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The Editors at Communications Psychology, Communications Medicine, and Communications Earth and Environment invite submissions of public health, medical, environmental, and psychological research that shed light on the predictors, mechanisms, and knock-on effects of the interaction between climate change and mental health.
In this Collection, we bring together recent work, and invite further contributions, on the nature and characteristics of the Martian surface, the processes at play, and the environmental conditions both in the present-day and in the distant past.
In this Collection, we present articles that explore how climate change and land use are affecting peatlands and wetlands, their extent and their biogeochemical cycles. We welcome submissions of complementary studies and opinion pieces that can help broaden the discussion and further our understanding of peatlands and wetlands and their role in the global carbon cycle.
This joint collection from Communications Engineering, Communications Earth and Environment and Scientific Reports aims to offer insights into the environmental impacts of aviation, along with technological design, operational and infrastructure solutions to mitigate aviation’s future environmental footprint.
In this Collection, we present a selection of papers that delve into both natural and human-induced disturbances in Amazonia and aim to address the environmental challenges facing this vital ecosystem through a multidisciplinary approach.
In this Collection, we present articles that explore emerging threats to health and wellbeing posed by the environment, health benefits the environment can provide, and policies that can help improve air, water and soil quality, limit pollution and mitigate against extreme events.
In this Collection we present articles that explore the causes, characteristics and impacts of marine heatwaves. We are pleased to invite submissions of complementary studies and opinion pieces, to broaden the discussion.
The year 2023 marks the mid-point of the 15-year period envisaged to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, targets for global development adopted in September 2015 by all United Nations Member States.