Central European Journal of Geography and Sustainable Development (CEJGSD) is an international, cross-disciplinary, scholarly, peer-reviewed and open access journal in the field of geography and the wider geosciences. 

CEJGSD publishes high-quality research aimed at shaping academic and public debates on societal and environmental issues. These include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Physio-geographical elements and their interaction
  • Geomorphology
  • Natural hazards
  • Climate changes and their impact
  • Hydrology
  • Oceanography
  • Soil science
  • Landscape ecology and environmental construction
  • Characters and management of geoheritage
  • Geodiversity and geosites
  • Human geography
  • Economic and social geography
  • Urban and rural geography
  • Urban and regional planning
  • Eco-urbanism
  • Land use and rural sustainability
  • Natural resource management
  • Energy and sustainable development
  • Geography and tourism economy
  • New types and forms of tourism
  • Geoheritage, geotourism and geoparks
  • Geotourism spatial planning
  • Sustainable geotourism management
  • Geographic Information System (GIS) and their applications in geographical research
  • Environmental impact assessment 
  • Strategic environmental assessment
  • Environmental and sustainability indicators
  • Sustainability assessment
  • Environmental economic appraisal
  • Environmental education and training
  • Historical geography.

Central European Journal of Geography and Sustainable Development publishes original research articles and review articles from all fields of geography and related disciplines, and provides a forum for discussing new aspects of theory, methods, issues, and research findings. The journal encourages wider analysis and innovative thinking about global and regional sustainability by bridging and synthesising natural and human sciences.

Papers are welcomed on any theme involving the application of geographical theory and methodology in the resolution of human, societal and environmental problems and also problems connected with natural-humans interrelations in the Central European region and beyond. 

With efficient and rigorous peer-review, and typically rapid path to publication, articles in Central European Journal of Geography and Sustainable Development advance new concepts, intervene in current debates, and/or encourage readers to rethink social, environmental, economic and political issues through analysis of new evidence. 

The journal emphasizes accessible, high-quality writing that communicates clearly to a wide-ranging audience across academic, educational, policy and general interest communities.

The Publishing Policy of the journal is orientated at improvement of its scientific and international recognition, increase in the citation index, inclusion in the main international scientometric databases, which would contribute to the integration of the journal into the world scientific and information space.