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Celebrating World Environment Day on ScienceOpen!

Celebrating World Environment Day on ScienceOpen!

ScienceOpen joins the global call today on World Environment Day to Beat Plastic Pollution. We have been actively supporting publishers and scientists working towards sustainability, and today we want to highlight research that benefits our communities, the environment and the planet.

We invite all of our users to show their support for environmental research and join us in promoting scientific progress and scholarly work that contributes to the topic and addresses important issues like the fight agains plastic pollution.

Interested in artciles related to plastic polution? Our search engine gives you easy access to hundreds of publications covering this topic. Learn more here.

Open and high-quality research on UCL Open Environment’s collections

UCL Open: Environment is the environment subject strand of UCL Open that features high-quality inter- and multi-disciplinary research with an interest in all aspects of environment related research – from life and earth sciences, as well as medical, physical, engineering, and social sciences.

UCL Open: Environment is the result of a collaborative effort between UCL Press and ScienceOpen to create a journal based on open review principles. In the UCL Open Environment collection, scholars can observe the open peer review workflow in action and participate in the process by reviewing or inviting fellow scholars to participate.

The rich discovery environment of ScienceOpen helps in the identification of expert reviewers, and our interface allows editors, authors, and researchers to browse registered users’ profiles by affiliation, keywords, publication numbers, and other criteria.

This collection provides a multidisciplinary overview of meeting points between science and environment and promotes academic excellence through its many special series and special collections. For each series, ScienceOpen provides the collection infrastructure, accompanied by all the discovery services and tools that help the promotion and dissemination of important knowledge.

Special series on Community Responses to Climate Change

Special series on the UNFCCC/COP

Special series on COVID-19 interactions with our Environment

Climate Change and Human Health

Climate Change and Human Health is a relatively new collection by PLOS on ScienceOpen, which features open access research that supports decision-making at the nexus of climate and health.

With Climate Change affecting our daily lives more and more, this collection by PLOS helps to build a strong and openly accessible evidence base for decision-making and assessing potential adaptations to build healthier and more resilient societies. 

Explore the collection and show your support for climate-focused research:

Discovering the History of Environment

The Journal for the History of Environment and Society by Brepols aims to be a leading online and open access publication that covers various aspects of environmental history in the broadest sense of the word. Emphasis is upon studies which focus on the historical relations between environmental changes and the social-historical context

The Journal features articles in English, French and German, and provides a great source of content for researchers and scholars adressing current challenges with best-practice and lessons learned from historical events in the past.

Explore and follow the collection for more content like:

Books for the environment!

ScienceOpen features over 86 million publications in its network, out of which over 7.7 million books and 2 million book chapter records.

Explore books from our diverse community of book publishers and university presses and celebrate World Environment Day with scholarly excellence!

Contribute to highlighting environmental research on ScienceOpen!

Are you a researcher interested in environmental research? On ScienceOpen you can explore various disciplines and a diverse scholarship. Our services allow you to become a collection editor as well. If you are interested in creating your own environment-related researcher collection, get in touch with us today!

Get some inspirations from great researcher collections like the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems Collection by José R. Ferrer-Paris.

Start discovering today hundreds of publications and studies supporting the eradication of plastic pollution from our seas, oceans, and nature and other environmnet-related topics on ScienceOpen.

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