Publication in JEICC is FREE. Thus, it does not require any payment of page or publication charges by authors. JEICC is an open-access journal, which means all contents are freely available over the internet to any reader.
About the Journal
Journal of Environmental Issues and Climate Change (JEICC) is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research articles in English, triannually in February, June and October, that are focused on natural and climatic elements of environmental studies. The journal emphasizes interdisciplinary approaches that combine techniques from environmental and social analysis, climatology, biology, environmental issues, biodiversity, and ecology. The mission of JEICC is to offer a forum for global scientists to promote, exchange, and discuss numerous new concerns and advancements in various fields of natural and environmental science. Researchers and scientists are welcome to submit work to us if they want to advance science or society by introducing novel methods or insights. Readers have free access to all the resources. The aim of the Journal of Environmental Issues and Climate Change (JEICC) is to share knowledge and spread awareness about our environmental issues and climate change.
Scope: Journal of Environmental Issues and Climate Change (JEICC) seeks review articles, case reports, and original contributions from all areas of:
- Atmospheric, Terrestrial, and Aquatic Environments
- Anthropogenic environment
- Biodiversity and Ecology
- Climate Change
- Environmental Technology
- Environmental health and pollution
- Environmental Microbiology
- Emerging pollutants and contaminants
- GIS and remote sensing
- Natural Environment
- Biological Sciences
- Marine Biology
- Environmental Technologies
JEICC invites original Research Papers, Review articles, Technical or Case reports and Short communications that are not published or not being considered for publication.
Why is JEICC important?
The greatest threat to human existence right now is global climate change. It is a result of human activity, and its effects, including rising sea levels, extreme weather events, natural disasters, food poverty, and economic instability, among others, disproportionately harm the most defenseless, least accountable, and least adaptable individuals. National and international action and policy reforms are necessary to combat global warming and climate change. Individuals, families, and communities all have important roles to play, though. So this journal will be a suitable platform to share new knowledge, identify the real environmental problems and find new solutions.