Yanhua LIU , Counsellor’s Office of the State Council, China
Associate Chief Editor
Yanxiu ZHAO , Shandong Normal University
Wujun WEN, Shandong Normal University
Xiaowen LIU, Shandong Normal University
Ying ZHANG, Shandong Normal University
Editorial Director
Bo TANG , Shandong Normal University
Executive Directors
Shanlun ZHAO, Shandong Normal University
Qi LI , Shandong Normal University
Honglie SUN, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Vice Chairman
Yanhua LIU, Counsellors’ Office of the State Council, China
Yanxiu ZHAO, Shandong Normal University, China

Editorial Board
Bin CHEN, Beijing Normal University, China
Jining CHEN, Tsinghua University, China
Kun CHEN, Chinese Society for Sustainable Development, China
Tae-Soo CHON, Pusan National University, Korea
Marianne CLARHOLM, SLU, Sweden
Ning DUAN, Peking University, China
Brian D. FATH, Towson University, USA
Risheng GUO, The Administrative Center for China's Agenda 21, China
Jing HUANG, China National Center for  Biotechnology Development, China
Sven E. JØGENSEN, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Dan JOHNSON, University of Lethbridge, Canada
Elisabeth KESSLER, AMBIO, Sweden
Kin Che LAM, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
Guy R. LAROCQUE, Natural Resources Canada, Canada
William J. MANNING, University of Massachusetts, USA
Peter H. MAY, ISEE, Brazil
Mohan MUNASINGHE, Munasinghe Institute for Development, Sri Lanka
Jiahua PAN, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China
Young-Seuk PARK, Kyunghee University, Korea
Sizhen PENG, The Administrative Center for China's Agenda 21, China
Karen R. POLENSKE, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Ye QI, Tsinghua University, China
Santanu RAY, Visva-Bharati, India
Friedrich RECKNAGEL, University of Adelaide, Australia
Takamitsu SAWA, Kyoto University, Japan
Friedrich SCHMIDT-BLEEK, Factor 10 Institute, France
Walter R. STAHEL, Product-Life Institute, Switzerland
Bo TANG, Shandong Normal University, China
Hailin ZHOU, The Administrative Center for China's Agenda 21, China

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