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We are thankful to Anglia Ruskin University, UK for sponsoring a colloquium entitled:  "Decarbonisation" for our 2023 conference in Madrid.

For a list of our forthcoming events see: SRRNet Conferences page

The role of plastic in society has come under intense scrutiny in recent times. Mostly the conclusions have been detrimental to plastic and its role in achieving sustainability. Our latest book discusses this and the use of plastic in a socially responsible manner. A great read for those thinking about this subject. Don't forget that we have more books to be published imminently so watch for notifications. And contact us at if you wish to contribute to future volumes.


Call for Papers - SRRNet April 2024 conference 


Following the success of our recent ventures we have decided that next year (2024) we will host an additional conference in the spring. It is a long time since we have visited the Americas so we have agreed to hold a conference in April 2024 in the historic city of Quito, Ecuador. This will be hosted by our colleagues at Universidad Estatal de Milagro and promises to be an enthralling occasion, as always. The call for papers is attached and we look forward to meeting colleagues and friends - old and new - in April.


We have already announced our new program in which we will be addressing sustainability in all its ramifications. This will be different to a mere conference as we believe that combining theoretical developments with practical experience leads to more robust innovation. Accordingly our first event in the series will be held in Brussels in October in collaboration with Francisco Ferrer University College and hosted by Brussels City Council. Full details can be found at and we look forward to you joining us for this event.

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I am pleased to announce that due to the continuing success of Social Responsibility Journal ( )

we will now be publishing 10 issues every year, each containing 10 papers.

Thank you for your past contributions and we look forward to receiving future contributions to show the contiinuing devlopment of our ideas and understanding.

Here at SRRNet we are always interested in new ways to develop our ideas. So in collaboration with our colleagues from Haute Ecole Francisco Ferrer we are introducing a new activity:

Sustainability in Action

This will be a dynamic workshop focusing not just upon the theory of sustainability and its associated accountability but also upon the practical effects in the real world. So this workshop will be partly based around presentation but also around site visits and a subsequent discussion of the implications.

This will take place in Brussels from 25-27 October and we look forward to you joining us in this exciting new venture.

Here is the Call for Papers:

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We are pleased that our first book in the book series: Science, Technology and Sustainability, by World Scientific is now published and can be viewed at:

Congratulations to the authors.


SRRNet congratulates to our Literati award winners:

Outstanding Reviewers

Social Responsibility Journal:

Caner Dincer

Priyanka Aggarwal

Jose Ramos Pires Ramos Pires Manso

Technological Sustainability:

Kristijan Krkač

Onyeka Osuji

Genoveva Espinoza-Santeli


SRRNet congratulates to our Literati award winner:

Outstanding Paper:

Social Responsibility Journal:

The anatomy of circular economy transition in the fashion industry

Sita Mishra, Sheetal Jain, Gunjan Malhotra


Another achievement for SRJ


We are pleased to announce that Social Responsibility Journal has achieved Q1 status in the Scopus Scimago ratings. Further evidence of our increasing stature.

Thanks to everyone involved.


The world is facing a severe crisis at the moment and it is only the unity of people which will prevent this. When this is passed then there is still the matter of climate change and the UN have declared that some effects cannot be prevented.

Our role at SRRNet is to work towards global understanding and sharing and to seek to mitigate effects from these crises. We will continue to do so - so please join with us in continuing these aims.

Watch for further announcements of forthcoming projects.

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