Sustainable Solutions Publishers

Sustainable Solutions Publishers are making a huge difference in the world to help the environment and improve the lives of people around the world. The important information and findings by scientists, researchers, and the media are being communicated by the organizations below and we are grateful for their attention. As our challenges increase around climate change, water challenges, chemical pollution, and dwindling traditional energy sources, we appreciate the education and paths offered by such publications. We hope to share with you the latest developments regarding scientific advancements in the world of sustainable solutions. We’ll examine it from a technological and humanitarian point of view.

Nature Weekly Journal of Science is a part of Nature Publishing Group. Nature has provided the descriptions below about Publishers they are partners with including AGORA, HINARI, INASP, OARE, CrossRef, COUNTER, ORCID, The InChI Trust and COPE.  

The AGORA program, set up by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) together with major publishers, enables developing countries to gain access to an outstanding digital library collection in the fields of food, agriculture, environmental science and related social sciences. AGORA provides a collection of 845 journals to institutions in 113 countries.
The HINARI program, set up by WHO together with major publishers, enables developing countries to gain access to one of the world’s largest collections of biomedical and health literature.


Founded in 1992, INASP is an international development organization working with a global network of partners in Africa, Latin America and Asia. In line with the vision of research and knowledge at the heart of development, INASP works to support individuals and institutions to produce, share and use research and knowledge, which can transform lives. Their approaches are based on the core pillars of capacity development, convening, influencing and working in partnership. INASP has projects in 28 countries, supporting all aspects of research and knowledge systems, from facilitating the provision of information to researchers to helping parliamentarians and civil servants to use research and evidence in policymaking.

CrossRef is an independent membership association, founded and directed by publishers. CrossRef’s mandate is to connect users to primary research content, by enabling publishers to do collectively what they can’t do individually.
The use of online information resources is growing rapidly. It is widely agreed by producers and purchasers of information that the use of these resources should be measured in a more consistent way. Librarians want to understand better how the information they buy from a variety of sources is being used; publishers want to know how the information products they disseminate are being accessed. An essential requirement to meet these objectives is an agreed international set of standards and protocols governing the recording and exchange of online usage data. The COUNTER Codes of Practice provide these standards and protocols and are published in full on this website.
Online Access to Research in the Environment (OARE), an international public-private consortium coordinated by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Yale University, and leading science and technology publishers, enables developing countries to gain access to one of the world’s largest collections of environmental science research.
The InChI Trust
The InChI Trust develops and supports the non-proprietary IUPAC InChI (International Chemical Identifier) standard and promotes its uses to the scientific community. The Trust’s goal is to enable the interlinking and combining of chemical, biological and related information, using unique machine-readable chemical structure representations to facilitate and expedite new scientific discoveries.
Committee on Publication Ethics
The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), a charity registered in the UK, is concerned with the integrity of peer-reviewed scholarly publications. It was established in 1997 and meets in London but has over 5200 members from all continents. Its membership is composed mostly of Editors-in-Chief of journals, with publishers like Nature Publishing Group signing up their entire catalogue of journal titles as COPE members.
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‘Connecting Research and Researchers’. ORCID aims to solve the author/contributor name ambiguity problem in scholarly communications by creating a central registry of unique identifiers for individual researchers and an open and transparent linking mechanism between ORCID and other current author ID schemes.

Other Organizations involved with Sustainable Solutions Publishers via monitoring and counting include: