Focus And Scope
The journal's aim is to advance and disseminate knowledge in all the related areas of environmental management, pollution remediation, environmental analysis and assessment, and sustainable development goals (SDGs).
Subject areas include, but are not limited to:
- Bioprocesses engineering: Absorption and bioremediation, biochemistry, engineered biocatalysis and biotransformation, metabolic engineering and systems biology, bioseparation and bioprocess engineering, environmental and food biotechnology, etc.
- Environmental protection: Pollution monitoring and modeling, pollution prevention and control, environmental quality measurement and management, sources of pollution, hazardous materials management, waste management, etc.
- Environmental analysis and assessment: Design and development of monitoring systems, sampling techniques, optimization of monitoring networks, the use of biological indicators, pollution indices, monitoring systems designed to detect environmental changes, pollution concentration in air, water, and soil systems, etc.
- Pollution management: Air, soil, and water pollution management, toxicology management
- Public health: Public health practice and impact, health Protection including control of communicable diseases, public health policy, public health programmes or interventions, etc.
- Environmental policy and regulation: Analyses of environmental governance at different spatial levels, analyses of decision making practices in government, civil society, and businesses and the ways that they engage environmental knowledge, etc.
- Nanotoxicology: Nanomaterials for consumer products (paints, cosmetics, electronics and clothing), nanoparticles designed for environmental applications (such as remediation), etc.
- Sustainable development goals (SDGs): All related aspects on applying the concept of sustainability on resources and buildings
- Climate policy and climate management: Assessment and management approaches for climate-sensitive sectors, the application of seasonal forecasting and regional climate change projections, climate-sensitive interactions between economic, environmental and social systems, impacts, vulnerability and adaptation at individual, community and institutional levels, etc.
- Water resource managements: Water demand and consumption management, Surface and groundwater hydrology management, simulation and modelling of water resource, forecasting and control of quantity and quality of water, economic and social aspects of water use, legislation and water resources protection, etc.