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Crowdfunding for «Éducation relative à l’environnement» journal

Every month, several thousand people visit the «Éducation relative à l’environnement» journal website. These include researchers, students, community members and committed citizens, who keep abreast of the latest research and reflective practices in the field of environmental education. The magazine is free access, free of advertising and totally independent. It is free from any commercial or political influence. Its only current support is a grant from the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et Culture.

We are convinced that the degradation of our environments is one of the major challenges of this century. Environmental education plays a major role, by raising awareness of our relationship with the world and the spaces around us. Their integrity must be preserved. It is the driving force behind awareness and change on an individual, collective and even political scale.

To ensure the continued existence of the journal Éducation relative à l’environnement and the dissemination of French-language research in this fast-developing field, we need your help. Despite 25 years of recognition for its quality, the magazine is going through a difficult period and is in danger of disappearing.

Due to the many demands of today’s online scientific publishing world, editing work has taken on greater scope and requires greater commitment.

If ever there was a time to support this publication, it’s now.

Every contribution, large or small, secures its future. Even with just $10 Canadian, you can help ensure the continued production and distribution of Éducation relative à l’environnement Journal. It only takes a minute.

support the journal: https://fondation.uqam.ca/uqam-1/vos-idees-pour-luqam/education-relative-a-lenvironnement-revue-315

Possibility of collaboration with Canadian environmental education journal

Each year, the journal “Éducation relative à l’environnement : Regards – Recherches – Réflexions” publishes an issue outside the theme, under the responsibility of the Center for Research in Education and Training relating to the Environment and Eco-Citizenship (UQAM). This issue of the journal will be entirely made up of texts submitted spontaneously to the journal. Articles received before June 1, 2020 will be posted on the journal’s website for the month of January 2021. Be sure to visit the publication guidelines before submitting your proposal.

The journal “Éducation relative à l’environnement : Regards – Recherches – Réflexions” updates its list of potential French-speaking experts. Peer evaluation (revision work) corresponds to a process of selecting the manuscripts to be published in the journal and accompanying the authors to improve their text. This evaluation task is unpaid. However, it offers the opportunity to take a critical look at research articles in its field. In addition, each assessor receives an official certificate of their contribution to the review. Also, the names, first names and home institutions of all the evaluators are presented on the journal’s website, in the “Production credits” section of the issue concerned. If this prospect of collaboration interests you, do not hesitate to send us the following information: name, surname, home institution and function, Email address, fields of intervention, activities and areas of expertise, reference of your latest publications – with internet link if applicable. If your application is successful, you will receive an email confirming that you are included in the list of potential evaluating experts.

Online Resource Center
The Espace Ressources site is linked to the Center for Research in Education and Training relating to the Environment and Eco-Citizenship (University of Quebec in Montreal). One of its missions is to meet the needs of documentary resources. You will find tools for continuing research training, productions aimed at stimulating, supporting and disseminating research activities, as well as elements to fuel educational reflection. Access here.

An invitation to disseminate your research

The journal Education for the Environment: Regards – Recherches – Réflexions will host the proposals for articles from a paper presented at the World Environmental Education Congress. Recognized as a reference journal by the High Council for the Evaluation of Research and Higher Education (HCERE) in France, it is supported by the Center for Research in Education and Training related to environment and eco-citizenship (Centr’ERE of the University of Quebec in Montreal). It is also supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) and the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Society and Culture (FRQSC).

To submit your article proposal, you need to send the following information in a Word document:

A significant title (maximum of 15 words);
A summary of your article (maximum 250 words) accompanied by three main bibliographical references;
Your name and the name of your institution, research unit or home organization.

The management committee will be aware of the information provided and will ensure that your proposal is consistent with the guidelines of the journal. A notice will be sent to you within three weeks. If you receive a favorable opinion, you will be asked to write your article according to the publication guidelines. Your article will then be evaluated anonymously by three people.
The articles will be posted online in autumn 2020 on the journal’s website

For more information or to submit an article proposal: revue.ere@uqam.ca


La revue Éducation relative à l’environnement : Regards – Recherches – Réflexions accueillera les propositions d’article issues d’une communication présentée dans le cadre du Congrès mondial en éducation relative à l’environnement. Reconnue comme une revue référente par le Haut conseil de l’évaluation de la recherche et de l’enseignement supérieur (HCERE) en France, elle est soutenue par le Centre de recherche en éducation et formation relatives à l’environnement et à l’écocitoyenneté (Centr’ERE de l’Université du Québec à Montréal). Elle a également l’appui du Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada (CRSH) et du Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et Culture  (FRQSC).
Pour soumettre votre proposition d’article, il s’agit de nous acheminer les informations suivantes, dans un document Word :

Un titre significatif (maximum de 15 mots);
Un résumé de votre article (maximum 250 mots) accompagné de trois principales références bibliographiques;
Votre nom et le nom votre institution, unité de recherche ou organisation d’attache.

Le comité de direction prendra alors connaissance des informations transmises et s’assurera ainsi que votre proposition cadre avec les lignes directrices de la revue. Un avis vous sera envoyé dans les trois semaines suivantes. Si vous recevez un avis favorable, vous serez invité à rédiger votre article en respectant les directives de publication. Votre article sera alors évalué de façon anonyme par trois personnes.

Les articles reçus seront mis en ligne à l’automne 2020 sur le site de la revue

Pour plus d’information ou pour soumettre une proposition d’article: revue.ere@uqam.ca

The new issue of the Journal of EE is now online

Now is online the Issue 14 of the journal Environmental Education: Regards – Research – Reflections. It has finally been added to the OpenEdition Journals Portal | Revues.org. This issue is dedicated to art and environmental education.
Now It is available the issue 14-1 here. In the next weeks also the volume 14-2 will be accessible.

Future of Food Journal, call for papers

Future of Food: Journal for Food, Agriculture and Society is proud to announce the Volume 5. Number 2 (Autumn 2017) of the journal on the theme of  “Food security with equity through social and technological innovations“.  This journal is an open-access journal.
The individual paper can be accessed at this link (Please click the cover page).
The journal is now calling for research papers, reports and book reviews for Volume,6 Number 1 of the journal (Spring 2018), which will focus on the theme of “Healthy ecosystems for/from sustainable agriculture.” Research papers are accepted until the 15th of February, 2018.

Please contact managing  editors for further information.
The journal is indexed by the several institutes including SCOPUS and Emerging Sources Citation Index® – Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics, formerly Thomson Reuters’ IP & Science branch), & United Nations Water.

Call for papers: Journal of Business, Peace and Sustainable Development


Contributions are also invited for BPSD’s Peace Dialogues section. This is the non-peer-reviewed section of BPSD, designed for publishing short essays and thought pieces on the role of business in enhancing peace and sustainable development. In addition to the main section of BPSD, in which academic papers and empirical articles are published, essays in the PD section focus on the practice of  business and peace (e.g. tools, examples or case studies) philosophical essay (e.g. new ideas and approaches), as well as on analyses of the role of businesses in contemporary conflicts and current affairs. 

centr’ERE -espace RESSOURCES. Directory of journals on EE and ESD


uqam centrere

Espace Recherche provides a variety of theoretical and methodological resources in education related to the Environment and Eco-citizenship.

The directory offers access to a list of core journals in several languages (French, English, Spanish and Portuguese) in Education Related to the Environment (ERE) and Education for Sustainable Development (

ESD). You will find training tools and useful material to support and disseminate research activities and educational thinking.

Here some reviews and articles reviewed by Lucie Sauvée, Director of Centr’ERE, Prof. at the faculty of  “Sciences of Education” at UQAM – University of  Québec in Montréal.

Special Issue of the JEE: The Politics of Policy in Education for Sustainable Development

Stefan Bengtsson, including a Rejoinder to:

Heila Lotz-Sisitika

Tom Berryman/Lucy Sauve

Edgar Gonzalez-Gaudiano

Bob Jickling

Helen Kopnina

Kelly Teamey/Udi Mandel

With the transition now well underway from the United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (DESD, 2006-2015), this SI provides a timely response and critical insights into the continuing challenges confronting local, translocal, international, and global education for ecologically sustainable development activities relevant to policy, curriculum, NGOs, and pedagogy.

The Journal of Environmental Education, Volume 47, Issue 2, April 2, 2016 is available online on Taylor & Francis Online.

The Conclusion is free for download here What next? Post-critical materialisms in environmental education – Phillip G. Payne Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


Sustainability: call for papers

The length must normally be between 30,000 and 45,000 characters and the articles must be written according to the APA regulations.The articles undergo an anonymous peer review.

To send articles or request information: culture@educazionesostenibile.it.

Recent volumes

  • N. 8/2011 and 9/2012: An Overview of Research in Italy

Number 8 (second semester 2011) and n. 9 (first half of 2012) are monographs dedicated to the work of the Eighth National Congress of Italian Environmental Sociologists, held in September 2011.
The two monographic issues, edited by Enrico Maria Tacchi and Mario Salomone, contain 48 articles for a total of 668 pages and provide a comprehensive and interdisciplinary overview of the most topical issues and of Italian research (not only in the field of environmental sociology) on the green economy, social representations of environmental risks, building a new “human ecology” and a “green society”.

Table of Contents and conditions for subscribing (or also purchasing individual articles) can be found on the website www.educazionesostenibile.it.



World Watch Magazine

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Frequency: Bi-monthly

Language: English

Mission:World Watch magazine offers concise, cutting-edge analysis from a holistic perspective. This award-winning bi-monthly periodical connects the dots between our natural world and the people who inhabit it.