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Asia SDGs: Focuses on Science, Technology, and Management of Energy and Environmental Issues

The Global Research Group – Asia SDGs is initiated by National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) with the support of WUN. The purpose of the Group is to promote, implement, study, and compile the best practices related to SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). The Group commits to facilitating and inspiring more in-depth and thought-provoking case studies of SDG practices in Asia. We expect to promote more innovative and collaborative SDG practices in Asia and analyze SDG-related academic research applications and innovative praxis involving industry, government, and society. In addition, the Group works to nurture international SDG collaboration teams to cooperate with different stakeholders which in terms to realize the essence of SDG in our research and daily practices.

By providing a supportive network of scholars and researchers, we aim to build a platform for researchers from different regions to share views and exchange perspectives and eventually produce thorough and comprehensive solutions to the SDG-related problems facing Asia.

  1. Graphene-based nanomaterials (GBNMs) (e.g., graphene oxides and carbon nanotubes) display superior electronic and thermal conductivities and varying abilities to contain organic substances. This study sheds li...

    Authors: Jui-Te Chen, Wen-Che Hou, Tsair-Fuh Lin and Cary T. Chiou
    Citation: Sustainable Environment Research 2023 33:37

    The Correction to this article has been published in Sustainable Environment Research 2023 33:41

  2. This paper presents the stability-evaluation outcomes of a multimachine power system (MMPS) connected with a large-scale hybrid wind farm (WF) and photovoltaic (PV) farm or hybrid wind/PV farm (HWPF) and a hyb...

    Authors: Li Wang, Wang Jun-Yi Ke, Rui-Xuan Wu, Manoj Tripathy, Hazlie Mokhlis, Kein Huat Chua, Anton V. Prokhorov, Thi Ha Nguyen, Mohammed Mehdi Farid, Alison Subiantoro, Kang Li, Benjamin Chong, Sadegh Azizi, Amir Abiri Jahromi and Dehong Xu
    Citation: Sustainable Environment Research 2023 33:21
  3. Plastic is a material associated with various Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions along the life cycles of different products. Many economies have adopted or planned for strategies to reduce, reuse, and recycle pla...

    Authors: Jui-Hao Chang Chien and Pi-Cheng Chen
    Citation: Sustainable Environment Research 2023 33:18
  4. The rapid urbanization, industrialization, and population growth have led to a considerable rise in solid waste production, highlighting the need for efficient solid waste management and recycling methods. To ...

    Authors: Chih-Hsuan Liu and Ching Hung
    Citation: Sustainable Environment Research 2023 33:17
  5. According to the Taiwan Water Resources Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, the average water demand shortage is 530.6 million m3 yr−1 during the period of 2011 to 2019, and the situation will worsen in the nea...

    Authors: Hai-Hsuan Cheng, Wan-Sheng Yu, Shu-Chuang Tseng, Yi-Ju Wu, Ching-Lin Hsieh, Shi-Shuan Lin, Ching-Ping Chu, Yu-De Huang, Wan-Ru Chen, Tsair-Fuh Lin and Liang-Ming Whang
    Citation: Sustainable Environment Research 2023 33:16