Creative Sustainable Development (CSD) stands as an additional publication from Beirut Arab University in Lebanon, presenting an annual compilation of scientific contributions serving as a dedicated forum for the exchange of focused research, innovative ideas, and creative experiences within the realm of Sustainable Development.

This journal serves as a host for articles spanning a wide array of multidisciplinary subjects and studies. On behalf of the Editorial Team, I extend a warm welcome to the CSD Journal Home Page, inviting you to partake in its publication activities.

We encourage the submission of work from various contributors, including authors, researchers, graduate students, reviewers, academics, practitioners, policy-makers, and scholars. We place particular emphasis on fostering creativity, innovation, diversity, and pioneering perspectives, encompassing theoretical concepts, contemporary issues, emerging trends, and practical experiences.

The Journal's scope encompasses the BAU Research Themes under the umbrella of "Creative Sustainable Development," with the overarching goal of contributing high-quality knowledge capable of addressing environmental, urban planning, social, and economic challenges.

All submitted articles undergo a rigorous double-blind peer review process, facilitated by international, regional, and local referees renowned in their respective domains, as well as faculty members from esteemed universities in Europe and the Middle East.

It is my hope that this journal serves as a valuable resource, offering readers a constant source of exciting and valuable knowledge, insightful ideas, and engaging research contributions. I extend my gratitude to all those who contribute to the progress and evolution of CSD. We eagerly anticipate continued engagement from the scientific community, aspiring to play an active role in shaping future environments.

I invite you to connect with us, participate, and support our dynamic platform in upcoming volumes and new issues. Your involvement is integral to the ongoing success of Creative Sustainable Development.

Current Issue: Volume 4, Issue 2 (2023)

Khalid S. M. Al-Hagla - Professor of Urban Design, the Former Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University

Dear readers of the Creative Sustainability Development Journal,

It is an honour to be serving as your guest editor for this upcoming issue of the journal. I am excited for the opportunity to work with such a talented and passionate group of individuals who are dedicated to sustainability and innovation. As we navigate the challenges and complexities of our ever-changing world, it is more important than ever before to promote and encourage creative solutions for sustainable development.

The focus of this issue is to explore unique and creative approaches to sustainability and their potential impact on the world. Whether it be through technological advancements, community initiatives, or cultural shifts, every step towards a more sustainable future is a step in the right direction. This is a time for interdisciplinary collaboration and innovative thinking, as we strive to develop sustainable solutions that promote social, economic, and environmental wellbeing.

As guest editor, I have been fortunate enough to review and select a variety of submissions from scholars, researchers, and practitioners from across the globe. The diversity of perspectives and unique approaches to sustainability that I have encountered through this process has been truly inspiring. It is my hope that this issue will provide readers with valuable insights into the latest trends, practices, and innovations in the field of sustainable development.

I am certain that the articles featured in this issue will motivate and inspire readers to think critically about the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead on our journey towards a more sustainable future. The Creative Sustainability Development Journal has always been at the forefront of promoting creative, innovative and sustainable solutions, and I am confident that this issue will continue in that tradition.

In conclusion, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the editorial board and staff who have tirelessly worked to produce this issue. It has been a pleasure working with your passionate and dedicated team, and I am honoured to be part of such an important effort. I hope you enjoy this issue and find the articles and ideas shared within it engaging and thought-provoking. Together, we can make a difference in the world and create a sustainable future for generations to come.



Imane Haidar, Ziad Doughan, and Ali M. Haidar Prof.


Aya Mostafa Hassoun, Mostafa khalifa, Eslam M. Elsamahy, Khaled El-Daghar, and Mary Felix