Current Environmental Management is a peer-reviewed journal that focuses on all areas of environmental sustainability, disaster risk reduction and management, decision and policy making. It covers the applications of environmental management approaches on waste water management and control, water, air and soil pollution, human habitation, water disposal, recycling, radiation protection, industrial hygiene, environmental law and policies, public health, and environmental sustainability. The journal publishes original research, review articles, and guest edited thematic issues. The journal aims to bring key stakeholders in managing the environment and disasters from academia, government, and industry to share their knowledge and views on how to build a resilient society through publishing of high quality research that will have both decision making and policy implications. It aims to publish articles that deal with both natural and man-made disasters that ultimately affect the environment and our quality of life. The journal is, therefore, policy-oriented.
The journal scope includes, though it is not limited to, the following topics:
Disaster Risk Reduction and Management
Silent and Relief Networks
Climate Change Adaptation
Disaster relief and supply chain management
Predictions of disasters
Environmental management models
Poverty and gender issues in sustainable development
Environmental impact assessments
Waste water management
Air pollution control
Water pollution and air pollution from automobile exhausts and industrial sources
Environmental engineering law
Mass and Energy transfer
The journal is of particular interest for professionals, academics, researchers and policy makers, working in the fields of Environmental Management, Environmental Sustainability Management, and Disaster Risk Reduction and Management.