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Submission Guidelines

  1. Submissions should align with the themes of environment, sustainability, and climate justice.

  2. We encourage a diverse range of topics within these themes, including but not limited to climate change, conservation, renewable energy, policy analysis, and environmental justice.

  3. Articles should be well-researched and based on credible sources

  4. Clear and concise writing is essential. Avoid jargon and aim to make your content accessible to a broad readership.

  5. Visual aids such as images, charts, and infographics are welcome, but ensure they are relevant and properly credited.

  6. Authors should maintain a respectful and balanced tone, acknowledging various perspectives on environmental and sustainability issues.

  7. Submissions should be between 1,200 and 1,500 words. Longer or shorter articles may be considered on a case-by-case basis. Longer pieces may be divided into two posts at the sole discretion of the editorial board.

  8. Co-author (total of two authors) submissions are permitted.

  9. We maintain a strict plagiarism policy. Submissions must be the original work of the author. All submissions will be subjected to plagiarism checks, and any content with more than a 15% similarity index will be automatically disapproved.

  10. The editorial board of GCESCJ will evaluate all submissions on the following criteria:-

  • depth of research and analysis

  • novelty of arguments

  • nature of the topic - the editorial board prefers contemporary topics within the domain of the focus area of the blog

The blogs will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Please allow a minimum of 2 weeks for us to process your submission and respond with feedback or a decision. You will be informed of the status of your submission as soon as our review process is complete.



Submission Process

Submissions should be sent to in an editable Word document. Please use a clear and concise subject line, such as "Blog Submission - [Your Article Title]."

Authors are encouraged to reach out to us via the same email address for any queries or clarifications. The editorial board will be happy to discuss topics prior to submissions.



Copyright Policy

By making a submission to GCESCJ, the author(s) agrees to grant non-exclusive, royalty free rights to GCESCJ to publish and promote their content on the platform. Due authorship credit shall be given to the author.

We look forward to receiving your insightful and engaging contributions that will help advance the discourse on environmental, sustainability, and climate justice issues. Happy researching!

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