IEEE GreenTech, Sustainability, & Net Zero Policies & Practices Symposium

Academic Track

Paper Submission is Closed!

The IEEE GreenTech, Sustainability, & Net Zero Practices Symposium (IEEE-GTSNZ)  opens the call for academicians and researchers to submit articles/papers/reports/case studies including information about the rationale, technologies used, government, industry, and institutional collaborations on Sustainability, Green Technologies and NetZero Practices.

Authors are also encouraged to mention the use of ISO 14000, ISO 50001, Green Mark Building Standards, or equivalent in the campuses/institutions.

The preferred topics for the IEEE-GTSNZ 2023 are listed below. Other topics that fall within the scope of the IEEE-GTSNZ are also welcome.


  • Air & Liquid Pollution Management
  • Energy Management
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Water Management
  • Carbon Footprint
  • Carbon Trading, Carbon Tax, Carbon Neutralization/Offset
  • Circular Economy
  • NetZero Policies & Practices
  • Sustainability & Sustainability Assessment
  • GreenTech Entrepreneurship
  • Sustainable Industry Practices
  • Sanitation Management
  • Global Net Zero Policies
  • Governmental Regulations
  • Climate Resilience
  • Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG)
  • Green Transportation
  • Clean Energy
  • Clean and Decarbonization Technologies
  • Energy Transformation
  • Energy Transition
  • Smart Cities and Green Buildings
  • Green Financing & Funding

Types of Submissions

Case studies, Reports, Articles, and Concept papers on Projects, Research, Policies, Practices, Students and Faculty Involvements in Educational & Community Services, Incubation, Start-ups, Patents, Industry, Government, Non-Government, National, Regional, and International Collaborations related to the theme and topics of the Global Symposium.

It is highly recommended to include the latest data for the period 2018-2022 on NetZero Practices in the Case studies, Reports, and Articles.

Authors are encouraged share novel perspectives within the general scope of the symposium.

Important Dates



Submissions Due Date



Acceptance Notification



Camera-ready Submission



Symposium Date​

Preparation and Submission Guidelines for Academic Track

  • Maximum of 6 pages maximum (2 additional pages allowed but at an extra charge in the final submission), according to the IEEE Xplore guidelines. 
  • Authors are encouraged to check the IEEE Xplore paper template from the following link:

We will be looking forward to receiving your submissions,
Kindly promote the IEEE GTSNZ to interested individuals and communities in your vicinity.
Best regards, and looking forward to seeing you in December!