About the Journal

The  Journal of Law and Sustainable Development, indexed journal in SCOPUS and Q2 Scimago, serves as a dynamic forum for understanding and advancing the scientific consensus in the law field. Also, the sustainable development goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development are considered by the journal. This open access journal is edited by Publisher Open Access Publications LLC in partnership with FACMED - Faculty of Medical and Law Sciences (Brazil).

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are specific research areas that are helping solve real-world problems. They are part of a plan to end poverty, protect the planet, and improve the lives and prospects of everyone by 2030. The 15-year plan has 17 goals with 169 targets aimed at stimulating action in areas of critical importance to humanity and the environment.

It is more indispensable and urgent than ever to achieve the 2030 global Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by United Nations and to re-build a more sustainable and inclusive socio-economic system for human societies on both the local and global scales. While all the human activities including businesses must deal with social challenges and problems we face today in a post-COVID-19 world, in order to ensure such human activities more accessible to all people, finance is one of the key factors in socio-economic system to work towards the SDGs.

Possible paper topics include but are not limited to:

- Comparative law;

- International law;

- Human rights and law;

- Policy and theory of law;

- Environmental law;

- Education law;

- Social business;

- Social entrepreneurship;

- Green bonds;

- Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG);

- Socially Responsible Investing (SRI);

- Impact investing; impact evaluation, crowdfunding;

- Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); venture capital, business angels; information technology service (ITS); sustainable consumption and production; low carbon energy; climate change;

- Other areas related to sustainable development.

 e-issn: 2764-4170 (version English) | Year of creation: 2013 | Area of knowledge: Multidisciplinary

Current Issue

Vol. 11 No. 1 (2023): Continuous publication


Published: 2023-01-18


  • The Dynamic Capabilities of Cleantechs and Eco-Innovation in the Use of Green Fiscal Public Policies

    Matheus Eurico Soares de Noronha, Juliano Barros Neves Martins, André Takeci Iamamoto, Priscilla Bidin da Silva, Rosemeire de Souza Vieira Silva
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.248
  • Sustainable development of the construction industry through the rational utilization of autonomous heat supply sources based on climate zoning

    Kristina Filyushina, Natalia Gusakova, Yuri Bakrunov, Elena Dyadkova
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.263
  • A machine learning based approach to identify key drivers for improving corporate’s esg ratings

    Dwijendra Dwivedi, Saurabh Batra, Yogesh Kumar Pathak
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.242
  • Enhancing Investment Attractiveness through ESG Ratings: A Sustainable Development Perspective in the Banking, Electric Utilities and IPP Industries

    Dmitrii Kachalov, Yulia Finogenova
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.258
  • Legal frameworks for national projects: standardized audit as a factor in achieving sdgs

    Elena Fedchenko, Lyubov Gusarova, Anastasia Lysenko, Lubov Chaykovskaya, Inna Vankovich
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.259
  • Legal approaches to combating massacres in russia

    Grigory Chechel, Elena Artamonova, Maria Tretyak, Sergei Gontar
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.260
  • Reflections on the regulations of euthanasia, the right to life amd dignity: the Ana Estrada case, Peru

    Natali Juliana Pulido Del Pino, Rosmery Catherine Chero Vergaray, Nikol Arias Soto, Victor Manuel Pulido Capurro
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.251
  • Different meanings of "constitutional change" and the Sendero Luminoso's "reformist" pretension

    Oscar Sumar, Jesus Adolfo Modesto Ortiz
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.261
  • Legal Regulation in The Field of Territorial Planning and Urban Zoning: Main Problems and Ways to Solve Them

    Victor Mayboroda, Pavel Spirin
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.254
  • Increasing the competence of future economists to improve the effectiveness of training in the context of achieving the principles of sustainable development

    Vasiliy Popov
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.277
  • Green economy and esg in russia: project evaluation criteria, risk analysis and management methods

    Ivan Tolkachev, Alexander Kotov, Natalia Chelukhina, Elmira Asyaeva, Denis Perepelitsa
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.265
  • Creation of programs for sustainable administration of low-rise housing construction programs in remote areas with special climatic conditions

    Natalia Gusakova, Alexander Gusakov, Yulia Prokhorova, Irina Karakozova
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.264
  • Innovative potential and problems of sustainable development of the sphere of circulation in the russian federation

    Ibragim Ramazanov, Svetlana Panasenko, Alla Stolyarova, Elena Mayorova, Alexander Nikishin, Tatyana Pankina
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.266
  • Development of competence in the sphere of information security to achieve sustainable development

    Vladimir Biryukov, Elena Nemtchinova, Tatyana Pavlova, Ashot Kagosyan, Tatyana Avdeeva
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.267
  • Opportunities of green lending to finance environmental projects to achieve the principles of sustainable development

    Nadezhda Belova, Elena Posadneva, Julia Plaksa, Andrey Tesalovsky, Elena Volkodavova
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.268
  • Job satisfaction of public workers in northern peru during the covid-19 pandemic

    Ghenkis A. Ezcurra-Zavaleta, Antonio A. Ruiz-Montealegre, Miguel A. Saavedra-López, Xiomara M. Calle-Ramírez, Ronald M. Hernandez
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.269
  • What do we understand by Islamic “fundamentalism”? A review based on our hermeneutical limits and the sense of history in terms of the juridical-political legacy of such a creed.

    Julio Francisco Villarreal, Flaminia Maietti, Jaime Araujo Frías, Facundo Rodriguez
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.270
  • E-government as a tool for communication with young people: legal aspects

    Andrey Akimov, Ksenia Kadysheva
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.272
  • Development of inclusive tourism as a means of achieving sustainable development

    Marina Strelnikova, Raisa Ivanova, Olga Skrobotova, Irina Polyakova, Nataliya Shelopugina
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.273
  • Impact of human resource management on improving the innovation potential of an enterprise to achieve the principles of sustainable development

    Nadezhda Klimovskikh , Vladimir Sekerin, Sergey Makushkin, Alla Kuzmicheva, Mikhail Leontev, Evgeniy Kochetkov
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.274
  • Carbon landfills as a new step towards achieving carbon neutrality of russian regions in the context of esg transformation

    Irina Komarova, Nataliya Bondarenko, Ksenia Baibikova
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.275
  • Developing the Esg Rating Methodology for Russian Companies

    Dmitry Anikin, Yulia Finogenova, Kristina Subbota, Aleksandra Ermakova
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.308
  • Business Responses Towards Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development Goals During Covid-19 Pandemic

    Geetika Madaan, Maninder Kaur, Kavitha R Gowda, Rashmi Gujrati, Hayri Uygun
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37497/sdgs.v11i1.309
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