Call for Papers: Special Issue on Nano-bioremediation Approaches for Sustainable Agriculture (NBASA)

Guest Editors:

Dr. Vishnu D. Rajput (Leading GE)
Academy of Biology and Biotechnology, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

Prof. Dr. Tatiana Minkina
Academy of Biology and Biotechnology, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

Scope of the Special Issue

The environmental pollution mediated by a variety of organic, inorganic, persistent, and non-persistent pollutants has a substantial impact on agriculture. To resolve this global concern, nanotechnological advances could provide significant potential for decontamination of polluted sites for sustainable agriculture. The critical appraisal on the integration of nanotechnology with bioremediation can be used for a variety of reasons, including the fact that nanoparticles have a large surface area per unit mass, which accelerates the remediation process to minimize pollutant concentrations to risk-based thresholds while also decreasing secondary environmental impacts. The prestigious journal “Environmental Science and Pollution Research” (ESPR) serves the international community in all areas of environmental research, especially on microbial bioremediation, phytoremediation and ecosystem restoration aspects.

This special issue could be interesting for wide range of “ESPR” international scientific community and will improve the scientific gaps of nanotechnology-based remediation to make it less hazardous and reusable. In a nutshell, the special issues editors believe that the final outcomes distinctively will provide perspective on nanobioremediation, as well as detailed gaps and unforeseen issues.

This special issue will be combined with original research and critical reviews related to environmental protection, resource conservation, soil remediation, sustainable agriculture, climate change mitigation and carbon emission reduction through nanotechnological approaches.

All full papers must be submitted through the Editorial Manager system ( When submitting your manuscripts, please specify that your paper is a contribution for the Special Issue entitled “Nano-bioremediation Approaches for Sustainable Agriculture”, and select the article type “SI: NBASA”. Please also refer to the Submission Guidelines (via prior to submission for the proper format of your manuscripts.

Open for submissions until January 31, 2022