International Journal of Interdisciplinary Environmental Science
Published for the Foundation for Environmental Conservation by Cambridge University Press
Impact factor: 2.7 (2022 Journal Citation Reports © Clarivate)
Environmental Conservation is one of the longest-standing, most highly-cited of the interdisciplinary environmental science journals. It includes research papers, reports, comments and subject reviews addressing environmental policy, practice, and natural and social science of environmental concern at the global level, informed by rigorous local level case studies. The journal’s scope is very broad, including issues in human institutions, ecosystem change, resource utilisation, terrestrial biomes, aquatic systems, and coastal and land use management. Environmental Conservation is essential reading for all environmentalists, managers, consultants, agency workers and scientists wishing to keep abreast of current developments in environmental science. Selected papers are made freely available online as part of EC Perspectives.
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