Dr. Porio joins Frontiers in Sustainable Cities as Review Editor

Dr. Emma Porio (Project Leader & Principal Investigator) of the Coastal Cities at Risk in the Philippines (CCARPH) project accepts the invitation to become a Review Editor in the Editorial Board of Cities in the Global South of the journal, Frontiers in Sustainable Cities. She will be responsible for assessing the rigor of the research studies, and working closely with the authors and co-editors in improving the manuscripts.

Frontiers in Sustainable Cities aims to develop a multi-disciplinary academic approach to life in contemporary and future urban environments. The journal publishes rigorously peer-reviewed, cutting-edge research on a broad range of topics, from engineering and urban studies to social sciences, with a focus on achieving sustainable living processes within future urban landscapes (in line with SDGs). To achieve resilience, environmental health, people’s inclusion, equality and healthy living in the face of the severe economical and environmental challenges facing the world today, international collaboration across all disciplines is required, including aspects on energy engineering, human geography and economics, architecture, governance and political science, public health, natural and behavioural science. The journal’s key sections cover varied specialties and bring together prominent scholars, policy makers and key opinion leaders. Led by an outstanding Editorial Board of international experts, this new multidisciplinary open-access journal is at the forefront of disseminating and communicating scientific knowledge and impactful discoveries to researchers, academics and the general public worldwide.

Scope & Mission of the Frontiers in Sustainable Cities journal

To learn more about the journal, visit frontiersin.org/journals/sustainable-cities

Frontiers is an award-winning open science publisher, currently the fifth most-cited publisher in the world. Their mission is to make high quality research openly available to the world, accelerating new solutions, and helping all of us to live healthy lives on a healthy planet. They developed their platform in-house to empower researchers with cutting-edge tools and the best publishing experience. For more information about Frontiers, visit frontiersin.org

This post was arranged by Ina Salas / CCARPH Project Management

2 comments

  1. Ina–add here that another job of mine is to solicit articles from the Global South and I hope CCARPH scientists and researchers will send manuscripts for review. THAT IS WHAT IS RELEVANT FOR CCAR-MDRR AND IDRC. tHNK YOU so much! BEsT, Emma

    On Mon, May 17, 2021 at 9:36 AM Coastal Cities at Risk in the Philippines wrote:

    > Coastal Cities at Risk in the Philippines: Investing in Climate and > Disaster Resilience posted: ” Dr. Emma Porio (Project Leader & Principal > Investigator) of the Coastal Cities at Risk in the Philippines (CCARPH) > project accepts the invitation to become a Review Editor in the Editorial > Board of Cities in the Global South of the journal, Frontiers” >

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  2. Congrats. Dr Porio is a fine social scientist. She is an excellent choice.

    Yves Boquet professor of geography, Université de Bourgogne, France

    De: “Coastal Cities at Risk in the Philippines” À: “Yves Boquet” Envoyé: Lundi 17 Mai 2021 03:36:22 Objet: [New post] Dr. Porio joins Frontiers in Sustainable Cities as Review Editor

    Coastal Cities at Risk in the Philippines: Investing in Climate and Disaster Resilience posted: ” Dr. Emma Porio (Project Leader & Principal Investigator) of the Coastal Cities at Risk in the Philippines (CCARPH) project accepts the invitation to become a Review Editor in the Editorial Board of Cities in the Global South of the journal, Frontiers”

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