Librello thanks our Institutional Members for helping us in our effort to create a
sustainable and comprehensive system of open-access publishing.
The following institutions are members of Librello, all their affiliated members can submit an unlimited number of manuscripts to any of our journals without the need for an individual membership.
The Michigan Tech Open Sustainability Technology (MOST)
The Michigan Tech Open Sustainability Technology (MOST) research group focuses on open and applied sustainability, which is the application of science and innovation to ensure a better quality of life for all, now and into the future, in a just and equitable manner, whilst living within the limits of supporting ecosystems. Specifically MOST is interested in exploring the way solar energy can be used to provide clean sustainable electricity through photovoltaic devices and how the sharing of open source hardware and software can create sustainable and equitable means of production.
The Organic Research Centre
The Organic Research Centre (ORC) is the UK’s leading independent research centre for the development of organic/agroecological food production and land management solutions to key global issues including climate change, soil and biodiversity conservation, and food security. Established in 1980 by David Astor, the Progressive Farming Trust Ltd., ORC’s parent educational charity, has continued to pursue the visionary sustainability goals of its founders.