|Chief Editor: Dr Wesam Al Madhoun|
|Dr. Al Madhoun holds a BSc of Civil Engineering, MSc and PhD of Environmental Engineering from Universiti Sains Malaysia. He did a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Malaysia Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT) and he achieved A fellowship on sustainable cities at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He has 15 years of working experience (teaching, training, research and consultancy), where he had assignments in Palestine, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, South Korea, USA and Canada. He was a Research Professor at University of Seoul, visiting scholar at University of Windsor and at Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT). He also was an “air pollution consultant” for the international project “Building Healthy Cities in Indonesia”. In terms of publications, he has more than 50 papers published at international peer reviewed journals and international conferences. Currently he is leading a global initiative “Impact Youth Sustainability – Ambassadors of Sustainability” which has more than 10,500 members from 120 countries and He is the Dean of Engineering Faculty, Gaza University-Palestine.|
|Prof Dr Hjh Raja Suzana Raja Kasim|
|YM Professor Dr Hjh Raja Suzana Raja Kasim holds Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship from the Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK, a PhD in Management/Knowledge Management, and MSc in Information Management/Knowledge Management. Prior joining academia she served industry as a company secretary. She had hold several other leadership posts at university level. She took an active role in local youth community-based organisations and the disadvantaged groups such as the disabled students. Her international engagement includes; visiting scholars at Babson College, MA, USA, the Faculty Fellow at the Stanford Technology Venture Program at Stanford University, California, USA, Steering Committee at Cambridge International Academics, (R&D private division in Cambridge, UK), national consultant for SME Cleantechs performance under the United Nation Industrial Development Office, Vienna, and had served as judges and mentors at various setting up of startups.|
Raja Suzana is currently the Founding Director for AI for Non-AI: creating AI STEMpreneur, a startup mentoring and coaching programme for graduates AI for all and entrepreneurship in Malaysia. She is widely recognised as a thought leader on issues on youth startup and social innovation and social entrepreneurship. Her main focus of work is on social innovation capacity and social impact evaluation. Raja Suzana has spoken widely on these topics in both local and Commonwealth countries. She has more than twenty years of experience in startup nation and is in charge of coordinating the Bottom 40 youth startup programmes at major universities, TVET institutions, youth NGOs and colleges in Malaysia. Raja Suzana works in close cooperation with Skills Development Division, Ministry of Human Resources for NOSS Technopreneur and Entrepreneur, and the Division of Technical and Vocational, Ministry of Education of Malaysia in developing entrepreneurship incubator centers. She is developing more than 200 youth startups, partnering with global mentor entrepreneurs as well as promoting excellence in entrepreneurial competency-based, social entrepreneurship, and social innovation capacity building. Her research, consultancy and teaching experience fall across a range of subjects centred on AI for Non-Ai enterprise strategy, social innovation, TVETpreneurship, STEMpreneurship, along with initiatives on incubator programmes, positive youth development and social entrepreneurship issues.
|Dr Amal Abdelhaleem|
|Amal got her Ph.D. degree from Civil and Environmental Engineering Dept., The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong. Currently, Amal is an assistant professor at Environmental Engineering Department, Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology. She worked as a Director of Environmental Projects at Medaf Investments company, Egypt. In this position, she shall provide leadership in the assessment of global industrial technologies related to water and wastewater treatment, clean energy, and solid and hazardous waste management especially waste to energy technologies and their potential implementation and application. She worked as a reviewer and grant proposal officer at the United Nations Volunteers. Additionally, she worked as an environmental researcher in the Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency for thirteen years. Her role included water and wastewater quality assessment, water and wastewater management, hazardous and non-hazardous wastes management. Her role extended to include providing the technical support and leadership in the implementation of the national emergency plans to combat marine pollution including oil spills, hazardous materials, etc. and upgrading local disaster risk assessment methodologies and disaster risk analysis systems from the environmental perspective. She published more than ten journal papers in high-impact factor journals (Q1) and participated in twelve international conferences and workshops. She has served as a reviewer for several journals including Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, Chemical Engineering Journal, Journal of Hazardous Materials, Sustainable Materials and Technologies, Electrochemical Science Advances, and Egyptian Journal of Chemistry.|
|Dr. Ahmed H. Hilles|
|Dr. Ahmed H. Hilles (Assistant Professor of Environmental Sciences): He is currently a postdoctoral researcher at Gent University, Belgium. Dr. Hilles awarded VLIR-UOS Scholarship in Technology for Integrated Water Management from University of Antwerp and Ghent University, Belgium, 2016. He holds a Ph.D. degree in environmental sciences from the Department of Environment Health at Alexandria University (2015). He is also a member of the steering committee as NFG of UNDP/GEF in Palestine. Dr. Hilles has worked as the Director of the Environmental Awareness Department at The Palestinian Environment Quality Authority for 12 years, from 2005 to 2017. In addition, he works as the Chairman (and founder) of the National Institute for Environment and Development (NIED), and as an Academic Lecturer (Master Program) at the Institute of Water and Environment at AL-Azhar University-Gaza. Moreover, Dr. Hilles works as a consultant and researcher with a number of local and international organizations working in the Gaza Strip and West Bank in the field of water and environment, green economy, disaster risk reduction, emergency management, WASH issues and public health topics. Dr. Hilles has published many refereed research papers, publications, and practical manuals. He also has conducted several projects in these fields. Dr. Hilles has delivered more than 3,343 training hours as a trainer for more than 19 years in his field of study and work targeted different types of trainees and community levels.|
|Dr AMBIKA HANCHATE|
|She completed her B.com graduation from G.H.college ,Karnataka University ,MBA +PGDBA from Assam down university and MIT Pune ,MA in economics from Rajasthan Alwar university and international import and export management from Bangalore ,Diploma from Hampi university ,and many shirt and long courses from across the world . At a very young age she became a social activist and involved in various NGOs across the nation and took charges from secretary to national president for different aspects .Being an well on English ,Kannada ,Telugu ,and Marathi language she had been worked as managing director on News country connection 24*7 channel , on social aspect in crime news as District president ,guiding and supporting many E -news portals , along that ,for proof reading she has been appointed as peer journal member on Research organization, Along these has been managed advisory board work being a part of editorial board on frontier magazines in Karnataka .As a creative writer ,Blogger in the literature field, daily social important days and social awareness posts are released on own website and Tavaragera news portal ,public voice portal and many more .and an entrepreneur, innovator ,and educator she has given her contribution in a versatile field . As an educator she has been a world volunteer jury in more than 16 international platform like in business ,world CEO award ,one planet ,Asia Pacific stevie etc and has won 1000$ as well in 2016 has rewarded .Along this in an individual she has been made 13 national l and world record in literature ,youngest ,achievements and education etc from various platform .She has been an ambassador of wordoid India Pvt Ltd ,journal scholar reviewed member at international research organization ,global change maker ,peace international ambassador ,has done lot of work and still an engage with all activities for enriching education and achievement for everyone’s struggle ,for her all time dedicated work she has been honored more than of 130 and recognized international level as well .She is the owner of green thinkerz award 2020 ,academic leader of 2020 etc . Being a member ,ambassador of SDG programmes ,GTx-TALK speaker I have given my own contribution toward SDG with many articles on various organizations .For overall her contribution she has been honored doctorate degree from various university .|
|Mr Munib -Ur-Rehman|
|Possesses M. S Degree in Project Management and currently pursuing Ph.D in Management Sciences under the area of Human Development. Participated in 6 international conferences as speaker and presenter. 27 published papers on sustainability, SDGs, Cooperatives, Human Development and Human Social Behaviour are on the credit. Also serving as visiting faculty in Cooperative Training College.|
Greatly contributed in community services with prime focus on SDGs. Participated in Active Citizen Program of the British Council Pakistan and won SAP of the YEAR AWARD on the projects of ACCESS TO WATER, KITCHEN GARDENING and MEDICINE BANK. Besides that, also served as Lead Facilitator in KNOW YOUR RIGHTS human rights awareness programme of youth parliament of Pakistan.
At present serving in Cooperatives Societies besides being Country Director for IYS PAKISTAN CHAPTER.
Proficient in Urdu, English, Punjabi and Arabic languages.
Dr .AMBIKA HANCHATE
IYS chapter -Karnataka ,INDIA
|We all human beings include many creatures on this earth living on this planet rather than other planets in this universe .Do you know why ? Because only on this planet we have all sufficient basic features to lead a life with water ,air ,food , education ,health ,energy ,economical ways ,shelter ,clothes etc . Even myths also says ” Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam “, that means we all are one family ” even can call it gender equality .don’t think that to where my words are connecting ,of course it’s reaching the same point of sustainable development goals (SDG) .|
“Where there is a unitenss ,peace globe will begin
Where there is the education ,gender equality will begin
Where there is respect (sanskar) , beliveness will begin .
SDG is not only a blueprint to achieve the 17 SDGs goals .It is our prime duty , responsibility ,until we can’t put a volunteer step hence we can’t create a perfect /indeed SDG ‘ Globe. Then how to deal with this in the theme of SDG’s ,let me explain in my point of view / as I know .
Introducing about SDG’s in brief
No poverty: UN has interconnected 2030 Agendas ,whiCh means it targeting to decrease the level of poverty line and along with UN ,many of poverty programme by other organisations are doing well ,as per the survey their is 3% target hit on to decrease but can’t reach out more ,even people are flowing from the extreme poverty without having basic needs too .
Zero Hunger : to fulfilling the tummy ,we all are working .But it’s raising globally cause of many facts in there unemployment ,lack of humanity ,corruption etc .Overall million people are affected and dying from the malnutrition in many of countries
Good health and well being : As we know health is wealth ,and it is our happiness ,activity ,having a well nutritions food but really is it enough to have good health ? No .As a volunteer we should raise the voice to give awareness about TB ,cancer ,aids , covid19 like many complex diseases which really need to be made free from the globe.
Quality education ” media took is universal right that’s why many countries adapted under constitutional level and planned in various levels to achieve Zero illiteracy by providing all kinds of sources. Also we are back to reaching the goal, we are unable to afford well infrastructures for learning .
Gender equality : equaliness between the male and female in all fields ,salary ,properties etc are must be needed ,it’s a human rights too in the universal .and one of the main heart centre goal in the SDGs ,but still we are facing many critical phases are in political ,social norms , blind belief, and other structural issues etc,
so that we are not reaching fully toward what the UN has a goal on .
Clean water and sanitation :very close thing we should know to first that is we are in endangered because if the environmental issue ,decreasing of surface water level ,deforestation ,mining , unbalancing nature system etc but targeting sanitation and safe water for all is the main theme that’s why every year in many occasion all kind government body’s ,instructions ,school ,colleges are made campaigns and many activities .
“If earth is wet ,we alive ,otherwise we will be dry without drop “
Affordable and clean energy : the whole universe is planted from the energy ,scientifically it’s true too ,every single object has its own energy itself .And this drives the whole universe ,then how could we imagine our life without energy ? There is many type sources are on earth in there some of renewable and some of not ,but still 800 millions are lack to use from the electricity ,so we have to invest on this to achieve the goal .But how ?With a doing these little actions :
“Switch off the lights while no use ,use LED bulbs instead of consuming electricity ,taught to people ,aware them.etc
Decent work and economic growth : here employment and economic level are emphasise to grow towards the Nation development .And off course without that it’s very critical to handle anything and the decent work meant here No pay gaps in between gender payment ,create opportunities ,before to stand up with the new startup in the economical zone ,there should be the green think to be tagged for go Green etc .
Industry ,innovation and infrastructure : those all are becoming a great stamina standard for the global development goals in all ways for the transport , communication Link’s will be connect from one to another nation ,innovations will build strong empowering young generations with technically and scientifically overall it’s playing vital role in the SDGs
Reduced inequalities : the title only describes about the inequalities ,it should not be involved in the any kind sectors especially in income and power category .without making disappropriate , discrimination ,guiltiness and look of the barriers we should not measure .With better investment and share focus must be drive to reach the goals .
Sustainable cities and communities :
This goal addresses the situation of slums and arranges their transport ,education ,basic necessities , cleanness ,clean and waste management etc topics will be covered but many surveys and data are proved that the urban areas are growing faster than the pollution themselves, hence relevant Consequences have arrived.
Responsible consumption and production :
Food to all and all for the production that means whatever the globe has been produce by the industries on this earth or may it providing by the nature ,we all are equally right holders to have it ,but our over extrication of resources ,waste distribution ,degradation of resources are highly making responsible us to reach this goal .
“Without production -No consumption
Without managing balanced nature -No lives “
Climate action :Climate action :it is one of the very important actions and everyone’s question about living for fresh air . it’s not a notice board alert goal it’s our awareness danger alert goal too ,without negligence we should start the work on it .
,because We all know day to day how we are polluting air ,water and everything by ruining our ozone layer simultaneously ,despite the media coverage we must work against this to control greenhouse emission, climate action etc.
In the Paris agreement ,suggesting a revitalized course to achieve the goal (signed back in 2016)and drastic action is still required to mitigate all clients related issues.
Life below water : specifically related to life under the sea ,topics covered for conserving sea related food ,how to sustainable oceans ,and marine resources this goal stand for completely of overfishing ,floods and impacts of ocean creatures generation .How universal organizational bodies are working for save towards wild animals for their life progress to coming generation like that in the oceans many Microorganisms are living so we have to achieve to save them as voluntarily and many’s are doing so well .
Life on land : this goal include the topic of agriculture and biodiversity ,day to day a new factory ,companies and real estate are landing on the land with deforestation by this cause our crop yielding are being less with using of more chemicals ,malnutrition are happening ,overall it’s cleaning/cut off land greenness .And another side wild animals poaching ,animal extinctions are making our life difficulty and our ecosystem too imbalanced .
Peace ,justice and strong institutions:
SDGs one of the main goals to promote peace globally ,say No WAR ,this goal can’t be reached overnight . possible only by the consistency of work by hand to hand . international homicides, child sex ,human trafficking ,child labour ,domestic violence so many topics will be covered under this goal .Yet to be achieving this goal by volunteer.. everywhere to self educate and awake to others ,and I am proud to say as I international ambassador peace I am happy to giving my promoting work by the blogging or positing work . Anyhow it’s a very large and deepest goal let’s all do together .
Partnership for the goals :
It’s all about to say that how to achieve all SDG goals ,by partnership ,fundraising , and innovatives ,may many off private organisations and multinational companies are donating towards to reach this goal as took a part in the CSR .And it’s best way to get engage with other partnerships to breaking the issues chains as well jointing the SDGs goal with many of exports ,scholars talk ,writers etc .It’s massive amalgamation of wonders to reach the goal .
Overall each goal has set its own framework in the way with a different step in the 2030 agenda . for what the reason, UN set’s this body in 2015 by UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY ,we all must be stand-up with those goal activities .By active partness , involving as self interest
,contributing some of our time ,donating as possible for the food program ,conducting campaigns ,and giving a little patience with peace to the SDGs 17 .Sure ,one day we reach our goals. if not all ,at least in some.
SDG is not only a mission .It’s mankind’s vision for healthy life to each one in the globe .
SDG, is not only a step to making for the greatest globe , it’s a heroism of humanity .
SDGs is not only a promotional banner ,it is our life and death map .
“SAVE THE LIVES AND REACH THE 17GOALS”
|2-The Important of Social Inclusion in Somaliland|
Ambassador of Sustainability, Somaliland
|Along with other social issues that have existed within the Somali community, social exclusion becomes one of the important problems that create conflicts. Some clans are not taken into consideration in the government decisions and social activities because they are viewed as less compared to others. Minorities are not the only group facing this problem. Women are also excluded from the parliament house. In this article I am going to discuss the importance of social inclusion for these two groups; women and minority groups.|
The minority groups in the Somali community, who are estimated as one third of the Somali people(approximately 2,000,000), are facing a huge challenge in getting their basic rights. Somaliland elections is clan based system were major clans have the power to decide who will be the next president. This means that minorities can’t be elected or have equal seats at the decision making table. Social segregation of these ethnic groups made them face much exclusion in jobs, settlements and education.. etc. In fact, the recent situation of Covid-19 affected these groups the most due to their vulnerability.
There has been a progress in gender equality in Somaliland for the last ten years, yet women are facing discrimination in jobs and politics.They are paid less compared to men. Culturally, Somali women’s role outside of their home is viewed as invaluable.
They can’t have seats in the parliament house or even quota.Even though community elders refuse women political participation, few discussions are taking place on this regard. Exclusion of women from all decision making processes both on governmental and societal level made Somali women’s voice weak. Their issues such as rape and gender based violence are always overlooked. Social inclusion can be implemented in many ways. We can initiate awareness programs for the community regarding the rights of both women and minority groups in political participation and in other aspects of life.
Somali women are becoming stronger because of education; they are activist, business owners and social entrepreneurs. To achieve gender equality we need an actual implementation of SDG4. We need to establish quota for women in parliament. Social equality is so important because one of the main causes of the civil war was preventing some clans from practicing their political rights. The government can also create programs for minorities such as skills training and facilitate access to education, create jobs as well as better settlement. In my conclusion, social development should be free from any discrimination and include every member of the community.
|3-Web-Based Teaching to Promote Sustainability|
Dr. Sanghamitra Adhya*
Associate Professor, Department of Geography, Kalyani Mahavidyalaya, West Bengal, India
|Technologies can improve teaching environments in all fields of education, increase learning skills of students, reduce education expenses and improve the learning environment for students. The use of internet as a learning medium is attractive, accessible from anywhere and anytime in the world. During crisis period internet is a basic necessity for life. The educational systems around the world have witnessed the greatest shift towards online learning as countries are on lockdown condition in 2020 due to the coronavirus outbreak. The teaching methods, digital skills, virtual classroom management and developments are changing very rapidly through internet. It is especially important at this point of time to reach as many students as possible and teachers are continuously updating their content standards for all subjects as well as implementing new web-based assessments. There is great potential in alternative teaching and learning methods. |
The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification and webinars are popular approaches for teaching online. The emergence of information technologies, creation of simulated situation and virtual explorations opened a new horizon for teaching and learning. The application of Geographical Information System (GIS) helps to take decision in many fields of education. The last twenty years has generally seen a steady expansion of web-based learning environment for Geographic education. The design, development of online teaching in Geography can create geospatial revolution. The application of geospatial mapping in public health could be traced back to 1854 when the water source responsible for the cholera outbreak in London was identified using Geographical Information System (GIS) by an English Physician John Snow.
In the present time, the application of geospatial mapping has extended to various other aspects of public health like disease surveillance, spatial epidemiology, child immunization tracking and health policy research. Collection and analysis of geospatial data in project evaluation can be done by linking multiple geospatial data points like location of the study area, chronological order of land cover changes from academic literature and the influence of external factors like forest fire, expansion of settlement, agricultural production etc. Pixels are the main units of analysis representing the Earth’s surface in digital images. The mapping tools enable the spatial representation of the earth’s surface features and its relationship to natural and built environments strengthening the planning capabilities in all spheres. Geospatial data helps to identify evaluation of questions like the effectiveness of web-based projects in data analysis and the heterogeneity in the effectiveness of the secondary data-based project.
The information on the web is virtually platform independent, unequalled in its capacity to reach many users at minimal costs. The web puts new dimension into the map as a cartographic metaphor. Digital maps, presented in a web browser allow for the dynamic and interactive dissemination of geospatial data. They offer new mapping techniques compared to traditional printed maps. Web maps can be classified into two main categories, static and dynamic web maps.
In a technological era, television, electronic toys, video games, mobile, computer, internet influence in receiving and processing information about geography through multi-sensory sources. As a result, field-based teaching techniques dramatically changed due to decreasing field survey in nature. Geographical websites, social-networking sites, Google Earth, Google Maps, YouTube videos, three-dimensional stereoscopic video movies, photo sharing sites like Panorama Studio, Flicker, Picasa, documents, images, graphs, facts and figures to teach and learn geography online.
An emergency planning promotes safety awareness and shows the education institutional commitment to the stake holders- students, teachers, guardians and communities. Preplanning is necessary for emergency situation. An urgent need for rapid decisions, shortage of time, lack of resources and trained personnel can lead to chaos during an emergency. Covid-19 has forced educational institutions across the world to suspend physical classrooms and shift to online classes.
There are many mobile learning apps which can be part of human life and add fun to the learning. The following lessons can be followed in online teaching:
Utilization of open data resources and tools Using of geospatial methods within mixed method approaches Coordination among multidisciplinary teams Dynamic learning and operating skills in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Live online programs
A technologically sound educator can teach the students and digitally record the whole session. Then he/she can upload it to the web and add daily supplementary videos, notes, comments and feedback from students over a period of time. It would be available online and could be viewed by anyone who wants to learn. The national digital library can be formed in this way.
The location independent e-learning is a well-rounded and effective educational practice needed for the capacity building of young students especially during crisis period. It will develop skills that will drive their employability, productivity, health and wellbeing in the coming years and ensure the overall progress of education.
ترجمة الدكتور وسام احمد المدهون
مدير مركز التنمية المستدامة-جامعة غزة,فلسطين
حتى قبل جائحة كوفيد -19 في عام 2020 ، كانت الرأسمالية عالقة. لم يكن لديها إجابات لمجموعة من المشاكل ، بما في ذلك المرض ، وعدم المساواة ، والفجوة الرقمية ، وربما الأكثر وضوحًا ، الأزمة البيئية.
ينظر اقتصاد المهمة إلى التحديات الكبرى التي تواجهنا بطريقة جديدة جذرية ، بحجة أنه يجب علينا إعادة التفكير في قدرات ودور الحكومة في الاقتصاد والمجتمع ، وقبل كل شيء استعادة الشعور بالهدف العام.
لحل الأزمات الهائلة التي تواجهنا ، يجب أن نكون مبتكرين – يجب أن نستخدم التفكير التعاوني الموجه نحو المهمة مع تقديم وجهة نظر أصحاب المصلحة للشراكات بين القطاعين العام والخاص مما يعني ليس فقط المخاطرة معًا ولكن أيضًا تقاسم المكافآت. نحن بحاجة إلى التفكير بشكل أكبر وتعبئة مواردنا بطريقة جريئة وملهمة مثل الهبوط على سطح القمر – هذه المرة لحل أكثر المشكلات الاجتماعية “شرًا” في عصرنا.
لا يمكننا البدء في العثور على إجابات إلا إذا قمنا بإعادة هيكلة الرأسمالية بشكل أساسي لجعلها شاملة ومستدامة ومدفوعة بالابتكار الذي يعالج مشاكل ملموسة. وهذا يعني تغيير أدوات الحكومة وثقافتها ، وإنشاء علامات جديدة لحوكمة الشركات ، وضمان اندماج الشركات والمجتمع والحكومة لتقاسم هدف مشترك.
فعلنا ذلك للذهاب إلى القمر. يمكننا أن نفعل ذلك مرة أخرى لإصلاح مشاكلنا وتحسين حياة كل واحد منا.
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Dr Wesam Al Madhoun,
Dr. Al Madhoun holds a PhD of Environmental Engineering from Universiti Sains Malaysia, a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Malaysia Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT) and A fellowship on Sustainable Cities at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He has 15 years of working experience (teaching, training, research and consultancy), where he had assignments in Palestine, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, South Korea, USA and Canada. He was a Research Professor at University of Seoul and a visiting scholar at University of Windsor. Dr Al Madhoun conducted several international training programs of Sustainable Development and Environmental Assessment. He also was a consultant” for the international project “Building Healthy Cities in Indonesia”. In terms of publications, he has more than 50 papers published at international peer reviewed journals and international conferences. Currently he is leading a global initiative “Impact Youth Sustainability – Ambassadors of Sustainability” which has more than 10400 members from 120 countries and He is the Director for Centre of Sustainable Development at Gaza University.
The International Training Program “Ambassadors of Sustainability” was conducted twice on the 10-14 Aug 2020 and 19-23 Oct 2020.
The training program consist of 10 hours program which covers; Introduction on Sustainability and SDG’s, Economic Sustainability, Environmental Sustainability, Governance and Leadership for Sustainability.
These trainings were conducted in collaboration among, The Micropollutant Research Centre (MPRC) and Sustainable Campus Office (SCO) at UNIVERSITI TUN HUSSEIN ONN MALAYSIA, Institute Teknologi Sumatera (ITERA), Indonesia and Impact Youth Sustainability.
- Assessment of Indoor Air Quality in the Neonatal Intensive Care Units.
- Relationship between Indoor Air Quality and Lower Respiratory Tract Infection among Children.
- Assessment of Indoor Microbial Quality of Science Laboratories at Universities.
- Effect of Exposure to Cement Dust on Pulmonary Function among Cement Plants Workers.
- Effect of traffic emissions on respiratory system of nonsmoking Traffic Policemen.
- Althuwaynee, O., A. Balogun, and WA. Al Madhoun. (2020). “Air Pollution Hazard Assessment Using Decision Tree Algorithms and Bivariate Probability Cluster Polar Function: Evaluating Inter-Correlation Clusters of PM10 and Other Air Pollutants.” GIScience and Remote Sensing 57. doi:10.1080/15481603.2020.1712064.
- WA Al Madhoun, AA Firdaus, HA Isiyaka. (2019), Sustainable assessment of academic buildings at Universiti Teknologi Petronas campus, IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 228 (1), 012021
- M Hustim, A El Zaza, W Al Madhoun, ZA Heen, SH Aly, MI Ramli. (2018)” Assessing Noise Pollution and its Impact on Student’s Blood Pressure and Their Learning Performance in Palestine, MATEC Web of Conferences 203, 03008.
- AlMadhoun, Wesam, Rami Mokat, Zeyad Abu Hein, M. Rashid, and Mohd Shahrul Mohd Nadzir. (2017). “Carbon Dioxide Emission from Traffic and Its Impact on Micro-Climate Change in Gaza City, Palestine.” The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses 9 (2): 43-52. doi:10.18848/1835-7156/CGP/v09i02/43-52.
- WA Al Madhoun, RM Mokat, ZHA Hein, M Isahak (2016). Assessment of Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Traffic and Its Health Impact in Gaza, Palestine, Public Health Research, Public Health Research, 6 (1). pp. 18-23.
- Al Madhoun, W. A., Ramli, N. A., Yahaya, A. S., Rashid, M., (2016). Temporal Distribution of Non Methane Hydrocarbon (NMHC) in A Developing Equatorial Island. Air Qual Atmos Hlth. 9(3), 303–310..
- Aljeesh,Y. Al Madhoun,W. El Jabaly, S.(2015). Effect of Exposure to Cement Dust on Pulmonary Function among Cement Plants Workers in the Middle Governorate, Gaza, Palestine, Public Health Research 2015, 5(5): 129-134, DOI: 10.5923/j.phr.20150505.01
- Maher Elbayoumi, Nor Azam Ramli, Noor Faizah Fitri Md Yusof, Wesam Al Madhoun. (2015). Seasonal Variation in Schools’ Indoor Air Environments and Health Symptoms among Students in an Eastern Mediterranean Climate. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal, 21(1), 184-204.
- Maher Elbayoumi, Nor Azam Ramli, Noor Faizah Fitri Md Yusof,Wesam Al Madhoun. (2014). The effect of seasonal variation on indoor and outdoor carbon monoxide concentrations in Eastern Mediterranean climate, Atmospheric Pollution Research,5 (2), 315–324.
- Maher Elbayoumi, Nor Azam Ramli, Noor Faizah Fitri Md Yusof, Ahmad Shukri Bin Yahaya, Wesam Al Madhoun, Ahmed Zia Ul-Saufie. (2014), Multivariate methods for indoor PM10 and PM2.5 modelling in naturally ventilated schools buildings, Atmospheric Environment, 94, 11-21.
- Maher Elbayoumi, Nor Azam Ramli, Noor Faizah Fitri Md Yusof, Wesam Al Madhoun. (2013). Spatial and seasonal variation of particulate matter (PM10 and PM2.5) in Middle Eastern classrooms, Atmospheric Environment,80, 389–397.
- Maher Elbayoumi, Nor Azam Ramli, Noor Faizah Fitri Md Yusof, Wesam Al Madhoun. (2013). An Exposure Level of Fine Particulate Matter in Various Schools in Gaza Strip, Palestine, International Journal of Environmental Protection, 3 (12), 15-22..
- Al Madhoun W A, N.A. Ramli, A. S. Yahaya. (2012). Monitoring of TVOC and Benzene Emitted From Different Sources. Journal of Engineering Science. 8, 59-67.
- Al Madhoun W A, Ramli N A, Yahaya A S, Yusof N F, Ghazali N A, Sansuddin N, (2011). Levels of benzene concentrations emitted from motor vehicles in various sites in Nibong Tebal, Malaysia. Air Qual Atmos Health, 4(2), 103–109.
- Nurulilyana Sansuddin, Nor Azam Ramli, Ahmad Shukri Yahaya, Noor Faizah Fitri Md Yusof · Nurul Adyani Ghazali, Wesam al Madhoun. (2011). Statistical analysis of PM10 concentrations at different locations in Malaysia, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 180 (1), 573–588.
- Noor Faizah Fitri Md Yusof · Nor Azam Ramli · Ahmad Shukri Yahaya · Nurulilyana Sansuddin · Nurul Adyani Ghazali, Wesam al Madhoun. (2010). Monsoonal Differences and Probability Distribution of PM10 Concentration. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 163 (1), 655–667.
- Nurul Adyani Ghazali, Nor Azam Ramli, Ahmad Shukri Yahaya, Noor Faizah Fitri Md Yusof, Nurulilyana Sansuddin, Wesam Al Madhoun. (2010). Transformation of Nitrogen Dioxide into Ozone and Prediction of Ozone Concentrations Using Multiple Linear Regression Technique. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 165 (1), 475–489.