Journal of Environmental
Issue 5, 2005
Prof. Barry Adams
Friedman, Nobel Laureate
Karle, Nobel Laureate
Perl, Nobel Laureate
Maathai, Nobel Laureate
Rotblat, Nobel Laureate
Environmental Peace is a multidisciplinary peer reviewed web
journal that focuses on peace and inter-relationships with natural and
human environments. It welcomes concise works from all disciplines to
foster environmental global peace, including:
- Review works of special or
- Short communications in
relation to published materials
- Brief research notes
- Reports on original research
- Letters to the Editor
The total length of the manuscript should be approximately ten
double-spaced pages, plus illustrations. All illustrations should be
referred to in the text. Longer papers should be designed for division
into successive issues of the journal.
In-text citations should include the first author and year of publication
placed in parentheses. For more than one work by the same author in a
given year, use the letters a, b, c etc. after the year. The Literature
Cited should be listed at the end of the text alphabetically by author and
chronologically for a given author. The bibliographic reference should
have the following format:
Albert, A.B. 2000. Title. Journal 30(2): 100-150.
Articles in Books:
Albert, A.B., Bowman, B.B. & Clark, D.L. 2000. Article Title. In:
Dawson, E.F. (ed.), Book Title, 3rd ed. Publisher, City. 100-150.
Albert, A.B. & Clark, D.L. 2000. Book Title. Publisher, City. 100-150.
Instructions for Authors
Authors are required to submit the following to:
Environmental Peace, Ramsay Wright Bldg., 25 Harbord Street, Suite 505,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 3G5
- A covering letter. The authors may also suggest a list of names of
those whom should or should not referee their work, with the
understanding that the Editorial Board of Environmental Peace
is not bound by such recommendations.
- The title page. The title page should contain all authors'
affiliations, full contact information for the corresponding author,
keywords, and an abstract less than 300 words.
- The manuscript. The manuscript and above information may be
submitted for initial review by facsimile; however, the original
manuscript (including any images) must be mailed in triplicate hard
copy and on 3 1/2 inch diskette (Microsoft Word format) to the above
- Authorizing letter(s) for copyrights (please see below)
- Written consent from all sources with rights to the work is
required. This consent should also explicitly authorize information
centres and libraries to perform photocopying, printing and other
- Each author from a university, research institute, or governmental
body having rights of the submitted work will give written consent.
- Any corporation having rights in the work may appoint an authorized
officer to give written consent.
No publication is possible without appropriate written consent.
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