Starting with 2018, Central European Journal of Geography and Sustainable Development (CEJGSD) publishes relevant academic research papers in geography, sustainable development and other related areas. We consider that our journal brings not only an original but also an important contribution both to the knowledge and the development of geography, perceived as the main field of study that observes and examines the global interaction between nature and society. An important objective is to promote academic and applied scientific research based on interdisciplinarity, with a complex local and global approach.
Central European Journal of Geography and Sustainable Development (CEJGSD) has a reputable international editorial board comprising experts from Italy, Poland, Slovakia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Israel, Russian Federation, Turkey.
Our goal is to develop and promote knowledge, enriched with practical applications, to highlight the challenges that our society and environment are facing, to bring various scientific projections and impact assessments of the global change and development to the foreground.
In view of the above and in order to increase our international visibility, a website of the publication was created in 2018 (https://cejgsd.org/), providing information on: the areas of interest, the structure of the editorial team and the editorial board, useful information for authors and reviewers, identification and contact details, journal archive (free access).
The journal is characterized by a rigorous process of reviewing articles submitted for publication, a process conducted by a scientific committee that includes personalities from many relevant institutions in the country and from abroad. All articles are published in English and undergo a double-blind peer-review process.
In the following years our purpose is to preserve the high quality research standards, to raise the awareness on the importance of the journal’s international visibility, to collaborate with foreign institutions and universities, and to publish an increasing number of papers written by foreign authors.