GT2024 full paper submission
GT2024 full paper submission 06/06/2024

Instructions for Authors (Full-text paper submission)

Requirements for Papers

  1. All authors should prepare full versions of papers in Microsoft Word (DOCX). Papers must be limited to six pages, including text, references, tables, and figures.
  2. The paper should follow the GT2024 full-text paper template - Download
  3. One author should not submit more than two articles to the conference. This includes papers that they have co-authored.
All papers must be in the scope of the conference:
  • Policies and experiences on green transformation  ​​​​​​
  • Green transformation in the digital transformation context
  • Emission reduction and energy transition
  • Disasters, environment, and climate change
  • Green economy and circular economy
  • Eco-Friendly Materials and Low Carbon Technologies
  • Agro-ecology and Sustainable Food System
  • Culture, education, and communication on green transformation
Guidelines for Authors
Please follow the below essential guidelines when preparing your paper

Paper format
  • Text is single-spaced, not double-spaced.
  • All fonts are embedded.
  • All pages are portrait (landscape pages should be rotated).
  • There should be 10mm space after the abstract before you begin the main text of your article, starting on the same page as the abstract.
Paper content
  • The paper includes the author's name(s) and affiliation(s) (full address including country).
  • All articles must contain an abstract.
  • All figures and tables should be numbered in numerical order. Please ensure that figure/table numbers are not duplicated or missed. A figure caption is always placed below the illustration. Short captions are centered, while long ones are justified. The macro button chooses the correct format automatically.
  • The first paragraph of a section or subsection is not indented. The first paragraphs that follow a table, figure, equation, etc. do not have an indent, either. Subsequent paragraphs, however, are indented.
  • Displayed equations should follow a naming convention in numerical order, i.e. (1), (2), (3), etc or by section, i.e. (1.1), (1.2), etc. Ensure every displayed equation has its number and none are duplicated or missing. Displayed equations are centered and set on a separate line.
  • For citations of references, we prefer the use of square brackets and consecutive numbers. Citations using labels or the author/year convention are also acceptable
  • Ensure that all references are cited in the text and that all citations have a corresponding reference.
  • Finally, please ensure that the paper is thoroughly proofread to check the standard of English and ensure the wording is clear and concise.
  • Structure the paper, using the following subheadings to identify each section: Introduction, Methodology,  Results and Discustion, and Conclusions.
1. Introduction
2. Methodology
3. Results and discussion
4. Conclusions

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