NEWS: New Solutions is now being published by Sage Publishing. As soon as Sage completes development of its New Solutions web page, we will direct authors to the Sage web site to submit manuscripts.
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At the intersection of health, work, and the environment stands New Solutions—the only journal that attempts to both define the issues and offer perspectives for change.
New Solutions’ voice is progressive, experienced, challenging. The quarterly’s contributors are scientists and policy-makers in academia and government, unionists on the shop floor, environmentalists in their many habitats, and activists on the streets, all well placed to see what works and what doesn’t in policy for sustainable development.
New Solutions delivers authoritative responses to perplexing problems, with a worker’s voice, an activist’s commitment, a scientist’s approach, and a policy-maker’s experience.
Authors: The following link will provide you with guidelines for formatting your manuscript, including citation and referencing guidelines. http://newsolutionsjournal.com/public/journals/1/NSmanuscriptguidelinesforauthorsjan082011-fullandrevisednm.pdf
Endnote Software Users: We have developed a style file for Endnote users. The following link will permit you to download the file. http://newsolutionsjournal.com/public/journals/1/NewSolutions2.ens
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