New Journals in Environmental Science and Health

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We are pleased to inform you we have recently launched five new peer-reviewed titles in the Environmental Science and Health portfolio.

Groundwater for Sustainable Development

Groundwater for Sustainable DevelopmentGroundwater for Sustainable Development aims to be a platform for sharing knowledge and experience on groundwater matters on a worldwide scale and across disciplines is an effective strategy to identify and promote optimal approaches to the assessment, development and management of groundwater resources.

It is aimed at professionals, academics and students in the fields of disciplines such as: groundwater and its connection to surface hydrology and environment, soil sciences, engineering, ecology, microbiology, atmospheric sciences, analytical chemistry, hydro-engineering, water technology, environmental ethics, economics, public health, policy, as well as social sciences, legal disciplines, or any other area connected with water issues.


P. Bhattacharya
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

J. Bundschuh
University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia

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An International Journal of NanoSafety Research

NanoImpactNanoImpact is a multidisciplinary journal that focuses on nanosafety research and areas related to the impacts of manufactured nanomaterials on human and environmental systems and the behavior of nanomaterials in these systems. As such it will publish in the following areas:

  • Human Nanotoxicology - nano-bio interactions and effects on human health;
  • Econanotoxicology - nano-bio interactions and effects on organism and ecosystem health;
  • Exposure - nanomaterial release, fate and behavior in the environment and human/engineered systems;
  • Risk assessment and life-cycle analysis


P. Demokritou
Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

J. Guibin
Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Beijing, China

J.R. Lead
University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA

B. Nowack
EMPA, St. Gallen, Switzerland

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Sustainable Chemistry and Pharmacy

Sustainable Chemistry and PharmacySustainable Chemistry and Pharmacy publishes research that is related to chemistry, pharmacy and sustainability science in a forward oriented manner. It provides a unique forum for the publication of innovative research on the intersection and overlap of chemistry and pharmacy on the one hand and sustainability on the other hand.


K. Kümmerer
Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Lüneburg, Germany

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Environmental Technology & Innovation

Environmental Technology & InnovationThis new journal will focus on a challenge-oriented approach to solutions that will bring together excellent natural sciences, which underpin the development and application of technologies, to understand and deliver a sustainable future. We recognize the need to encourage and disseminate the creation and development of new innovative products, technologies and ideas that improve our environment. Sectors of impact include soil, air, water and food in both rural and urban landscapes.

Co Editors-in-Chief:

R. Naidu
University of Newcastle, Callaghan, New South Wales, Australia

M. J. Rood
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Illinois, USA

K.T. Semple
Lancaster University, Lancaster, England, UK

Y.-G. Zhu
Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Xiamen, China

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Environmental Nanotechnology, Monitoring and Management

Environmental Nanotechnology, Monitoring and ManagementEnvironmental Nanotechnology, Monitoring and Management is a journal devoted to the publication of peer reviewed original research on environmental nanotechnologies, monitoring studies and management for water, soil , waste and human health samples. Critical review articles, short communications and scientific policy briefs are also welcome. The journal will include all environmental matrices except air. Nanomaterials were suggested as efficient cost-effective and environmental friendly alternative to existing treatment materials, from the standpoints of both resource conservation and environmental remediation.


P.R. Gardinali
Florida International University, Miami, Florida, USA

P. Verlicchi
Università di Ferrara, Ferrara, Italy

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