Published is Volume 12 (1) 2022

With studies about interrelated complex problems: (1) the (socioeconomic) recovery in the Postwar Ukraine, (2) the societal significance of informal economics in the African city of Tamale in Ghana during the COVID-19 pandemic, (3) about conditions of urban circumstances in China for coping with pandemics and climate changes, (4) the meaning of agreements (COP26) about ‘Carbon Market strategies’ , and (5) a natural science perspective about sustainable societies. The editorial points out that traditional scientific and political approaches have limitations in addressing these problems.

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