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Environmental Sciences Europe

Environmental Sciences Europe

Editor-in-Chief: Henner Hollert

ISSN: 2190-4715 (electronic version)

Journal no. 12302

Associated with the VGöD, GDCh, SETAC GLB, the SAC and The NORMAN network 

VGöD - Association for Geoecology in Germany

The Association for Geoecology in Germany (VGöD) is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of geoecology as a modern discipline of environmental sciences.

GDCh - German Chemical Society (Division Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology)

GDCh is the largest chemical society in continental Europe with members from academe, education, industry and other areas. The GDCh supports chemistry in teaching, research and application and promotes the understanding of chemistry in the public.

SETAC Europe - Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry

SETAC EUROPE - German-Language Branch e.V. (SETAC GLB) is a regional branch of SETAC Europe. It provides an open forum in the region of Germany, Austria and Switzerland for scientists and institutions engaged in the study of environmental problems, management and regulation of natural resources, education, research and development, and manufacturing.

SAC - Students Advisory Council

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The SAC is the subgroup in SETAC, which represents the students’ interests within the geographical unit of Europe (at present also Africa).

The NORMAN network

The NORMAN network enhances the exchange of information on emerging environmental substances, and encourages the validation and harmonisation of common measurement methods and monitoring tools so that the requirements of risk assessors and risk managers can be better met.

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    Environmental Sciences Europe (ESEU) is an international journal with a broad thematic scope covering all aspects of environmental sciences, including regulation as the main topic. ESEU has a special focus on the interrelations between environmental sciences and regulation as in recent years there has been misunderstanding and disagreement between stakeholders in these two areas. It is the journal’s aim to improve the comprehension of issues underlying such conflicts and thereby to enable further progress in solving environmental problems.

    ESEU facilitates the exchange of ideas and interaction between the German-speaking (DACH) countries and wider Europe regarding environmental regulatory issues. Although European research is at the centre of ESEU, the journal welcomes contributions from elsewhere, as regulatory issues pertaining to environmental sciences can only be fully understood from a global perspective.
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