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About This Journal

Journal of Sustainability and Resilience is published bi-annually by the Sustainability and Resilience Institute (SRI) of New Zealand. The journal debates current issues related to sustainability and resilience concerning changing global shocks and trends and their impact on communities and businesses. The Journal of Sustainability and Resilience aims to develop a theory and practice with a particular focus on marketing and tourism, and always in the framework of the UNDP’s Sustainable Development Goals and to build a permanent bridge and dialogue between academics and practitioners. Journal of Sustainability and Resilience is a multidisciplinary, online open-access biannual peer-reviewed journal. Journal of Sustainability and Resilience charges neither authors nor readers.

Author Guidelines:

Journal of Sustainability and Resilience publishes papers in the form of Research Notes of maximum 1,500 words (including references). A short abstract of up to 100 words and up to 6 keywords must be included. The journal encourages the incorporation of visual materials. Manuscripts should be written using single-spaced, Times New Roman font and size 12, and manuscript pages should be numbered. References must be cited using APA format. All papers must outline why ‘academia’ and ‘industry’ should look at each other as part of the implications of the paper. Journal of Sustainability and Resilience accepts two types of papers:

From academia:

These are both conceptual and empirical papers and must include up to 10 references.

From the industry:

These are both examples of best practices and perspective papers and must include an introductory background of the study case.

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SRI Philosophy:

Sustainability and Resilience Institute (SRI) of New Zealand started the journey in the middle of a global pandemic (COVID-19) with a mission to lend a helping hand to businesses and communities to succeed in the time of extreme uncertainty. SRI strives to make communities and businesses sustainable and resilient, in the face of evolving global trends and shocks. SRI is a social enterprise think tank/consultancy and digital native firm that provides research and marketing services for the public and private sectors. SRI strives to make communities and businesses sustainable and resilient, in the face of evolving global trends and shocks..

SRI work is based on two beliefs: That resilience is vital to achieve long-term sustainability, and that changes that allow a positive impact for the future can only happen if they derive from the community – from the people and businesses that shape it. That is why we care deeply about the well-being of communities and their organisations, and always strive to ensure collective community resilience.

It is evident that global, national, regional, and local events and policies shape and transform individuals, communities, and businesses, both in the short- and in the long run. In the face of changing trends, organisations have to make critical decisions to ensure long-lasting success which can be a challenging and crucial test of the business’ creativity and innovation. At the Sustainability and Resilience Institute New Zealand, we admire these challenges, and in collaboration with you, we turn challenges into opportunities.

Our consulting model revolves around individual passion, belief, vision and pure perseverance which, we believe, are the essential tools to thrive in difficult times. We have faith in the values that shape our work and we love what we do. The people in our team share one vision and are each specialists in their own field. Together, we are passionate about supporting you in providing individual solutions and help you influence and increase your local, regional, national, and global reach.

To achieve these objectives, the Sustainability and Resilience Institute of New Zealand has started a journey to create awareness about the importance of sustainability and resilience through the Journal of Sustainability and Resilience (ISSN:2744-3620).