Environmental Science: Advances is a truly interdisciplinary journal

In order to solve the climate crisis and advance the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), researchers from many different scientific disciplines need to work together and this is reflected in the wide scope of Environmental Science: Advances. Our journal proudly encourages new and exciting partnerships that span subject areas while solving environmental problems.

Environmental Science: Advances complements the Royal Society of Chemistry’s existing Environmental Science journals (Environmental Science: Atmospheres, Environmental Science: Nano, Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts and Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology) which are well-respected in the community for their commitment to quality and impactful science. Our journal maintains these high standards while also providing a home for broader environmental science work.


The scope of Environmental Science: Advances spans the chemical, physical, biological and information sciences while also welcoming work from topics that include engineering, ecology, meteorology, oceanography, land management, soil science, water research, geology, atmospheric science, microbiology, geoscience, deforestation, and agrisciences… We could go on! Interesting and impactful research from any discipline that will contribute to the understanding of the environment and sustainability would fit perfectly in Environmental Science: Advances.

How to publish your next work with us

If you are interested in publishing with us, get in touch with us at energyadvances-RSC@RSC.org with a proposed title and abstract so that we can discuss the next steps or submit to our journal directly.

Environmental Science: Advances is a gold open access journal with all article processing charges waived until mid-2024 so all our articles are currently free-to-publish and free-to-read. We hope you’ll enjoy reading and being part of our truly interdisciplinary journal!

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