About the Journal

The Journal of Ecosystem Science and Eco-Governance (JESEG) is an international peer-reviewed journal focusing on various aspects of ecosystem science and eco-governance. The key areas covered by the journal include biodiversity, environmental science, ecology, conservation biology, and ecosystem services. The overarching goal is to explore the intricate relationships within ecosystems and their impact on the overall quality of life.
The JESEG is published semi-annually, with issues released in June and December and has NO Article Processing Charge (APC). This regular publication schedule ensures a steady flow of new research and information to the scientific community and policymakers. The availability of both online and print versions enhances accessibility, reaching a diverse audience of researchers, practitioners, and decision-makers in the field. It is currently indexed in the Andrew Gonzales Philippine Citation Index (AGPCI)
The JESEG provides a comprehensive coverage of the diverse aspects of ecosystem science and eco-governance, fostering a multidisciplinary approach and contributing valuable insights to the field. JESEG can benefit from a mix of theoretical research, empirical studies, and practical applications to address current environmental issues and support sustainable decision-making. The following categories can be accommodated for peer review and publication:

Ecosystem Dynamics
Biodiversity Conservation
Environmental Science
Ecosystem Services
Land-Use Planning and Management
Eco-Governance and Policy
Landscape Ecology
Human-Nature Interactions
Case Studies and Best Practices
Interdisciplinary Approaches

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Vol. 6 No. 1 (2024): June Issue
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