SCELG and environmental journals
Prof Elisa Morgera appointed to Associate Editor role in two leading environmental journals
Sept 2020 – Prof Elisa Morgera, member of the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance, has been invited to serve as Associate Editor of Environmental Policy and Law by UCL Open: Environment – a new inter- and multi-disciplinary open science journal, that aims to publish radical and critical thinking on all aspects of environment-related research – from life and earth sciences, as well as medical, physical, engineering, social sciences, etc. It operates dually as an open access e-journal (where editorially accepted articles are officially published) and as a dedicated preprint server (where open peer review firstly takes place). The Advisory board of UCL Open: Environment includes Prof David Freestone, who is one of the Advisors of the One Ocean Hub.
In addition, Prof Morgera has been invited to serve as Associate Editor for Environmental Policy and Law, a long-standing international, interdisciplinary journal that facilitates an understanding of environmental policy and law issues drawing upon and contributing to the environmental social sciences, health, natural, and computer sciences. The aim of the journal is to promote communication among academia, government, business and industry, and non-governmental organizations. It is widely read by international negotiators on environment, ocean and sustainability issues.
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The wider SCELG community’s engagement with environmental journals
SCELG members are actively engaged with multiple journals, with Francesco Sindico, SCELG Co-Director, sitting on the Editorial Board of Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law (together with Elisa Morgera) and of Carbon and Climate Law Review. Other SCELG staff members involved with journals include Michael Mehling who is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Carbon and Climate Law Review and member of the editorial board of Energy & Environment; Malcolm Combe who sits on the Editorial Board of the Juridical Review: the law journal of the Scottish universities.