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Following the 2015 Paris Agreement, the main challenge for world economies nowadays is to commit themselves to long-term reforms aimed at increasing and promoting sustainable, inclusive and balanced development. An adequate response to this challenge will certainly require using the best available scientific knowledge and constant reevaluation of the development process in light of the scientific findings. To ensure that the sciences are responsive to the emerging needs and to address sustainable development issues. This Virtual Special Issue of the Journal of Cleaner Production is dedicated to both Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems 2016 Conferences – 2nd South East European Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems Conference and 11th Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems Conference. The Virtual Special Issue is focused on four main fields: Energy issues, Water issues, Environmental engineering and management, and Sustainable engineering solutions and large-scale sustainability approaches. The division of selected papers follows the previous Journal of Cleaner Production Special Sections and Volumes dedicated to the Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems Conference series.
This VSI of the JCLEPRO, dedicated to the 2nd SEE SDEWES and 11th SDEWES Conference, gave an overview of topics related to sustainable development and cleaner production. The authors of this article believe that the selected papers and addressed issues will considerably extend the knowledge body published in JCLEPRO and will be of interest to its readers. The selected papers describe recent advances, and provide insights into future development, in four main fields that are of strategic importance to the sustainable development: energy issues, water issues, environmental engineering and management, sustainable engineering solutions and large-scale sustainability approaches. Future SDEWES Conferences will build upon the potential of presenting new practical experience and disseminating new knowledge on shaping the future by building upon the pillars of sustainability. Information on the upcoming events and other related activities can be found on the website of the International Centre for Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems (SDEWES Centre).