Topic 1: Do Sustainable Development Goals Along with Other Eco-Friendly Measures Assumed by the Governing Agencies Enhances Sustainable Business Development Prospects in the UK?
Research Aim: It has been observed that general consumers are increasingly interested in products as well as services offered by environmentally conscious businesses and regions. This research thesis on environmental sustainability focuses on understanding how pollution and other environmental concerns affect the sustainable development growth of the UK. The research also aims to assess the advantages of enhancing environmental standards in improving sustainable business/economic developments during the next 10 years.
Topic 2: Analysing the Impact of Project Portfolio Selection and Key Performance Indicators on Sustainability Projects
Research Aim: The research aims to examine project portfolio selection (PPS) and key performance indicators (KPI) impact on sustainability measures implemented in projects for the manufacturing industry. The study attempts to assess how sustainability measures under the dimensions of economics, environment, and society are affected by multi-criteria decision-making methods. The data is collected using mixed methods methodology – quantitative and qualitative measures. The study incorporates the fuzzy logic model.
Topic 3: Assessing Feasible Development of Energy, Water, and Environment Systems and its Impact on Sustainability Goals
Research Aim: The research looks to present recent trends in the development of energy, water, and environmental systems and their impact on sustainability goals in the UK. The research focuses on UK's construction section, forestry, and agricultural industries to analyse how combined trends have affected these industries' ability to limit waste production. The study uses quantitative research techniques to assess these industries' environmental burdens. The survey questionnaire is distributed to executives responsible for sustainable development goals in the industries using an audit. Data is analysed using inferential statistics and PLS-SEM.
Topic 4: Examining the Impact of Growth, Urbanisation, Electricity, and Fossil Fuel Consumption on Environmental Sustainability in Developing Countries
Research Aim: The proposed research chooses a developing country to investigate its environmental degradation. This dissertation on environmental sustainability looks to examine the effect of economic growth, urbanisation, electricity consumption, and fossil fuel consumption on pollutant emissions of a developing country over a certain period. The methodology used for the study is derived from Pesaran’s Panel Pooled Mean Group-Autoregressive distributive lag (ARDL-PMG) to conduct a regression analysis. Data will be collected using econometric values present for the developing country as per its official websites, the United Nations, and other environment metrics watchdogs.
Topic 5: Assessing the Impact of Sustainability Measures on Human Welfare and Ecosystem Health
Research Aim: The study examines the moral obligations to act sustainability to protect natural processes that constitute human life and culture. The research analyses the perceptions of sustainability measures on the blue-collar population of the UK and its relationship with human welfare and ecosystem health. The research is conducted using quantitative methodology. This includes using a survey questionnaire and analysis through structured equation modelling.
Topic 6: Analysing the Impact of Socio-Economic Conditions on Degradation of Eastern Highlands
Research Aim:The study assesses the variables of poverty, agricultural intensification, and sustainability measures on the degradation of Eastern Highlands. The research assesses variables such as local knowledge of sustainability efforts, farmer’s initiatives, and soil and water conservation techniques. The research methodology is empirical. Data is collected using survey questionnaires with locals and the Eastern Highlands field observations. Data is analysed using inferential statistics and structured equation modelling.
Topic 7: Examining the Impact of Colonial Land Tenure on Environmental Changes in Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe
Research Aim: The study utilises the human security perspective to examine the impact of colonial land tenure changes on sustainability efforts in Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe. The study assesses how colonial land tenure impacts locals’ options and capacity to adapt, minimise, or end risks associated with their human, social, and environmental rights. The research also assesses the distribution of land and resources, human security, and environmental integrity through a survey of the local population and using historical land tenure and distribution records.
Topic 8: Analysing the Impact of Digital Technology Initiatives on Green Development and Environmental Sustainability
Research Aim: The study looks to assess various digital technology initiatives in developing countries to examine their impact on green development and environmental sustainability. The study examines the long-term effects of variables such as energy demands and carbon emissions using time series data of developing countries over the last 20 years. The research uses causal associations to understand how digital initiatives impact green development using economic growth as the primary analysis factor. The data is collected using country time series and questionnaires distributed through random sampling. Data is analysed using inferential statistics and PLS-SEM.
Topic 9: Assessing the Impact of Environmental Decentralisation on Regional Green Development in Asia
Research Aim: The study investigates the impact of environmental decentralisation and local government competition on green development in Asian countries. Many Asian countries have been seeing rapid economic development coupled with environmental pollution. The research calculates the green total factor productivity of local governments in Asian countries in ten years. Data analysis takes place using the panel vector autoregressive model to test for the impact of environmental decentralisation on regional green development.
Topic 10: Using the Efficient Well-Being Model for Assessing Sustainability and Environmental Impacts
Research Aim: The proposed study uses the Efficient Well-Being model to assess the UK’s efficiency in enhancing human well-being through variables of economic resources, natural resources, and human resources. The primary purpose of the research is to examine the current efficiencies of a country in producing human well-being through its sustainable effort. The data collected focuses on dimensions such as ecological footprint, GDP per capita, flows of natural capital, and education. The data is analysed using inferential statistics, primarily regression analysis.
Topic 11: Assessing the Role of H. M. Treasury on Political Economy of Green Development in the UK
Research Aim: The study examines the policy implications of H. M. Treasury as a negative impact on the development of sustainable development strategies in the UK. The research analyses the role political economy and internal politics play in the UK as an environmental state. The research is conducted through text analysis of policy papers and government initiatives, primarily focusing on green investment banks and H. M. Treasury’s role in energy policy.
Topic 12: Examining the Links between COVID-19 and Environmental Sustainability
Research Aim: The study reviews the current challenges in implementing environmental sustainability policies with a pandemic still present. The study assesses the regulatory demands and green business practices during the COVID-19 pandemic. The policies specifically focus on the supply chain and logistics industry. Data is collected from firm-level sustainability initiatives by focusing on dimensions of emission footprint, institutional initiatives, and upgrading transport equipment to be environmentally friendly. Data is analysed using inferential statistics.
Topic 13: Assessing the Role of R&D and Renewable Energy Consumption on EU Countries Development
Research Aim: The primary aim of the study is to assess the role that research and development (R&D) has on environmental sustainability in EU countries. The research also investigates the interaction between renewable energy consumption on economic growth through footprint income function. The study uses time-series data of EU countries concerning their R&D expenditure and ecological footprint. The study is empirical and only uses quantitative data. The analysis is conducted to produce causal interactions between the variables identified.
Topic 14: Examining the Impact of Small-Scale Off-Grid Renewable Energy Systems on Local Socio-Economic Growth in Developing Countries
Research Aim: The study aims to investigate the effect that small-scale off-grid renewable energy systems have on local social and economic development. The research assesses the impact using psychographic scales to assess participants from remote areas in developing countries in which such units have been implemented. The research is quantitative and employs a survey questionnaire for data collection. Data is analysed using partial least squares structured equation modelling.
Topic 15: Examining the Impact of Technology Innovation and Environmental Sustainability Practices on SME’s Performance in Developing Countries
Research Aim: The study examines the relationship between technology innovation and environmental sustainability practices on the performance of SMEs in a developing country. The research assesses how sustainable development measures can harbour economic growth without the depletion of natural resources. The research uses a quantitative methodology for data collection and analysis.
Topic 16: Tracking of Environmental Impact Caused by the Emissions from Aircraft and Other Aviation Machines
Research Aim: This research aims to monitor the impact of aircraft, helicopters, and other aerial vehicles on the environment. The research explores the carbon emissions, environmental impacts and sustainability issues of aviation emissions. The research carries out a quantitative study of the carbon emission per litre of fuel from different aircraft. An estimate of carbon and other greenhouse gases is made by analysing the fuel consumed.
Topic 17: An Assessment for the Water-Saving Technologies and Operational Sops for London Municipal Usage
Research Aim: this research aims to assess water-saving technologies and their implementation. The research makes a feasibility analysis for the implementation of water-saving technologies. The study ]also analyses the operational SOPs and identifies the areas of improvement for saving water. The study is conducted in two phases; analysis and assessment: phase and feasibility phase.
Topic 18: A Study on Urban Foresting to Reduce the Impact of Carbon House Gases and Maintain a Sustainable Environment
Research Aim: This study aims to analyse the importance of urban foresting to reduce carbon dioxide emissions due to excessive transportation and industrial activities. The study compares two cities of similar sizes, one with an urban forest and the other without urban forestation. The air quality index, carbon emissions and other parameters are monitored for three months, and findings are plotted to generate insights.
Topic 19: An Analysis of How Carbon Literacy Can Help Reduce the Carbon Footprint of Disadvantaged Households
Research Aim: This study aims to measure the carbon footprints of low-income households and identify the waste of carbon credits at home. Household carbon emissions are one of the major sources of carbon pollution and are often missed in the research. This thesis aims to identify the potential usage of carbon at homes and the impact of carbon literacy on two different geographical locations.
Topic 20: A Detailed Analysis of the Carbon Footprint of Electric Vehicles and the Sustainability Impact of Low Carbon Footprints on the Environment
Research Aim: This explorative analysis aims to uncover the concealed carbon footprint of electric vehicles. An electric vehicle does not require fossil fuel but uses an electric source to charge batteries. The study analyses the carbon footprint per KWh consumed by the vehicle and trackback the total carbon footprint of the car from its assembly to charging.
Topic 21: The Impact of a Widespread Application of Solar Panels: Can World Become Sustainable by the Year 2050?
Research Aim: This research aims to analyse if, through the application of solar panels, the World could become Sustainable by the year 2050. This environmental sustainability thesis is extremely helpful for environment-friendly prospects.
Topic 22: Assessment of Alternative Food Networks for Sustainable Production of The Food Products
Research Aim: The aim of this research is to identify the food production sources adding greenhouse gasses at an unprecedented rate as compared to the regular production sources. The study aims to propose food production sources that are more sustainable and less dependent on flood irrigation. The research aims to reduce water wastage, fertilizer supplementation and pesticide usage.
Topic 23: The Impact of Glacier Meltdown on The Aquatic Life Across the Arctic Region and The Warm Water Species
Research Aim: this research aims to identify the impact and adversaries of global warming on aquatic life. The study analyses the melting rate of the arctic glaciers and notes the rising temperature, sea level and current changes. The research also aims to identify the potential risk to aquatic life due to rising sea levels and temperatures.
Topic 24: Analysis of the Built Environment Sustainable Tool (BEST) Sustainability Assessment Tool
Research Aim: The study aims to analyze how the modern sustainability assessment tool, named BEST, which considers the environmental and economic and social aspects, is impacting new development projects.
This study is completed through a questionnaire distributed to the construction industry's practitioners.
Topic 25: Building an Economically Viable and Completely Sustainable World – A Review of Recent Trends and an Assessment of a Possible Future
Research Aim: This study aims to analyze worldwide economic and sustainability-based trends and their influence on the overall world environment, including economic and ecological health. The study further aims to explore the potential impact of using integrated sustainability metrics that can deliver revolutionary results in the economic and ecological health of the world.
Topic 26: New Approaches to Applying GIS (Geographical Information System) in the Field of Environmental Health Sciences
Research Aim: This environmental health dissertation topic analyses how integrated health-related data in a unified data system can be used to enhance environmental health.
Topic 27: The Application of Optimized and Economically Viable Green Technology in the U.K and its Impact on Environmental Sustainability
Research Aim: The research focuses on how consumers and manufacturers can encourage the development as well as the adoption of green technologies. This environmental economics dissertation topic aims to assess the increasing environmental awareness in the community regarding the adaption of green technology and sustainability-based products, and how it is influencing the economics of the companies associated with this field.
Topic 28: Modelling and Simulation of Sewage Wastewater Treatment Plants
Research Aim: This review paper focuses on wastewater treatment plant’s modelling (WWTP). Why white-box modelling is frequently used in this domain, with key applications including design, learning, and process optimization. This report presents the currently most used models of the white box for the analysis of biological sludge mechanisms and the removal of phosphorus.
Topic 29: Environmental Air Pollutants and Acute Lower Respiratory Infections: Comprehensive Analysis and Assessment of Worldwide Disease Burdens
Research Aim: This research focuses on the implications and reasons why young children around the globe have been exposed to acute lower respiratory infections (ALRI).
Topic 30: Health-Based Economic Evaluation on the Particulate Air Pollution in Urban Areas – A Case Study Shanghai, China
Research Aim: This paper analyses the key factors influencing the air quality in Shanghai. Quantitative research on the impact of particulate air pollution on Shanghai's economy and human health is aimed to be conducted during this study.
Topic 31: An Analysis of How Air Pollution and Climate Change is Impacting the Tourism Industry - A Case of the U.K (any country can be selected)
Research Aim: The purpose of the study is to investigate the long-term and causal links between climate change (i.e., greenhouse gas emissions, Sulphur hexafluorides and hydrofluorocarbons), air pollution (i.e., carbon dioxide and methane emissions) and development indicators of tourism (i.e., international tourism receipts and expenditures) as well as the impact and expansion of tourist activities on the environment.
Topic 32: Luxury Fashion Brand Management through the Application of Sustainable Fashion Themes and Storytelling
Research Aim: Sustainable fashion is an alternative trend against fast fashion. This research aims to analyse if the luxury brands in the fashion industry can apply Sustainable fashion trends with a focus on nurturing the reduction of pollution, innovative behaviour and achieving ethical/responsible production.
Topic 33: Analysing Dynamics of the UK’s pharma Industry in Producing Sustainable Business Models
Research Aim: The study aims to propose and develop a sustainable business model approach using tools such as business model canvas and system dynamics modelling. The study examines the sustainability-oriented business model designs in the current Pharmaceutical industry.
The research looks to incorporate industry perspectives to develop a more adaptable business model for sustainability. The study uses qualitative research methods to go about conducting the study.
Topic 34: Examining the Factors that Impact Sustainable Design for the Elderly
Research Aim: The study presents casual evidence on the factors that impact sustainable design choices for the elderly. The research analyses variables – design for all, universal design, and inclusive design when assessing planning the environment. The research looks to assess the planning taking place for sustainable ageing. The study takes a qualitative approach to methodology. This includes using semi-structured interviews with sustainable design industry specialists. Data is analysed using text analysis with the Nvivo tool.
Topic 35: Analysing the Role and Impact of Structural Design on Green Building Rating Systems: An Industry Perspective and Comparison of Life Cycle Energy Considerations with the Vicinity of Peterborough
Research Aim: The primary aim of this research is to analyse the role and impact of structural design on green building rating systems. The study further aims to present an industry perspective and a comparison of life cycle energy considerations within the vicinity of Peterborough (any region can be selected)
Topic 36: Analysing the Relationship Between the Organisational Sustainability Reputation and Consumer Behaviour - The Case of Peterborough?
Research Aim: This research aims to analyse the relationship between the organisational sustainability reputation and consumer behaviour - Peterborough, UK, has been selected as a case study to complete this research (any region can be selected).
Topic 37: Analysing How Optimising Sustainable and Strategic Management SOPs Leads to Business Success in the Corporate Sector - Evidence from the UK with Leadership in Sustainability as Mediating Factor of Analysis
Research Aim: The proposed topic aims to conduct an analysis of how optimizing sustainable and strategic management of standard operational practices leads to business success in the corporate sector. Primary data will be collected from the UK with leadership in sustainability as mediating factor of analysis.
Topic 38: Analysing the Impact of Global Governance on Achieving Sustainable Development Goals
Research Aim: This research aims to analyse the impact of having quality global governing structures on achieving sustainable development goals.