Frontiers in Sustainable Development <p><strong>Frontiers in Sustainable Development</strong> is a monthly online, international, peer-reviewed journal, dedicated to <span lang="EN-US">publish empirical, academic, theoretical and review research articles that contribute to the practice in </span><span lang="EN-US">sustainable development, and related topics</span>. All articles published are rigorously and fast reviewed meeting the Journal Quality standards.</p> Boya Century Publishing en-US Frontiers in Sustainable Development 2710-0723 Analysis of Carbon Sequestration Capacity in Land Remediation Projects <p>This article aims to explore the carbon sequestration capacity in land remediation projects and study how to effectively increase soil and biological carbon sequestration through these projects to address the challenges of global climate change. It introduces the basic concept of carbon sequestration and its influencing factors, with particular attention to the impact of key factors such as soil quality and water resource management on carbon sequestration capacity. It assesses the potential of soil carbon sequestration in land remediation projects and emphasizes the significance of rational land use planning in enhancing carbon sequestration capacity. The strategies and measures to enhance carbon sequestration capacity in land remediation projects are discussed, including ecological engineering construction, wetland conservation and restoration, soil quality improvement, promotion of organic agriculture, soil conservation, and carbon incentive policies and social participation. By promoting the simultaneous development of carbon neutrality and ecological protection, the article aims to achieve a win-win situation for the economy and the environment, and drive sustainable rural development.</p> Zhisheng Huang Copyright (c) 2023 2023-09-21 2023-09-21 3 9 1 5 10.54691/fsd.v3i9.5594 Based on the Optimization of Building Materials, the Research on Strategies for Carbon Neutrality and Carbon Peak in Rural Zhejiang Province is Studied <p>Zhejiang Province is one of the most vibrant regions in China's southeastern coastal economic development. In recent years, with the advancement of urbanization, rural areas in Zhejiang Province are facing a series of challenges and opportunities. Rural development has become one of the government's priorities and attention, and the rural revitalization strategy has greatly promoted the transformation, upgrading, and upgrading of rural economy, improved farmers' quality of life, and realized the coordinated development of rural and urban areas. This study explores strategies for Zhejiang rural areas to achieve carbon neutrality and peak carbon dioxide emissions based on optimized building materials. The research adopts a combination of literature review and field survey to analyze the current situation of building materials and energy consumption in rural areas of Zhejiang Province, and proposes a series of optimized building materials strategies to provide feasible strategies for reducing carbon emissions in rural construction.</p> Hui Zheng Yajing Wang Copyright (c) 2023 2023-09-21 2023-09-21 3 9 6 12 10.54691/fsd.v3i9.5595 Progress in Research on Land-use Transformation <p>Land use transition refers to the trend of land development and use patterns at a specific time and in a specific area, and it was firstly proposed by foreign countries in the study of forest land change, which at first referred to the sudden change of forest land area in the mutual game between stakeholders, and gradually evolved into a new way to study land use/cover change (LUCC). At the beginning of this century, it was introduced to China by our scholar Professor Long Hualou, and was first explored in practice, and received great attention from academics and the government. The connotation of land use transformation is constantly enriched and evolved, and at the beginning of entering China, it was used to characterise the corresponding temporal changes of land use structure and form in the process of economic and social development. With the deepening of research and the improvement of China's land resource management level, land use transformation has not only portrayed the overall structural changes in land use brought about by different stages of economic and social development, but has also gradually penetrated into the study of the transformation of land subtypes, and the connotation of land use transformation has also expanded from land use structure to the two major aspects of explicit and implicit transformation of land, with a greater focus on subtle and implicit transformation of land use brought about by economic and social development. It focuses more on the subtle and hidden transformation changes of land use brought about by economic and social development. According to the current academic understanding of land use transformation, the definition of land use transformation can be summarised as the process of changing land use patterns from one state to another, driven by changes in economic and social development, which includes both explicit (quantity, area, space) and implicit (quality, property rights, function, etc.) land use changes, reflecting the changes in a particular stage of economic and social development. It reflects the game and conflict regulation process of land use patterns between different interest subjects and sectors at a specific stage of economic and social development.</p> Liheng Xia Yanan Li Yutong Sun Copyright (c) 2023 2023-09-21 2023-09-21 3 9 13 17 10.54691/fsd.v3i9.5596 Research on the Path of Urban Buildings’ Emission Reduction under the "Dual Carbon" Goal <p>Construction industry in China has always been a "high-carbon" industry, based on China's goals of reaching "carbon peak" in 2030 and "carbon neutrality" in 2060, it is particularly important to carry out low-carbon transformation of traditional buildings. Under the background of the "dual carbon" goal, this paper analyzes the whole life cycle of urban buildings and explores the four stages of preparation, construction, operation and recycling to find possible problems and solutions in the development of low-carbon green buildings. Low-carbon, environmentally friendly green buildings are the development trend of urban buildings, which can meet people's growing needs on the one hand, and accelerate the transition of original urban buildings to green buildings on the other hand, ensuring the smooth realization of China's "dual carbon" goal.</p> Bijun Ni Copyright (c) 2023 2023-09-21 2023-09-21 3 9 18 23 10.54691/fsd.v3i9.5597 Research on the Application of Composite Ecological Green Ring Construction Strategy in Old City Renewal <p>In order to beautify the living environment of urban blocks and improve the quality of urban landscape space design, this paper analyzes the current landscape status of old city blocks based on the research of landscape environment problems in the renewal of old urban areas, and finds that the landscape of old city blocks has the characteristics of fine landscape space, closed landscape, and poor environmental quality of public landscape space. Dig deep into the importance of building a network and ring landscape system in the process of old city renewal, that is, to meet the spiritual needs of residents around the renewal area, improve the level of art and culture of the entire city, and create a better living environment. The strategy of improving the spatial environment of the neighborhood by building a composite ecological green ring is proposed, which provides interactive space places and infrastructure for urban residents to communicate and communicate, so as to achieve the effect of "scenery and its use, and green ring people's walking". To meet the pursuit of green and healthy living environment of modern people, it also connects the urban historical context in the old city, and at the same time injects new vitality into the neighborhood life, creating favorable environmental and spatial conditions for the better development of the city and the better life of the people.</p> Jing Tang Qiuwan Zhang Copyright (c) 2023 2023-09-21 2023-09-21 3 9 24 27 10.54691/fsd.v3i9.5598 Research on Scientific and Technological Support Issues for the Green Development of Modern Agricultural Industrial Parks <p>The construction of modern agricultural industrial parks is a basic demonstrative project to promote rural revitalization. Green development is the core requirement of high-quality development of industrial park. Currently, the development and application of existing science and technology in industrial parks cannot meet the requirements of all-round green development of the parks. To consolidate the technical support for green development of the park, we should strengthen the research and development of agricultural science and technology, improve the green standard system, and improve the supply of green technology in all aspects of production and operation; as well as innovate the mechanism and system, promote science and technology specialists and other technical talents to enter the park, and effectively train the park's farmers to enhance the quality of modern agricultural science and technology of the farmers, and so on.</p> Caizhou Cui Copyright (c) 2023 2023-09-21 2023-09-21 3 9 28 39 10.54691/fsd.v3i9.5599 Cognitive Study on the Classification Policy of Domestic Waste among Residents in Nanning City <p>Nanning is one of the 46 key cities in China to establish a municipal solid waste classification system before the end of 2020, and the garbage classification work ranks in the top in many quarters. At the same time, it still faces some difficulties in the implementation of waste classification policy. Exploring people's understanding of domestic waste classification is of great significance to the improvement of waste classification policy and the implementation of waste classification work. Based on the data obtained from the field survey and questionnaire survey of Nanning residents, this paper obtains the residents' cognition of domestic waste classification policy, and obtains the influencing factors of residents' cognition of domestic waste classification policy through empirical analysis. The results show that the factors affecting residents' cognition are government regulation, publicity and education, incentive mechanism, public participation and supporting facilities, while individual wishes and behaviors, charging mechanism and community management have no significant impact on the domestic waste classification policy. According to the analysis results, this paper discusses the problems and reasons existing in the cognition of urban residents' domestic waste classification policy, and puts forward some suggestions for improvement and optimization. First, strengthen publicity and education to promote residents' cognition; The second is to strengthen government control and improve detailed policies and regulations; Third, pay attention to the supervision and implementation of reward and punishment measures, and promote the standardized implementation of classification behavior; The fourth is to build and improve the garbage classification and treatment system; Fifth, broaden the channels of public participation.</p> Yiyuan Rong Yanping Hou Yuqian Yang Copyright (c) 2023 2023-09-21 2023-09-21 3 9 40 49 10.54691/fsd.v3i9.5600 Application of Analytic Hierarchy Process in Prospecting-Take Zijin Mountain in Fujian as an Example <p>Since the development of RS and GIS technology, its application in ore prospecting has attracted much attention. There are many previous studies with remarkable achievements. In this paper, the Zijinshan mining area in Fujian Province is selected as the research object, and the Landsat 8 image is used as the basic data to carry out structural interpretation and remote sensing alteration information extraction, and then the metallogenic target area is divided by means of GIS and analytic hierarchy process, which provides reference for further prospecting.</p> Jiaxuan Li Copyright (c) 2023 2023-09-21 2023-09-21 3 9 50 60 10.54691/fsd.v3i9.5601 Footwear Design and Biomechanics Evaluation for Clinical Nurses <p>Epidemiological investigations have shown a higher prevalence of work-related musculoskeletal disorders, (WRMDs) among nursing professionals. More than most other occupational groups. Most nursing activities require long periods of standing and walking. These job requirements can cause WRMDs problems in the lower limbs, and there are few footwear products available specifically for use by clinical nurses. Therefore, improving the current clinical nurse shoes and improving the wearing comfort of clinical nurse shoes are the necessary conditions to reduce the lower limb discomfort of clinical nurses. The purpose of this study is :(1) to test and obtain the foot morphology and walking gait characteristics of nurses in standing state by using human foot scanning and sports biomechanics technology, and to design comfortable clinical nursing footwear products suitable for nurses through shoe last optimization and application of environmentally friendly materials. (2) Sports biomechanical testing technology was used to test and compare the developed clinical care shoes with other shoes in the market, and the biomechanical characteristics of participants wearing different shoes were measured and compared to verify the design effect of clinical care shoes and improve it. This research method is divided into three stages. First, field observations and exercise biomechanics tests of the participants were performed, and data acquisition included plantar pressure characteristics, a three-dimensional foot model, foot surface temperature distribution, walking speed, and proportions of walking, standing, and sitting. Secondly, the clinical nursing shoes were designed based on the test results and the sample shoes were made. Finally, the function of professional nursing was evaluated through the exercise biomechanical testing technique. Measurements included lower limb joint range of motion (ROM), foot Pressure, ground reaction force (GRF), and subjective discomfort ratings for the lower body and feet. To summarize the findings of this study, comfortable clinical care shoes should emphasize arch support at the sole, use three-dimensional vertical insoles, and design heel height below 5 cm to significantly reduce plantar pressure distribution and ground impact, increase ankle flexibility, and recommend the use of pressure socks to reduce the risk of varicose veins in the lower extremities.</p> Hangchun Pan Henglin Zhu Copyright (c) 2023 2023-09-21 2023-09-21 3 9 61 67 10.54691/fsd.v3i9.5602 Research on Inter-provincial Cooperative Development of Regional Tourism: A Case Study of Hukou Waterfall in Shaanxi and Shanxi, a 5A Scenic Spot <p>The Hukou Waterfall is located in the provinces of Shaanxi and Shanxi. Due to its unique geographical location, the waterfall is divided into two parts and managed separately by the respective administrative regions. However, the potential social and economic benefits of the Hukou Waterfall, which boasts exceptional tourism resources, have not been fully realized. The development of regional tourism cooperation across provinces has always been a challenge. It requires careful consideration on how to overcome differences and foster collaborative development among regions to create a unified and exceptional tourist destination that provides the best experience for visitors. This paper analyzes the successful path of the Hukou Waterfall, a typical case of regional tourism cooperation across provinces, to identify the current issues and future development directions. It also provides a theoretical foundation and cooperative model for similar cross-provincial regional collaboration.</p> Yuan Yuan Copyright (c) 2023 2023-09-21 2023-09-21 3 9 68 76 10.54691/fsd.v3i9.5624 The Effect of Low Temperature Stress on Plant Physiological Development <p>Temperature is the most important factor affecting plant growth, development, and metabolic processes, which has significant theoretical value and practical significance for studying the physiological and biochemical characteristics of plants under temperature stress. The damage of low temperature to plants is caused by dehydration caused by extracellular ice formation, or by apoptosis caused by intracellular ice formation. This article mainly discusses the cold resistance of plants from several aspects, including lipid membrane peroxidation, osmotic regulation products, plant growth and development products, and antioxidant enzyme systems.</p> Jinyang Zhang Yutong Sun Pengxin Jin Copyright (c) 2023 2023-09-21 2023-09-21 3 9 77 80 10.54691/fsd.v3i9.5655