The Journal of Sustainable Mobility to launch this month – subscribe now and get 20% off

The Journal of Sustainable Mobility

General Editor: Michael Zhang

Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University, UK

Published in association with Nottingham Trent University, UK, Cranfield University, UK, and the Chinese Academy of Science (CAS), China

ISSN 2053-2350 (online) Published twice annually

www.greenleaf-publishing.com/jsm

“It is surprising it has taken so long for a journal to emerge that deals specifically with sustainable mobility . . . The Journal of Sustainable Mobility is long overdue.”
Dr Paul Nieuwenhuis, Cardiff University, UK; author of The Business of Sustainable Mobility

The Journal of Sustainable Mobility (JSM) is a new, peer-reviewed journal that provides an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of innovative and empirically sound research on sustainable transportation. It takes a holistic approach, publishing research on the sustainable developments of all transport modes, contributing to a better understanding of the future of sustainable mobility as a whole. The publication focuses on aspects of green mobility in the context of nature, enterprise and technology and seeks to explore the links between transportation, technological management and innovation, energy use, sustainable development and responsible business.

Topics covered include:

  • low-carbon vehicles technologies,
  • renewable/clean/green technologies;
  • biofuels and other sources of renewable energy;
  • transportation management systems;
  • vehicle emission controls;
  • sustainable transport policies and governance

JSM is published twice annually and includes peer-reviewed papers by leading researchers, policy debates, case studies, and research notes, from Social Sciences and Engineering and Technology disciplines. It also includes reviews of the latest works published in sustainable mobility. Theme issues based on sector or region will be regularly presented. We welcome contributions from academics with a research-orientation and also business practitioners and policymakers, from the public and private sectors. JSM aims to be the premier journal to publish articles on sustainable mobility that accomplish an integration of theory and practice. We want the journal to be read as much by practitioners leading sustainable transport as it is by academics seeking sound research and scholarship.

JSM is essential reading for academics, practitioners, policy-makers and others interested in the latest research and thinking on sustainable transport and mobility.

The inaugural issue will be launched at the Second International Symposium on Sustainable Mobility, on Sustainable Mobility in China and its Implications for Emerging Economies, 28-29 May 2014, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing, China.

Click here for more information including the full Editorial Advisory Board.

The Journal of Sustainable Mobility is included in both the Sustainable Organization Library (SOL) collection and in the smaller Greenleaf Online Library (GOL). See www.gseresearch.com/sol for further information.

General Editor:

Dr Michael Zhang, Reader in International Strategy at Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University, UK. Email: michael.zhang@ntu.ac.uk

SPECIAL OFFER: Get 20% off all subscriptions until May 31st using code JSM20. Subscribe here.

Call for Papers

We are inviting calls for contributions to a Special Issue of The Journal of Sustainable Mobility based on the theme of the Second Internation Symposium on Sustainable Mobility: Sustainable Mobility in China and its Implications for Emerging Economies. To read the full Call for Papers and for submission details please visit our website.

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