Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy
Focusing on Technology Research, Innovation, Demonstration, Insights and Policy Issues for Sustainable Technologies
This journal publishes papers that aid in the development, demonstration, and commercialization of cleaner products and processes as well as effective environmental policy strategies. As its title suggests, the journal has two major thrusts: Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy.
The Clean Technology thrust addresses the science and engineering of clean technologies. Moreover, it examines mathematical and computer-based methods and models for designing, analyzing, and measuring the cleanliness of products and processes. The Environmental Policy thrust covers research advances in scientific, social, behavioral, and economics disciplines that are relevant to complex environmental policy issues.
In addition to research papers, the journal offers policy-oriented commentaries from world renowned leaders in environmental technology and policy research. It also features special issues focusing on topics of international concern.
Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy will present the following yearly awards as nominated by the Review board:
1. Best Paper award - The recipient will be awarded a plaque and a onetime monetary prize of
EUR 1000. In the case that the recognized paper has multiple authors, each author will receive a plaque while the prize of EUR 1000 will be shared equally among them.
2. Outstanding Paper award - The recipient(s) will be awarded a plaque.
Members of the editorial board who are nominated for the best paper award will not receive any monetary compensation.
2016 CTEP Best Paper Award:
Drs. Jin Zhang, Zhaoping Zhong, Bo Zhang, Zeyu Xue, Feihong Guo, Jia Wang for their paper titled Prediction of Kinetic Parameters of Biomass Pyrolysis based on the Optimal Mixture Design Method
2016 CTEP Outstanding Paper Awards shared by:
Niketha Konikkara, N. Punithavelan, L. John Kennedy, J. Judith Vijaya for their paper titled A New Approach to Solid Waste Management: Fabrication of Supercapacitor Electrodes from Solid Leather Wastes using Aqueous KOH Electrolyte
Hangyong Ray Lu, Ali El Hanandeh for their paper titled Environmental and Economic Assessment of Utility Poles using Life Cycle Approach
NEW - Brief Reports
A desirable means of reporting innovative methods, tools, processes, and theoretical treatments on aspects of clean technologies or sustainability. This section is being offered for faster publication of newer developments. For more information and details please see the instructions for authors in the right menu.
NOTE: Change in Instructions for Authors:
Do not email submissions directly to the Editors-in-Chief. Only those papers that are submitted via the Editorial Manager system (see Submit online button in the right menu) will be considered for review. Original research articles are 10 pages long including all references, tables, figures, and figure legends - 3 submitted pages (double spaced, font size 12) corresponds to 1 printed page consisting of about 800 words - approximately 2 to 3 illustrations (dependent on size) including their legends corresponds to 1 printed page - approximately 45 references corresponds to 1 printed page.
Titania-reduced graphene oxide nanocomposite as a promising visible light-active photocatalyst for continuous degradation of VVOC in air purification process
Development of a flexible composite from leather industry waste and evaluation of their physico-chemical properties
Akihiko Terada (October 2017)
- Journal Title
- Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy
- Volume 1 / 1998 - Volume 19 / 2017
- Print ISSN
- Online ISSN
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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