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Call for Research

Open Research

Call for contribution to open-source publication of research:

Read Research Guidelines.
This Open Research is divided into three chapters. Each chapter has chapter-specific guidelines.

Chapter A: Describe strategies on how to fuse a state’s subsistence interests, such as energy, food, and water security, into a global governance model in the third decade of the 21st century.

Chapter guidelines:

  1. Discuss in the context of over-aching governance burdens and the ongoing geo-political conflicts over the planet's natural resources.

  2. Discuss in the context of global and regional value chains of energy and food commodities.

  3. Include both quantitative and qualitative characteristics in this research in the context of:

    3.1 International law,

    Discuss at least one (1) case finding concerning international laws and maritime rules adopted for removing microplastics in oceans to contain damages to coral reefs.

    3.2 Role of international agencies,

    IAEA, IEA, World Bank, local food agencies, Water and Sanitation departments, and global social development sector organizations.

Chapter B: Describe the characteristics of socio-economic measures and frameworks to offset or contain carbon emissions.

Describe research in the context of differentiating characteristics concerning

b1. Carbon Credits,

b2. Carbon Taxes,

b3. Green Premium (a term recently coined),

b4.Import and Export Credits/Incentives Schemes/Trade embargoes on fossil fuels.

Chapter guideline:

Highlight major challenges inheriting positive characteristics of these socio-economic measures from regional value chains to global value chains and vice versa

Chapter C: Include and present case findings for promising Climate Technologies with the following keyword criteria:

c1: Organic farming,

c2: Forestry,

c3: Fossil fuel dependence,

c4: Rare Earth metal mining:

Case studies should include rare resources used for space exploration, vaccines, or semiconductors.

Chapter guidelines:

  1. Please list at least one case study from each keyword.

  2. Explain the design principles of the climate technology in the case study.

  3. Explain the promise behind the technology. Discuss an analytical overview of the technology's effect on reducing emissions and ongoing stages for the adoption of use cases of the technology. Draw parallels between:

3.1 The price fluctuations of GVC end products and

3.2 Induction of a specific climate technology in the GVC.

GVC (Global value chain)

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