Sustainability - Journal - MOST Wiedzy






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  • Architecture and urban planning (Engineering and Technology)
  • Civil engineering and transport (Engineering and Technology)
  • Mechanical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Environmental engineering, mining and energy (Engineering and Technology)
  • Forestry (Agricultural sciences)
  • Agriculture and horticulture (Agricultural sciences)
  • Social and economic geography and spatial management (Social studies)
  • Nutrition and food technology (Agricultural sciences)
  • Security studies (Social studies)
  • Management and quality studies (Social studies)
  • Sociology (Social studies)
  • Biological sciences (Natural sciences)
  • Chemical sciences (Natural sciences)

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Ministry points
2020 70 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
Ministry points
Year Points List
2020 70 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2019 70 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2018 20 A
2017 20 A
2016 20 A
2015 15 A
2014 20 A


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Punkty CiteScore:

Punkty CiteScore
2019 3.2
Punkty CiteScore
Year Points
2019 3.2
2018 2.8
2017 2.5
2016 2.1
2015 1.7
2014 1.6
2013 1.9
2012 1.4
2011 1.4

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author's version of the article before the review
author's version of the article after the review

Status table SHERPA RoMEO

Status table SHERPA RoMEO
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Blue can archive post-prints
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White can not archive any materials
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total: 33

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Catalog Journals

  • Applying a Mesoscopic Transport Model to Analyse the Effects of Urban Freight Regulatory Measures on Transport Emissions—An Assessment

    Sustainable urban freight management is a growing challenge for local authorities due to social pressures and increasingly more stringent environmental protection requirements. Freight and its adverse impacts, which include emissions and noise, considerably influence the urban environment. This calls for a reliable assessment of what can be done to improve urban freight and meet stakeholders’ requirements. While changes in a transport...

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  • Integration of a Multilevel Transport System Model into Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning

    When planning their transport policy, cities usually focus on developing sustainable transport systems and reducing the negative consequences of transport. One way to deliver transport policies is to use the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP), a strategic document designed to meet the demand for mobility whilst ensuring adequate quality of life for the residents. The process of Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP process)...

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  • State of the Art of Automated Buses
    • J. Ainsalu
    • V. Arffman
    • M. Bellone
    • M. Ellner
    • T. Haapamäki
    • N. Haavisto
    • E. Josefson
    • A. Ismailogullari
    • E. Pilli-Sihvola
    • O. Madland... and 13 others

    - Sustainability - 2018

    Urban transportation in the next few decades will shift worldwide towards electrification and automation, with the final aim of increasing energy efficiency and safety for passengers. Such a big change requires strong collaboration and efforts among public administration, research and stakeholders in developing, testing and promoting these technologies in the public transportation. Working in this direction, this work provides...

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  • The Use of Big Data in Regenerative Planning

    With the increasing significance of Big Data sources and their reliability for studying current urban development processes, new possibilities have appeared for analyzing the urban planning of contemporary cities. At the same time, the new urban development paradigm related to regenerative sustainability requires a new approach and hence a better understanding of the processes changing cities today, which will allow more efficient...

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  • Heterotrophic Anodic Denitrification in Microbial Fuel Cells

    - Sustainability - 2016

    Nowadays, pollution caused by energy production systems is a major environmental concern. Therefore, the development of sustainable energy sources is required. Amongst others, the microbial fuel cell (MFC) seems to be a possible solution because it can produce clean energy at the same time that waste is stabilized. Unfortunately, mainly due to industrial discharges, the wastes could contain nitrates, or nitrates precursors such...

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