General Editorial Observations
Reading this suggests a couple of general points that we might consider about article style and format: 1. I think these articles will work better if focused on their topic and without generic background: e.g. "Since the first definition of ‘sustainable development’ in the Bruntland report i.e. “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs (…).” (p.41) , different scientific research fields and disciplines have become concerned with understanding sustainability. Sustainability is a crosscutting concept with ecological, sociological, technological, political and economic dimensions." would be a useful introductory sentence in an essay or paper on ST, but feels redundant here.
- Bruntland and World Commission on Environment and Development, 1987