Journal of Environmental Hazards aimed at addressing a wide range of environmentally hazardous events such as natural and manmade disasters and their immediate as well as long term effects on the ecosystem. The key goal of the journal is to highlight the impact of environmental hazards on human health and the ecosystem at large. The journal is keen in raising the awareness levels of its readers and users on various issues related to vulnerability and the risk involved due to the hazardous substances present in the environment.
The journal prominently projects research in areas including but not limited to pollution, transport and fate of pollutants in the environment, heavy metals and organic compounds in the environment, industrial ecology, physical hazards, biological hazards, chemical hazards, planetary hazards, hazardous waste management, bioremediation of contaminated sites, deforestation, global warming, overpopulation, ecological and human risk assessment, environmental impact assessment, improved energy management, physical alteration of the natural environment, and improper management of human waste.
The Journal of Environmental Hazards caters to a vast section of readers including: disaster management experts, waste management personnel, environmental activists, health practitioners, climate change experts, ecologists, toxicologists, microbiologists, environmental advocates, NGOs and policy-makers, keen on preserving the ecological balance.
The Journal aims to publish the most reliable and complete source of information on discoveries and current developments in the form of research articles, review articles, case reports and short communications. All the articles are peer reviewed and published under the guidance of the Editorial Board, on an open access platform.
Ajah Uzoigwe James
Young Research Forum