European Journal of Environmental Studies

The European Journal of Environmental Studies (EJES) is dedicated to advancing scholarly knowledge in the field of environmental studies. We publish research that explores various facets of environmental issues through a rigorous peer-review process. EJES values inclusivity, practicality, and active engagement among scholars, practitioners, and enthusiasts involved in the study of environmental matters. Our journal welcomes research that delves into a wide range of environmental topics. We encourage articles addressing pressing environmental concerns, including but not limited to climate change, biodiversity conservation, sustainable development, and environmental policy. EJES provides a platform for studies on the historical and cultural dimensions of environmental issues, examining their significance and evolving patterns. Additionally, we support articles that foster dialogue and understanding among stakeholders in the environmental sector, from policymakers to conservationists. Theoretical analyses that explore the core concepts and practices within environmental studies are also welcome in EJES. Special emphasis is placed on research related to the dynamic and evolving nature of environmental challenges, considering their social, economic, and ecological dimensions. The European Journal of Environmental Studies aims to engage a diverse audience, including specialists, practitioners, and students interested in the field of environmental studies. We also welcome articles of regional significance, especially those offering insights and lessons that can be applied to different environmental contexts around the world. Whether your research focuses on environmental policy, ecological restoration, sustainability practices, or any other related discipline, EJES provides a platform for sharing valuable insights, fostering academic exchange, and facilitating a deeper understanding of environmental issues on a global scale.

The European Journal of Environmental Studies is published online in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian. Research works accepted: articles (descriptive or analytic), communications, intervention studies, case studies, technical notes, methods researches, book reviews, commentaries, essays, short reports, etc. Printed copies of the journal are available on request.

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Covered Research Areas

This list reflects the broad scope of Environmental Studies, encompassing various aspects of the environment, sustainability, and human-environment interactions:

  • Environmental Science: Environmental science is the interdisciplinary study of the natural world, ecosystems, and the physical environment. It seeks to understand the complex interactions between living organisms and their surroundings, including the impacts of human activities on the environment. This field encompasses a wide range of topics, including ecology, geology, climatology, and biology, to address environmental challenges and promote sustainable practices.
  • Environmental Policy and Governance: Environmental policy and governance involve the analysis of policies, regulations, and governance structures that govern environmental protection. This field examines the development, implementation, and evaluation of laws and regulations aimed at addressing environmental issues and promoting sustainability. It also considers the roles of government agencies, non-governmental organizations, and international agreements in shaping environmental policies.
  • Climate Change and Climate Science: Climate change and climate science focus on the study of climate patterns, the causes of climate change (such as greenhouse gas emissions), and strategies for mitigating its impacts. Researchers in this field analyze historical climate data, model future climate scenarios, and develop solutions to reduce the negative consequences of global warming, including rising temperatures, sea-level rise, and extreme weather events.
  • Biodiversity and Conservation: Biodiversity and conservation involve the research and preservation of the variety of life forms on Earth. This field explores the richness of species, ecosystems, and genetic diversity. Conservation efforts aim to protect and sustainably manage biodiversity, including endangered species and fragile ecosystems, to maintain ecological balance and ecosystem services.
  • Environmental Impact Assessment: Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a process that examines the environmental effects of development projects, policies, or activities before they are approved or implemented. EIAs help identify potential environmental risks and propose mitigation measures to minimize negative impacts. This field ensures that decision-makers consider environmental factors when making choices that could affect the environment.
  • Sustainability Studies: Sustainability studies involve the analysis of practices, development models, and resource management strategies that promote long-term environmental, social, and economic sustainability. It explores ways to meet current needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs, addressing issues such as renewable energy, sustainable agriculture, and responsible consumption.
  • Environmental Ethics: Environmental ethics explores the ethical issues related to the environment and human interaction with nature. This field considers questions about the moral obligations of individuals and societies toward the environment and non-human species. It often engages with topics like anthropocentrism, biocentrism, and ecocentrism to develop ethical frameworks for environmental decision-making.
  • Environmental Justice: Environmental justice research focuses on the equitable distribution of environmental benefits and burdens among different communities. It examines how vulnerable populations may disproportionately bear the negative consequences of environmental pollution, while others enjoy environmental benefits. This field advocates for fair and just environmental policies and practices.
  • Ecology: Ecology is the scientific study of interactions among organisms and their environments. It explores how living organisms interact with each other and with their physical surroundings. Ecologists investigate topics such as population dynamics, food webs, nutrient cycling, and the relationships between species and their habitats.
  • Natural Resource Management: Natural resource management involves the analysis of the sustainable use and conservation of natural resources, including water, forests, minerals, and more. This field aims to balance human resource needs with ecological preservation, ensuring that resources are used efficiently and responsibly to meet current and future demands while minimizing environmental degradation.
  • Environmental Education: Environmental education involves the study and development of educational programs and strategies aimed at increasing public awareness and understanding of environmental issues, as well as promoting responsible and sustainable environmental stewardship. It encompasses a wide range of formal and informal learning activities designed to empower individuals with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to make informed decisions and take environmentally responsible actions.
  • Renewable Energy: Renewable energy refers to the exploration and utilization of alternative energy sources that are naturally replenished and environmentally sustainable. These sources include solar energy, wind energy, hydroelectric power, geothermal energy, and biomass. Renewable energy technologies are harnessed to generate electricity, heat, and other forms of energy while minimizing greenhouse gas emissions and reducing dependence on fossil fuels.
  • Water Resources and Management: This field involves the comprehensive study of water-related issues, including water quality, availability, and sustainable management practices. It encompasses research on freshwater resources, watershed management, water conservation, water pollution control, and the equitable distribution of water for various uses, such as drinking water, agriculture, and industrial processes.
  • Soil Science: Soil science focuses on the scientific investigation of soils and their properties, functions, and management. Researchers in this field study soil composition, structure, fertility, and health. They explore topics such as soil erosion prevention, soil conservation, and sustainable agricultural practices to ensure the long-term viability of soils for food production and environmental stability.
  • Air Quality and Pollution Control: This area involves the examination of air quality, the sources and impacts of air pollution, and the development and implementation of measures to control and mitigate air pollutants. Researchers and policymakers work to monitor air quality, identify sources of pollution (such as industrial emissions and vehicle exhaust), and design strategies to reduce emissions and protect public health.
  • Waste Management: Waste management encompasses the systematic assessment, planning, and implementation of strategies to handle and dispose of waste materials efficiently, sustainably, and safely. It includes waste reduction, recycling, composting, waste-to-energy technologies, and proper disposal practices to minimize the environmental and health impacts of waste generation.
  • Urban Sustainability: Urban sustainability involves research and planning efforts aimed at creating and maintaining environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable urban environments. This field explores sustainable urban development, green infrastructure, public transportation, energy-efficient building design, and the integration of nature into cities to improve residents' quality of life while reducing environmental impacts.
  • Marine and Coastal Ecology: Marine and coastal ecology focuses on the study of ecosystems in marine environments, including oceans, seas, and coastal areas. Researchers investigate the biodiversity, ecological processes, and conservation of these ecosystems. Coastal management is also a critical aspect, addressing issues such as shoreline protection, habitat preservation, and sustainable fisheries.
  • Environmental Health: Environmental health examines the relationships between environmental factors and human health. Researchers in this field study how exposure to pollutants, contaminants, and hazardous substances in air, water, soil, and food can impact human well-being. They work to assess and mitigate health risks and promote policies and practices that protect public health.
  • Ecosystem Services: Ecosystem services are the valuable benefits and functions that ecosystems provide to humanity. These include services such as pollination of crops by bees, water purification by wetlands, carbon sequestration in forests, and the provision of food and raw materials. Understanding and quantifying ecosystem services are essential for making informed decisions regarding conservation and sustainable resource management.
  • Environmental History: Environmental history is a branch of historical research that focuses on the historical interactions between human societies and the environment. It explores how environmental factors have influenced historical events and how human actions have shaped landscapes and ecosystems over time. Environmental historians analyze historical documents, narratives, and archives to gain insights into the complex relationships between culture, society, and the natural world.
  • Environmental Communication: Environmental communication involves the exploration of effective communication strategies for environmental issues. Researchers in this field study how information about environmental problems, conservation efforts, and sustainability initiatives is conveyed to the public, policymakers, and stakeholders. They assess the impact of various communication channels, such as media, advocacy campaigns, and social networks, on shaping public perceptions and influencing decision-making related to the environment.
  • Green Technology: Green technology, also known as clean technology, is the study of technological innovations aimed at reducing environmental impact. Researchers in this field develop and evaluate technologies and practices that promote sustainability and environmental protection. This includes innovations in energy efficiency, waste reduction, renewable energy, and eco-friendly materials and processes.
  • Environmental Law: Environmental law research involves the analysis of legal frameworks related to environmental protection and conservation. Researchers examine national and international laws, regulations, and treaties that govern environmental issues. They assess the effectiveness of legal mechanisms in addressing environmental challenges, enforcing environmental regulations, and promoting sustainable practices.
  • Land Use Planning: Land use planning research centers on the examination of land development, zoning, and land conservation strategies. It involves the study of policies and practices that guide the allocation of land for various purposes, including residential, commercial, agricultural, and natural areas. Researchers aim to balance economic development with environmental conservation through effective land use planning.
  • Sustainable Agriculture: Sustainable agriculture research focuses on environmentally friendly farming practices and food security. Researchers study methods that promote soil health, reduce the use of chemical inputs, and enhance crop resilience. Sustainable agriculture aims to ensure long-term food production while minimizing negative impacts on ecosystems and natural resources.
  • Environmental Sociology: Environmental sociology is the study of the social aspects of environmental issues and environmental movements. Researchers in this field examine how societal values, norms, and institutions influence human interactions with the environment. They also investigate the dynamics of environmental activism, environmental justice movements, and public attitudes toward environmental problems.
  • Conservation Biology: Conservation biology involves the analysis of strategies to protect and conserve endangered species and ecosystems. Researchers in this field study biodiversity, habitat preservation, and the management of protected areas. They develop conservation plans and assess the ecological and genetic factors that contribute to species conservation.
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS): Geographic Information Systems (GIS) research explores spatial analysis tools for environmental research and planning. Researchers use GIS technology to collect, analyze, and visualize geographic data related to environmental variables, such as land use, climate, and natural resources. GIS plays a crucial role in environmental modeling, resource management, and decision-making.
  • Environmental Economics: Environmental economics research focuses on the economic aspects of environmental management. It includes the study of cost-benefit analysis, market-based solutions, and economic instruments for addressing environmental challenges. Researchers assess the economic impacts of environmental policies and explore strategies to internalize environmental externalities while promoting sustainable economic development.



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