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Taylor and Francis publish a wide variety of Environmental Science journals that cover topics such as climate change, sustainability, pollution and waste management, risk assessment, Bioremediation, soil and land use.
In these times of heightened awareness of our impact on the Earth, its climate and the biosphere we share with all living beings and matter, this research is essential to furthering the scientific community’s knowledge. Our collection of Environmental Science journals cover many of the different UN SDGs such as resilient infrastructure, sustainable consumption and mitigation of humanity’s impact on ecosystems. Visit each journal to read its Aims & Scopes, how to submit, and more.
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research
Original research covering a variety of disciplines including ecology, climatology, geomorphology, glaciology, hydrology, paleoceanography, biogeochemistry, and social science
Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy
Seeking to catalyze social innovations that enable sustainable transitions to meet global climate change and other socio-environmental challenges
Environmental Pollutants and Bioavailability
Insights on the chemical aspects of pollutants in the environment and biota, and their impacts on the uptake of the substances by living organisms