About Biodiversity Watch
International Journal on Biodiversity Watch is a peer reviewed journal developed to publish original, innovative, empirical and investigative research articles related to issues on Forest Law Enforcement, carrying capacity studies, research on ecosystem services, conservation and management of mangroves, maintenance of genetic diversity, conservation and management of wetland ecosystem, environmental and ecological issues relating to natural resource management, wild life conservation, climate change, mining and biodiversity conservation, execution of Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives, forest governance policy, programs and related issues.
This peer- reviewed scientific journal has been quarterly brought out by VRM Foundation International, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India.
The Journal publishes investigative and empirical papers covering research findings across the sectors of forest governance, biodiversity conservation, issues relating to climate change, community based conservation, traditional medicine and medicinal plants conservation.
All theoretical and methodological perspectives are welcomed.
The Editorial Board of the journal also encourage the submission of, original manuscript translations, short papers/communications presenting various research based articles related to Biodiversity Conservation across different regions of India and world.
Aim and Scope
The main aim of the journal is to publish significant research findings focusing on Biodiversity Conservation and Forest Governance issues.
This journal aims at publishing investigative research articles covering policies, programs of Biodiversity Conservation, Challenges & threats to forest governance, conservation of medicinal plants and mainstreaming traditional knowledge into protection of biodiversity, community based conservation approach and so on.
Subjects covered in the journal more
The themes of the submitted article should be on forest governance, policy and programs on Biodiversity Conservation, conservation of medicinal plants and mainstreaming traditional knowledge into protection of biodiversity. Original research articles are invited on specific thematic area of forest governance and biodiversity conservation. The spectrum is very broad. It covers a wide range of issues relating to research on Biodiversity Conservation and forest governance.