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The Journal of Population and Sustainability
The Journal of Population and Sustainability (JP&S) is an Open Access interdisciplinary journal published by The White Horse Press, exploring all aspects of the relationship between human numbers and environmental issues. The journal publishes both peer reviewed and invited material. It is intended that the JP&S act as an interdisciplinary hub facilitating collaboration and furthering the development of the field. The JP&S is editorially independent and welcomes contributions from scholars with a variety of perspectives on the role of population in environmental problems. The views and opinions expressed by authors are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the editor, the editorial board or publisher.
We invite contributions from the social sciences, humanities, environmental and natural sciences including those concerned with family planning and reproductive health. We also invite contributions from those working for NGOs with interests in population and environmental issues. We are interested in publishing original research papers, reviews of already published research, commentary, opinion pieces, book reviews and praxis articles outlining practical interventions in the field.
We do not charge submission fees. All articles published by JP&S are made immediately available worldwide on this website under a Creative Commons CC BY Attribution Licence which grants authors the most extensive rights. Since this is an Open Access journal, all content is freely available without charge to any user or institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author.
COVID-19 Statement, March 2020.
So far our printers, distributors, and online platform are working normally and we hope to keep to our normal publishing timetable. We appreciate that the current extraordinary circumstances are likely to be causing significant extra pressures for our community of authors, peer reviewers and editors. Please be assured that we can be flexible with normal deadlines as long as we are given good notice. We also ask your patience if normal publishing processes (for example peer review times for submitted articles) are delayed. We have always valued personal relationships over blanket policies, so if you have any concerns about the impact of the current situation on your work with The White Horse Press, please contact Sarah: firstname.lastname@example.org.