On behalf of Elementa‘s Sustainability Transitions domain, we would like to invite you to submit a Research Article or Practice Bridge to the not-for-profit, Open Access scientific journal, Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene.
Kevin J. Dooley, Sustainability Transitions Associate Editor, Department of Supply Chain Management, Arizona State University, is currently inviting submissions to a special forum on “Multi-stakeholder Initiatives for Sustainable Supply Networks”. This forum encourages interdisciplinary and especially practitioner perspectives to address the sustainability transition challenge: How are multi‐stakeholder initiatives being used to create sustainable supply networks?
For those new to it, Elementa is a mission-driven Open Access journal whose ultimate objective is to publish original research reporting that accelerates scientific solutions to the challenges presented by this era of human impact. Elementa articles receive high usage and download metrics (see example articles below), and authors can look forward to their freely-accessible work having a significant impact across interdisciplinary fields and diverse audiences.
For any author whose article is accepted but cannot pay for the Article Processing Charge (APC), an APC waiver fund is available (more on our value-sharing model here). There are no fees for submission.
Here are examples of a:
Published article in this forum:
- Expanding boundaries: Nongovernmental organizations as supply chain members
David G. Hyatt, Jonathan L. Johnson
Total usage: 10,924 views/downloads since original publication on March 2, 2016 (see live metrics)
- Toward a digital resilience
Dawn J. Wright
Total usage: 12,015 views/downloads since original publication on February 3, 2016 (see live metrics)
- Carrying capacity of U.S. agricultural land: Ten diet scenarios
Christian J. Peters, et al
Total usage: 73,309 views/downloads since original publication on July 22, 2016 (see live metrics)
Please consider submitting your papers to the Special Forum, and feel free to get in touch with Kevin Dooley should you have any questions or inquiries.