Launched in December 2017, the Namibian Journal of Environment is a peer-reviewed, free, open access scientific journal published by the Environmental Information Service, Namibia, for the Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism, the Namibian Chamber of Environment and the Namibia University of Science and Technology.
The NJE accepts papers containing information about any aspect of the environment in Namibia. This includes areas of ecology, agriculture, social sciences, economics, policy and law, water and energy, climate change, planning, land use, pollution, strategic and environmental assessment and related fields. It publishes primary research findings, syntheses and reviews, applied and theoretical research, field observations and the testing of hypotheses, new ideas and the exchange of opinions, and book reviews.
The NJE publishes four categories of articles:
- Section A. Peer-reviewed full-length formal research articles in basic and applied research.
- Section B. Peer-reviewed shorter and less formal research reports, including short notes and field observations.
- Section C. Open articles not based on formal research results but nevertheless pertinent to Namibian environmental science.
- Section D. Peer-reviewed monographic contributions and comprehensive subject treatments, including conference proceedings.
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