Questions related to Natural Resources Conservation
How can improve environmental sustainability and what is green growth and how can it help deliver sustainable development in climate smart agriculture?
Ecotechnology is an emerging science that focuses on applying ecological knowledge and environmental skills to attain sustainability in human developmental progress. It enables human activities to adapt more skillfully to natural ecosystem functions. It involves cross-disciplinary studies of nature, and basic sciences, especially blending ecology, biology, and technology. The emphasis is to avoid ecological and environmental damage in all human activities. Accordingly, it summarizes all the sustainable engineering models for preserving, restoring, and conserving natural ecosystems to make developmental progress accessible through generations. In simple terms, ecotechnology enables humans to protect biodiversity, and soil health, achieve sustainable agriculture, eco-friendly energy sources, food safety, and all other means to manage sustainable development. Therefore, the primary objective of Ecotechnology is to make human life happy forever through proper monitoring of natural ecosystems while employing innovative technologies and novel ideas for progress and development.
It is proven that, Microplastic is a silent killer. But nowadays plastic used to construct pavement roads and called it sustainable development. It is really environment friendly or we are just spreading the plastic to our environment ?
Corporate Social Responsibility in India is mandatary as per Companies Act 2013. Sustainable Development Goals are target set by united nation to be achieved by 2030. Being a signatory of SDG India need to contribute for its accomplishment. Can I make an excercise to map these two concepts ?
Which theories other than the theory of change and Environmental Possibilism are related to the study about Sustainable Land Management and Environmental Protection?
Ghana is committed to implementing sustainable practices to protect its environment. To this end, how is Ghana implementing sustainable practices to protect its environment? E.g., initiatives to reduce pollution and conserve natural resources.
Do you agree with me that we have to combat desertification in each of its locations in order to reduce severe climate changes and dust ؟
How can new ICT information technologies and Industry 4.0 help improve systems for monitoring the state of environmental pollution, the state of biodiversity of natural ecosystems, the state of the biosphere and the planet's climate?
On 16.11.2022 at the UN Climate Summit COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, debates and speakers address, among other things, the issue of the loss of biodiversity of the planet's natural ecosystems caused by the increasingly rapid process of global warming caused by anthropogenic factors, i.e., primarily by civilization's greenhouse gas emissions. Due to the accelerating deforestation of forests, the burning and clearing of rainforests to create more areas to grow crops for export, the planet's biodiversity is rapidly declining. In addition, also due to the increasing scale of land and sea pollution, oceanic pollution and the accelerating process of global warming, the level of biodiversity of the planet's natural ecosystems is rapidly declining. Due to the predatory management of burning and clearing of the Amazon rainforest, the area of these natural boreal forests described as the natural lungs of the planet has been declining rapidly in recent years. In addition, due to the greenhouse effect, ocean water temperatures are also rising and coral reefs, including the Great Barrier Reef in Oceania, are dying. The decline in biodiversity noted in recent years correlates with the rapid mass die-off of many species of flora and fauna. In view of the above, it is necessary to urgently stop forest deforestation, including the burning and clearing of tropical rainforests and also other forest formations and natural ecosystems located in all climate zones. It is necessary to increase the scale of implementation of afforestation programs for civilization-degraded areas, post-mining heaps, wastelands, and the creation of additional urban parks in urban agglomerations. Besides, it is necessary to urgently carry out a full green transformation of the economy, including a pro-climate transformation of the energy sector by replacing the dirty energy of burning fossil fuels with clean energy based on renewable and emission-free energy sources. With the rapid development of ICT information technology, Industry 4.0, satellite analytics, 5G big data transfer, etc. as important elements of the current fourth technological revolution, it is possible to improve techniques and systems for monitoring the state of biodiversity of natural ecosystems.
In view of the above, I address the following question to the esteemed community of researchers and scientists:
How can the new information technologies of ICT and Industry 4.0 help improve systems for monitoring the state of environmental pollution, the state of biodiversity of natural ecosystems, the state of the planet's biosphere and climate?
What is your opinion on this issue?
Please answer with reasons,
I invite everyone to join the discussion,
Thank you very much,
How can we reduce disaster risk through formal education to get 11th goal of SDG ;Sustainable development of cities and communities ;please made some suggestion which are applicable for any country easily?
What kind of scientific research dominate in the field of The importance of biodiversity, the environment, environmental protection?
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It is impossible to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals SDGs in 2030, as we know that effective actions do not exist yet?!
Over 46,000 deligats including 112 country leaders attended in COP27, they discussed and made a negotiation about the climate change. no actions was taken after the previous COP-meetings. Will this be the same as the previous COPs or is there a different hope than those?
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What needs to change for the deforestation of the Amazon tropical rainforests to be converted to aforestation?
The Amazon Tropical Rainforests are referred to as the 'lungs of our planet'. The Amazon Tropical Rainforests and other highly biodiverse natural boreal areas are one of the key factors in removing CO2 from the atmosphere and are thus a limiting factor for greenhouse gas emissions, slowing the rate of progressive global warming, reducing the scale of the ongoing climate crisis. The tropical rainforests of the Amazon and other highly biodiverse natural forests and other natural green areas are a major reservoir of terrestrial biodiversity. In some but unfortunately still few countries and urban agglomerations, the scale of aforestation exceeds that of forest deforestation. Unfortunately, this does not apply to the tropical rainforests of the Amazon and many other natural forests of the tropical and subtropical zones. It is essential for the future of future generations of people, the state of the biosphere and the planet's climate to protect the state of biodiversity in the natural ecosystems of the tropical rainforests of the Amazon and other natural forests and to convert deforestation processes into aforestation. The state of biodiversity of the planet's biosphere and the rate of progressive global warming depend to a large extent on this. It has therefore been a common knowledge issue for many years to significantly increase the level of nature conservation, including the protection of the biodiversity of the tropical Amazon rainforest and other natural forest and natural ecosystems. It has also been a matter of common knowledge for many years, confirmed by many scientific studies and published scientific papers, that the processes of deforestation of the tropical Amazon Rainforest and other natural boreal, forest formations of the planet must be urgently converted to processes of aforestation. This, if it has been common knowledge for years, is why deforestation processes still dominate many times over aforestation. This problem was already signalled by researchers and scientists in the second half of the 20th century. Unfortunately, large-scale deforestation of the tropical Amazon rainforest and other natural forest formations of the planet continues. In addition, over the last 15 years the scale of deforestation of the Amazon rainforest and other natural forest formations of the planet has increased instead of decreasing. At the UN climate summit COP26, many countries pledged that by the end of this decade at the latest, i.e. by 2030, deforestation processes would be significantly reduced to such an extent that aforestation processes would prevail. But why should we wait until 2030 for this when we know how important this is for the preservation of the planet's biodiversity and for the urgent issue of halting or slowing down the progressive process of global warming. The improvement of conservation techniques and the development of aforestations programmes is fostered by the society-wide pro-environmental awareness of citizens, modern technologies, available financial resources, scientific knowledge, etc. So what is missing, what still needs to change. Is the key problem still the lack of changes in politics and business, i.e. the necessary changes towards pro-environmental and pro-climate reforms, the development of a real environmental policy and environmental protection, the implementation of the concept of sustainable economic development, the realisation of sustainable development goals, the pursuit of sustainability of the development of civilisation with the surrounding nature and climate, the carrying out of a pro-environmental and pro-climate transformation of the classic, dirty economy of excess towards a sustainable, green economy of moderation, a closed loop economy?
In view of the above, I would like to address the following question to the esteemed community of researchers and scientists:
What needs to change for the deforestation of the tropical Amazon rainforest to be converted to aforestation?
What do you think about this topic?
What is your opinion on this subject?
Please answer with reasons,
I invite you all to discuss,
Thank you very much,
Quarries have an important economic and social role, but they have repercussions on the natural framework (the environment), which calls for proposing alternative solutions to ensure the supply of the construction and public works sector with basic materials, taking into account the environmental dimension and the sustainability of resources in accordance with the logic of governance in the measure.
Will the big player in all spheres of life ever allow local communities to implement the role of indigenous knowledge in sustainable development?
Will the seeming scientific world (AI) allow the non (AI) communities to flourish without intrusion?
What is the way forward,
I would like to ask for your help.
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Through this question, we try to understand the interrelated and influential relationships of a mutual nature between three sectors:
Energy sector, urban transport sector and sustainable development
I want to study different models of sustainable development. Can anyone please suggest any suitable study material/ book/ course on the same? Also, its specific application in the energy sector.
I need literature which shows significant negative impact of country-level governance on sustainable development goals?
I am facing problem to search this type of literature which shows significant negative relation between country-level governance on sustainable development goals.
Those who read the 1987 Brundtland Commission Report know that it was about sustainable development solutions to the social and environmental sustainability issues embedded in the traditional market model due to the assumption of social and environmental externality neutrality that had led to social problems(poverty, over population) and environmental problems(Pollution, environmental degradation) that the commission highlighted as the reason for the need to go, not half way from business as usual, but away from business as usual, and they gave us the definition of sustainable development, not of sustainability…..
But look at the UN related page below and its content:
Sustainable development requires an integrated approach that takes into consideration environmental concerns along with economic development.
In 1987, the United Nations Brundtland Commission defined sustainability as “meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” Today, there are almost 140 developing countries in the world seeking ways of meeting their development needs, but with the increasing threat of climate change, concrete efforts must be made to ensure development today does not negatively affect future generations.
The Sustainable Development Goals form the framework for improving the lives of populations around the world and mitigating the hazardous man-made effects of climate change. SDG 13: Climate Action, calls for integrating measures to prevent climate change within development frameworks. SDG 14: Life Below Water, and SDG 15: Life on Land, also call for more sustainable practices in using the earth’s natural resources. “
See we know, a) sustainability(optimization based) is not sustainable development (maximization based); b) The commission gave us a definition of sustainable development and not of sustainability as they saw the social and environmental issues created by the traditional market in terms of sustainable development thinking; c) that is why we have sustainable development goals, NOT sustainability goals.
We know the sustainability model is different than the sustainable development model and according to the model inconsistency principle sustainability and sustainable development can not be equated or defined one as the other or the other as the one.
But the UN defines sustainability as sustainable development there, a scientific inconsistency as it violates the theory-practice consistency principle.
Which raises the question, Do defining sustainability as sustainable development requires alternative academic facts? If yes, Why?
I think YES, what do you think?
Feel free to provide your own view when answering the question.
There are only 8 years before the global review of sustainable development goals. In many parts of the world especially in the developing world, the situation is getting worse around most of the goals including Hunger, Poverty, Health and Wellbeing, Sustainable Cities and Communities, Water and Sanitation, Industrialisation and Climate Action.
Are there any countries that have successfully fully integrated the sustainable development goals and are implementing full throttle around the Sustainable Development Goals?
The Sustainable Development Goals or Global Goals for both developed and developing countries are 17 interlinked global goals designed to be a "blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. In a country like Nigeria and most African countries, there are limitations to achieving these goals.
Globally, deforestation processes continue to outpace aforestation processes.It is well known that forests are one of the key influences on the climate, on the stability and sustainability of the climate, the maintenance of a humid microclimate, local water management, the state of biodiversity in regions.
Forests are also one of the key factors in reducing the amount of CO2 entering the atmosphere. At the UN climate summit COP26, it was agreed that by the end of this decade, i.e. by the end of 2030, national and global forest deforestation processes should be completed and forest afforestation processes should be accelerated. The restoration of forest ecosystems should be carried out in accordance with the principles of ecology of specific environmental formations of forest ecosystems consisting of replacing monocultures of tree crops with biodiverse restored, tree-rich forest ecosystem formations adequate to the specific local environment, geological and climatic setting.
But why do we have to wait so many more years for this? Why have such decisions not been taken earlier?
Why do the processes of afforestation not already prevail over deforestation?
Why are forests still being cut down when we know how important they are for slowing down the progressive process of global warming?
What needs to be done so that aforestation processes already prevail over deforestation?
How can afforestation processes be implemented quickly and effectively?
How can afforestation processes in civilisationally degraded areas be carried out quickly and efficiently?
How can afforestation be carried out with a high level of biodiversity in restored natural forest ecosystems?
What do you think about it?
What is your opinion on this topic?
I invite everyone to the discussion,
Thank you very much,
I am looking for a theme on sustainable development in my country (Mali). I am looking for a theme that can be explored in this field.
I am looking for a theme that can be explored in this area.
Do you agree with me that we need to take care of green building and sustainable development in light of climate changes?
Hi, my name is Ivan, and working as a Spatial Analyst in NGO. We are currently developing a Project Design Document (PDD) related to the REDD+ Project under Verra certification by referring to the VMD0007, BL - UP module (Unplanned Deforestation). I want to ask technical questions to everyone who has experience related to the module mentioned.
In terms to project future deforestation, we need to define the RRL boundary which has a certain requirement. And, in the module mentioned that the area of forest in RRL must be equal to the area of the RDD (±25%). What's the mean of "±25%"? Whereas it's clearly mentioned "must be equal to".
Thanks for the attention.
https://verra.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/VMD0007-BL-UP_v3.3.pdf (page 12, section 184.108.40.206)
Sustainable development is a hot topic for researchers, but I think that the achievement of all goals isn't possible.
Sustainability plays a vital role in the Under-developing countries, as they are still struggling for the fulfilment of the basic issues, rather than to think about Sustainable development. How it’s possible for under developing countries to adopt Sustainability
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Our research group at Gangadhar Meher University, Odisha, India is working on the impact of Air pollution on urban sustainability. In this regard we are conducting a survey on how air pollution affects the health of urban dwellers and and poses threat towards achieving the various United Nation Sustainable Development Goals -2030 (UN SDG).
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I need resources for Banana upcycling project with the aim of fulfilling sustainability development goal.
We live in an era when the Mathematics of Nonlinear Dynamics have been making inroads into almost every discipline and profession. A qualitative outcome of this mathematical field is the realization that what in Economics (and Econometrics) are described as "steady states" and "long run equilibria" are very unlikely in theory, in addition to being difficult to empirically document their presence in practice (in extended time series data).
On the other hand, a significant new field has emerged in Social Sciences (Economics, Sociology and Demography) as well as in almost all professions (Architecture, Engineering, Business Administration, Law, Journalism, etc.) where a movement towards "sustainability" is omnipresent. The movement enjoys apparently widespread popular support all over the Globe. However, the precise definition of what exactly is "sustainability", in an epoch of fast societal, economic, cultural and technological change remains elusive.
Hence, my question to this community: "What exactly is 'sustainable' development"?
¿Which one are the main reasons that you consider the VF as a real alternative to mitigate the food security and development sustainable ?
During dry weather or in the semi-arid regions, the minute soil particles are carried away by the wind or water to far-away lands. This degrades the soil and results in desertification. So can we conclude desertification as a type of soil erosion?
It is widely agreed that any sustainable development shall be based on sound scientific findings and innovations. The researchers are working in very difficult to develop or promote these solutions. Unfortunately, on the other side, policy makers and executive are working without any clear and stable links with researchers and scientists. This situation create a gap between scientists and policy makers and leading to establishment of unsuccessful and unsustainable development projects in the developing countries.
The rapid pace of deforestation, urbanisation and road building are major factors in the spread of infectious diseases across Asia, including the coronavirus.
Worldwide, more than 119,000 people have been infected by the Covid-19 coronavirus, which emerged from China late last year, and more than 4,200 have died, according to a Reuters tally.
Coronaviruses are zoonotic diseases or zoonoses - meaning they are passed from animals to humans. Other examples include the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome that was transmitted from civet cats, the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome that was passed from camels, as well as Ebola and bird flu.
"Diseases passed from animals to humans are on the rise, as the world continues to see unprecedented destruction of wild habitats by human activity," Doreen Robinson (the United Nations Environment Programme UNEP) BP, Marc,2020.
Can anyone help me to formulate my research question for a thesis paper? I would like to do a research regarding the influence of sustainable development agenda 2030 on migration flows and human rights. Yet I also want to include in my research the fact, that not only safe and regular migration can help to achieve sustainable development, but the agenda 2030 can also have a positive impact on regular migration and human rights security (may be with a reference to gender issues or climate refugees).
I will be grateful of you could help me out!
"Sustainable development can be defined as progress that meets the needs of the present compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
Companies that fail to integrate social responsibility into the core of their business miss the opportunities to build organizations with high performance and resilient employees.
Human capital/culture is the fourth pillar of sustainable development since November 17, 2010 when a document is adopted calling on cities and local and regional governments around the world to (a) develop cultural policy and include the cultural dimension in all public policies b) the role of employees/human beings as creators and innovators.
All the problems arise on the fundamental balance of Nature. Once this balance is upset, it is very difficult to remedy it in a reasonable period of time, even if nature often takes back its rights when the effects are repairable.
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I would like to know innovative topics in research that addresses the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. How are companies around the world adapting to meet the 2030 Agenda goals? Can you suggest gaps and papers?
Thank you so much for your input in advance.
The idea of a tree belt in Africa may be fine and helpy, but it is also realistic when then land is missing for nourishing the people? In the Kagera district I saw in reality daily GREEN (!) trees cutting people carrying with bicycles from thinning forests only to make for cooking with open fire with green tree stems extremely energy lossy breakfast, lunch or dinner for their families.
I saw the full tree covered Rubondo National Park in Tanzanias Victoria sea, but here where nature is tree covered, no people would find enough human food. But reforestation of cleared areas I find always a good and sustainable practice. If you fly over Tanzania most land is deforested for crops for food production.
Are not models saying that tropical ecosystems will store less carbon in a warmer climate while at high latitudes warming will increase storage of carbon in trees (10.1016/B978-0-12-382225-3.00095-5) ?
So what helps more to help people?
Or people should not be helped and more delivered to their destiny as nature itself does regulation overpopulation and undergoing in a Social Darwinism kind?
I am particularly interested in journal articles or books that explore the implications of defining the environment in particular ways. This can range from evoking the concepts of discourse or framing as well as manuscripts that simply assume a particular environmental lens (e.g., political ecology, sustainable development, environmental justice, nature-based solutions, etc.). However, it should be clear in the manuscript that the environmental parameters have implications for the outcomes.
I would like to work on Environmental Education as a general topic for my thesis, specifically how it is integrated into the language curriculum.
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Should the dimension and scope of ecological knowledge in contemporary education and schooling systems be increased in the context of the growing problems of the modern world?
Contemporary XXI century is, among other things, the age of national and globally recognized growing problems regarding environmental protection, ecology, protection of ecosystems and species of various life threatened by extinction, growing risk of climatic cataclysms associated with the progressing greenhouse effect on Earth, exhausting some categories of resources necessary for development modern industries, the need for energy transformation, conversion of classic sources of energy based on minerals to renewable, ecological energy sources. In view of the above, the question becomes more and more relevant: Should the dimension and scope of ecological knowledge in contemporary education and schooling systems be increased in the context of the growing problems of the modern world?
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What kind of scientific research dominate in the field of: Sustainable development of a pro-ecological new economy?
What do you think is an important topic for discussion?
In my opinion, important questions concern the need to develop ecological and energy innovations that in the 21st century, economies should achieve sustainable development taking into account the dwindling resources and the development of civilizations and the negative effects of this development on the natural environment.
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The problem of effective waste segregation and management of waste management is particularly important in many developed and developing countries.
The topic is important because it largely concerns the issues of ecology, environmental protection and the possibility of implementation into national economies of sustainable development according to the concept of a new, green economy.
In my opinion, the answer to this question is particularly important in the context of the following issues:
- improving the process of effective waste segregation,
- recovery from waste of secondary raw materials that may be recycled and produce new products on their basis,
- ecologically safe removal and neutralization of harmful, toxic waste,
- environmental protection and reclamation of a devastated environment, eg in garbage dumps, mine waste dumps and industrial waste dumps,
- biological treatment of water, including rivers, lakes and reduction of garbage and waste discharged into the seas and oceans,
- development of renewable energy sources and energy based on safe incineration of waste that will not be subject to secondary recycling,
- production of biocompost from food waste for use in the process of soil fertilization,
- application of technological advances, auto-tinting and robotization of the waste segregation process,
I believe that it is necessary to apply appropriate waste management techniques due to the need to develop a new green economy, ie to implement the principles of sustainable development. It is necessary to minimize and limit the negative effects of climate change, generated by the progressive greenhouse effect of the Earth, which is rapidly accelerating global warming.
Improvement of waste management techniques should be implemented through the increase of automation, computerization and robotization in the field of planning and logistics of this process.
In view of the above, I am asking you: How to improve the waste segregation system?
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The forceful evacuation of forest dwellers by the forest officials due to the ordered of country's apex judicial system for environmental protection.
A study of 212 companies listed under the Dhaka Stock Exchange of Bangladesh found that effective implementation of Green Accounting has significantly improved the sustainable development potential of deadly polluting companies. There is a significant positive relationship between the quality of social responsibility data disclosure and the sustainable development potential of heavily polluting companies.
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The free market based on selfish individual interests, a premise of liberalism since Smith, aims for profits. If producing something through pollution, deforestation, among other social and environmental consequences is more profitable because it has lower costs, then it will be so. Any social regulation in this process, for example by States, or any behavioral change goes against individual selfish interests. In this sense, we can assume that there will only be something towards sustainable development when problems such as climate change affect the production process itself, that is, if the cost of doing nothing is greater than the cost of new technologies, for example ?
How the tourism industry could effectively manage technology and Innovation in order to develop sustainable business during the Covid-19 pandemic in Qatar.
An enhanced framework or a new method to manage the technology in order to develop sustainable business in the tourism industrial business in Qatar.
A major function of planning education is to achieve rapid social development at a minimum cost. A situation where planning education using whatever process, methods and technologies has failed to achieve positive results call for a critical re-examination of current planning practices in the south-south of Nigeria. The besetting problem with planning education in the south-south of Nigeria seems to be the fact that education planners and school administrators involved in the planning process are nonchalant about effective use of data, experts, professionals and work as a team towards result oriented plan for sustainable development of the education system.
I know that education reduces deforestation by increasing the popularity of more productive agricultural techniques. But, does the knowledge about the benefits of preservation (example: reduction of carbon gas emission) also impact negatively the deforestation?
It was in 2015, when 193 countries agreed on 17 common Goals to achieve up to 2030. Three years after the Goals are still measured by outdated aggregated data from National statistics offices.
So we decided to starting a worldwide survey, the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Monitor to assessing the impact of each of the 17 Goals on each country:
So we await your kind score on the impact of the SDGs on your country.
Based on the empirical data of heavily polluting companies in Bangladesh from 2010 to 2019, this paper conducts an empirical analysis of the application effect of green accounting in the sustainable development of heavily polluting companies. Among 212 listed companies under Dhaka Stock Exchange, the study discovered that the effective implementation of green accounting has significantly improved the sustainable development capabilities of heavily polluting companies; there is a significant positive correlation between the quality of social responsibility information disclosure and the sustainable development capabilities of heavily polluting companies; the quality of social responsibility information disclosure can be positively adjusted the relationship between the implementation of green accounting and the sustainable development capabilities of heavily polluting companies.
What about your country? Wish to hear. Thanks in advance!
One of the main bottlenecks for reorienting business cases by incumbent organizations is the possible (and probable) reduction of profits and thus value for shareholders.
Are there any papers how incumbent firms successfully deal with shareholders (initially) opposing their business reorientation towards long term sustainable development?
I am developing sustainable construction management framework for reducing adverse environmental impacts of construction industry. I have the building blocks but finding it difficult to integrate them to form a framework. I'll be really grateful to have a conversation about it with you.
Looking forward to hear from you.
I'm working on international sustainable social media-based entrepreneurship.
So I would be grateful if somebody who worked/is working on this research topic gave me some information or HINT.