Natural Resources Forum

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Edited By: Mohammad Reza Salamat

Impact Factor: 0.98

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 62/93 (Environmental Studies); 159/210 (Environmental Sciences)

Online ISSN: 1477-8947

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AUGUST 2013
Special Issue on Forests

MAY 2013
Special issue on tourism

NOVEMBER 2012
Special issue on sustainable development scenarios

FEBRUARY 2012
Special issue on institutions for sustainable development

AUGUST 2011
Special issue on green economy and sustainable development

NOVEMBER 2010
Special Issue on Transport

FEBRUARY 2010
Special issue on Sustainable Consumption and Production

NOVEMBER 2009
Special Issue on Climate Change and Development

AUGUST 2009
Featuring articles on small-scale mining, water-point management, and sustainable agriculture practices, foreign direct investment in Africa and technology transfers for climate change.

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Natural Resources Forum - A United Nations Sustainable Development Journal, a quarterly journal issued by the Division for Sustainable Development of the United Nations, calls for papers for upcoming issues. See Call for Papers for further details.

Special Issue on Sustainable Development in Small Island Developing States
This special issue will focus on possible policy responses to addressing the vulnerability and responding to the development needs of SIDS for the February 2014 issue.
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A New series on the themes of the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development at its 20th and 21st sessions, over the 2012-2014 period
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