CfP: Urban Processes, Water Dynamics & Climate Change. ZARCH

Call for Papers: Urban Processes, Water Dynamics & Climate Change. ZARCH

ZARCH. Journal of interdisciplinary studies in Architecture and Urbanism is currently accepting the submission of articles for a new issue entitled “Urban Processes, Water Dynamics & Climate Change”.
The issue will create a space to rethink urban processes to respond to the new water dynamics in the context of the current triple crisis of climate change, environmental pollution, and social inequity. The issue is complex and requires crossing fields of knowledge as a means to provide global and holistic long and short-term strategies to contemporary challenges. This space of reflection is organized in four scales, S, M, L, XL, and the themes bridge architecture, urbanism, engineering, and landscape architecture with other disciplines in the humanities, the economy, urban geography, public health, political and social sciences.
For further reading, please check this link.
The submission deadline is due on 1 June 2020, and it will be published in December 2020. You may send your manuscript now or up until the deadline. ZARCH is committed to guaranteeing the ethics and quality of its published papers and follows an external blind Peer Review process as described on this website.
ZARCH provides immediate open access (without embargo period and unlimited and free access by readers) to its content, at no cost or prior registration online, which will increase publicity and promotes more frequent citations, as indicated by several studies.
For further details on the submission process, please see the instructions for authors at the journal website.

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