DRC Sustainable Future: Journal of Environment, Agriculture, and Energy

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Current Publisher: Dama Research Center Limited (10.37281)
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Mihály Bodó
DRC Sustainable Future: Journal of Environment, Agriculture, and Energy pp 94-110; doi:10.37281/1.2.3

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DRC Sustainable Future: Journal of Environment, Agriculture, and Energy pp 94-102; doi:10.37281/drcsf/1.2.2

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DRC Sustainable Future: Journal of Environment, Agriculture, and Energy; doi:10.37281/drcsf/1.1.editorial

Thapelo Shomana, Daniel Botha, Paul Şerban Agachi
DRC Sustainable Future: Journal of Environment, Agriculture, and Energy pp 66-72; doi:10.37281/drcsf/1.1.9

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Máté Szarka
DRC Sustainable Future: Journal of Environment, Agriculture, and Energy pp 60-65; doi:10.37281/drcsf/1.1.8

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Jesus R. Melendez, Alberto Peñalver, Paola Pincay Figueroa, Nelly L. Pulgar, Mayra Cayos
DRC Sustainable Future: Journal of Environment, Agriculture, and Energy pp 48-53; doi:10.37281/drcsf/1.1.6

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DRC Sustainable Future: Journal of Environment, Agriculture, and Energy pp 54-59; doi:10.37281/drcsf/1.1.7

Abstract:
Although the current situation poses challenges to foretelling the future consequences of coronavirus spread, we consider that environmental load-related research has become more important than ever before. Many experts believe that in the framework of increasingly dire public health emergency, policy and decision makers should facilitate COVID-19 outbreak to transitioning to sustainable consumption and production. With the purpose of evaluating the importance of sustainability efforts, here we describe the total suspended particulates (TSP), originating from traffic emissions, caused by air pollution in the three most populous cities of Ecuador. Compared are measurements taken prior to, during, and after (i) traffic measures entered into force at national level; (ii) curfew entered into force at national level; and (iii) quarantine entered into force (in Guayaquil, and whole Guayas province). We documented significant decrease in TSP emissions (PM2.5 and PM10) as compared to normal traffic proceeding in four-lane roads, in the cities of Quito, Guayaquil, and Cuenca. The most substantial drop in suspended particulate values (96.47% decrease in PM2.5) relative to emissions observed prior to restricting traffic occurred in Cuenca.
Adrian Patrut, Roxana T. Patrut, Laszlo Rakosy, Karl F. Von Reden
DRC Sustainable Future: Journal of Environment, Agriculture, and Energy pp 33-47; doi:10.37281/drcsf/1.1.5

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Sasmita Baral, Dhiraj Kumar Nanda
DRC Sustainable Future: Journal of Environment, Agriculture, and Energy pp 23-32; doi:10.37281/drcsf/1.1.4

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Zsolt Sándor
DRC Sustainable Future: Journal of Environment, Agriculture, and Energy pp 21-22; doi:10.37281/drcsf/1.1.31

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