Sustainable Development

(The H4-Index of Sustainable Development is 56. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Do renewable energy consumption and financial development matter for environmental sustainability? New global evidence308
The mitigating effects of economic complexity and renewable energy on carbon emissions in developed countries285
Environmental cost of natural resources utilization and economic growth: Can China shift some burden through globalization for sustainable development?274
Investigate the role of technology innovation and renewable energy in reducing transport sector CO2 emission in China: A path toward sustainable development233
Does financial inclusion limit carbon dioxide emissions? Analyzing the role of globalization and renewable electricity output228
The impact of technological innovation and public‐private partnership investment on sustainable environment in China: Consumption‐based carbon emissions analysis215
Sustainable tourism development and competitiveness: The systematic literature review210
Economic growth, renewable energy consumption, and ecological footprint: Exploring the role of environmental regulations and democracy in sustainable development169
Asymmetric role of tourism development and technology innovation on carbon dioxide emission reduction in the Chinese economy: Fresh insights from QARDL approach169
Nexus between green technology innovation, green financing, and CO2 emissions in the G7 countries: The moderating role of social globalisation152
Relationship between energy intensity and CO2 emissions: Does economic policy matter?151
Does fiscal decentralization and eco‐innovation promote sustainable environment? A case study of selected fiscally decentralized countries149
The role of natural resources abundance and dependence in achieving environmental sustainability: Evidence from resource‐based economies136
Natural resources abundance, economic globalization, and carbon emissions: Advancing sustainable development agenda131
The dynamic linkage between remittances, export diversification, education, renewable energy consumption, economic growth, and CO2 emissions in top remittance‐receiving countries130
Spillover and dynamic effects of energy transition and economic growth on carbon dioxide emissions for the European Union: A dynamic spatial panel model128
International trade and environmental performance in top ten‐emitters countries: The role of eco‐innovation and renewable energy consumption127
Theoretical Framework for the Carbon Emissions Effects of Technological Progress and Renewable Energy Consumption123
European environment policy for the circular economy: Implications for business and industry stakeholders111
Influence of growth and urbanization on CO2 emissions: The moderating effect of foreign direct investment on energy use in BRICS108
A conceptual framework for barriers of circular supply chains for sustainability in the textile industry100
A new approach to environmental sustainability: Assessing the impact of monetary policy on CO2 emissions in Asian economies100
Interactions among Sustainable Development Goals: Knowledge for identifying multipliers and virtuous cycles98
Cherry‐picking the Sustainable Development Goals: Goal prioritization by national governments and implications for global governance91
Composite fiscal decentralisation and green innovation: Imperative strategy for institutional reforms and sustainable development in OECD countries91
CO2 emissions and sustainable economic development: New evidence on the role of human capital87
An assessment of the environmental sustainability corridor: Investigating the non‐linear effects of environmental taxation on CO2 emissions87
Do green innovation and financial globalization contribute to the ecological sustainability and energy transition in the United Kingdom? Policy insights from a bootstrap rolling window approach83
Challenges for sustainable smart city development: A conceptual framework83
The linkages among natural resources, renewable energy consumption, and environmental quality: A path toward sustainable development82
Sustainable development goal interactions: An analysis based on the five pillars of the 2030 agenda81
Linking institutional quality to environmental sustainability78
What abates carbon emissions in China: Examining the impact of renewable energy and green investment77
Sustainable development: The colors of sustainable leadership in learning organization77
Adoption of renewable energy sources, low‐carbon initiatives, and advanced logistical infrastructure—an step toward integrated global progress74
Variations in sustainable development goal interactions: Population, regional, and income disaggregation72
Revisiting the empirical relationship among the main targets of sustainable development: Growth, education, health and carbon emissions70
Consumer green behaviour: An approach towards environmental sustainability69
Investigating the nexus between energy, economic growth, and environmental quality: A road map for the sustainable development69
Internal corporate governance strength as a mechanism for achieving sustainable development goals67
Strategic attributions of corporate social responsibility and environmental management: The business case for doing well by doing good!67
Green innovation and ecological footprint relationship for a sustainable development: Evidence from top 20 green innovator countries67
Towards sustainable development: How does technological innovation drive the increase in green total factor productivity?66
The renewable energy and economic growth nexus in European countries63
A green path towards sustainable development: Optimal behavior of the duopoly game model with carbon neutrality instruments62
Agricultural sustainability assessment framework integrating sustainable development goals and interlinked priorities of environmental, climate and agriculture policies59
A multi‐criteria sustainable supplier selection framework based on neutrosophic fuzzy data and entropy weighting59
A system thinking approach for harmonizing smart and sustainable city initiatives with United Nations sustainable development goals59
Moving towards sustainable environmental development for BRICS: Investigating the asymmetric effect of natural resources on CO258
Energy transition and environmental quality prospects in leading emerging economies: The role of environmental‐related technological innovation58
Conceptualizing community resilience and the social dimensions of risk to overcome barriers to disaster risk reduction and sustainable development58
How do higher education institutions promote sustainable development? A literature review58
Impact of green manufacturing on consumer ecological behavior: Stakeholder engagement through green production and innovation58
Sustainable development and financial system: IntegratingESGrisks through sustainable investment strategies in a climate change context57
Path to sustainable development: Does digital economy matter in manufacturing green total factor productivity?56
Domestic material consumption and greenhouse gas emissions in the EU‐28 countries: Implications for environmental sustainability targets56